Is in The Madeley Centre – ask a volunteer or staff member for its whereabouts.
For a heart attack, you will need a defib – time is critical – so don’t hesitate!
There’s also one at The Reading Room, Betley:
The AED is the porch in a locked cabinet. The AED and its location is on the WMAS database together with the access code.
Members of the public can gain access 24/7 by ringing 999 and obtaining the access code.
The code is also exhibited inside the Reading Room for regular users of the room and the code will be given to The Swan and the Shop, with a reminder that even if they give the code to anyone they must still ring 999.
A team of Independent Living Officers committed to supporting customers to live independently in the community and make changes which improve their quality of life & well being.
Individuals & families can be supported with the following:
Setting up and / or managing the home
Managing age related difficulties including memory loss
Remaining independent within the home or accessing more suitable accomodation
Managing finances, completing benefit forms and budgeting advice
Taking part in training, education and paid or voluntary employment activities
Improving social networks, reducing loneliness
Increasing self confidence & self esteem
Accessing other specialist services
Meeting cultural & religious needs
Free, confidential & non-judgemental service is available to anyone living in the Borough of Newcastle under Lyme, whether they are an Aspire tenant or not.
Customers are supported through an agreed person centred plan which can be reviewed at any time. The independant living officer and customer work together to reach agreed goals.
How to access the service:
Self – direct from customer
Aspire Housing Teams
Social care & health departments
Citizen’s Advice Bureau
Local GP’s & health care services
Criminal justice services
Any other relevant local agency
If you are interested in the floating support service or require information, phone: 01782-635200
or call into Aspire’s customer contact centre on Merrial Street, Newcastle
or visit: www.aspirehousing.co.uk
We are a small group of local volunteersdedicated to fund raising to help provide items of equipment and services that are not normally provided by the NHS.
The patients and doctors at both Madeley & Baldwins Gate surgeries benefit from our fund raising.
We are always looking for new members – why not come along to a meeting to see if you feel it is something you could get involved with?
For further information, please phone Audrey on 751298
meetings are on the first Wednesday of every OTHER month – 6.30pm in the Surgery
For more details, please phone Mrs Sue Twigg on 750213
For more details, phone Mr A Polwart on 750041
Tuesday’s at 2pm
The Madeley Centre
Leader: Mrs Sheila Lines 750122
Monday 1.30 to 3.30
At The Madeley Centre
Contact Kath Elms: 751132