Who it is for: Older and vulnerable home owners and people with
Ethnic / cultural aspects: We work with all ethnicity groups.
Where it is available:Local service covering: Coventry (West Midlands).
What it costs:Free advice and support about how to repair or adapt the home and advice on how to access funding to carry out the works through grants, charity applications, equity release or customers who wish to self fund.
How to access or apply for it:
People can call the agency direct or a referral is made from one of our partner organisations, the NHS, OT’s and social workers or our sign posting service called Contact and Connect.
What to expect then:
A case worker will arrange a visit, during this visit
clients will receive a full home safety check and advice about repairs and other services available from the agency or sign posted to our partners.
If it is a handy person enquiry an appointment is arranged from the initial enquiry to either complete the work or an inspection is carried out to access the work required
Additional information:We are working in partnership with Coventry University to develop a tool kit to support people who hoard. Funding for the project has been arranged using the Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) scheme and have an occupational therapist graduate working on the project based within the agency.
Details of the project can be found through the web site or by contacting Roland Simmons on email@example.com
he will provide details of the blog and the self help management group available to clients.
Home maintenance, Adaptations - minor, Adaptations - major, Home improvement agencies, Handyperson / Odd jobs, Major repairs
Info last updated:26/11/2012.