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Supporting older relatives

Support and advice to help support older relatives lead a more independent life.

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Bereavement is a distressing experience. Here you will find useful advice for coping with the loss of a loved one.
Supporting residents to complete everyday tasks.
Connecting you to care and support in Hillingdon.
It is estimated that there are more than 2,500 people currently living with dementia in Hillingdon.
Advice, support, information and available help.
The council's adaptations team deals with mandatory Disabled Facilities Grants (DFGs) for privately owned and rented properties.
The home library service is for people who have difficulty visiting a library.
Helping people to live independently in their own homes, by delivering fresh and frozen meals when they can no longer cook their own.
Find out what Power of Attorney (PoA) means, the benefits and how you can arrange a PoA.
General information and advice for carers.
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