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Find out what help and support is available for adults in Denbighshire.
What to do if you fear an adult is at risk of abuse.
Find out how to get help with everyday tasks so that you can stay in your own home.
Changing and improving my home so that I can live safe and independently.
Talking Points are a way for people to find out what help and support is available in their local area to improve their health and well-being.
If you have problems moving around safely, even with the help of equipment, we may be able to give you some support to help you to continue to live at home.
There are a number of organisations that can help if you or someone you know suffer from domestic abuse.
Support for people whose ability to make decisions is affected by mental health issues.
Information and advice for people who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.
You may have to contribute to the cost of your care.
What is dementia, how to get help and how the Council is working toward becoming dementia friendly.
Find out how these changes support your independence.
The Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards provide legal protection for vulnerable people in hospital or a care home.
There is a falls prevention service in North Wales for anyone over 65 who has had a fall, or is fearful of having a fall.
Telecare is a specific kind of assistive technology which uses sensors and alarms to keep people safe in their homes whilst maintaining their independence.
We commission social care and support services for adults from many different organisations.
Information about the about the Single Point of Access
Support and guidance for people affected by the misuse of alcohol, illegal drugs, or over-the-counter or prescription medications.
Information about the support available for people with sensory loss such as deafness, hard of hearing, blindness, vision impairment or deafblindness.
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