Equipment and adaptations to a person’s home can help them overcome the impacts of a disability or illness and be as independent and possible.

Here you will find:

Occupational therapy; Daily living equipment; Equipment retailers; Telecare; Community alarms; Wheelchairs; Red Cross loans; Disabled Facilities Grants; Adaptations; Sensory impairment equipment (vision and hearing impairment); Rehabilitation Officers for Vision Impairment; Shopmobility; Commodes; Telephones; Radar keys for disabled toilets.

Useful Information

  • Daily living equipment

    If you or someone you know has a need for simple aids to daily living, such as a commode or bath aids, there are different places to go for help and advice throughout Cumbria: Equipment from Adult Social Care and the NHS You may be…

  • Keep your independence with Telecare

    Telecare is a flexible, telephone based, alarm system which helps people to live independently in their own homes for as long as possible. Telecare is based around a pendant worn around the neck or wrist.  This provides access to a 24-hour monitoring service offering an…