Help at Home Costa Blanca Welfare Service

The main role of Help at Home Costa Blanca is to provide FREE & NIL MEMBERSHIP help to people of all ages and nationalities, to ensure that they can continue to live safely and comfortably in their own homes for as long as possible.

Our Welfare Team cover the areas from Pilar de Horadada to La Marina, Including Torrevieja, Quesada, Rojales, San Luis, La Zenia, Playa Flamenca.

The Team consists of qualified social workers and Registered Manager who have between them many years of health and social care experience.

We are personally and professionally committed to maintaining the highest possible standards of social care assessment and support. We strive to ensure that we assist the main aim of Help at Home Costa Blanca in providing support and guidance to vulnerable members of our community, their Families and to also assist other charities in the local area.

The welfare service will visit you to talk about how any ill health or social problems that be affecting you.  We will offer support advice and guidance to you and your Family members or neighbours which will focus on how we can help you to continue to live safely in your own home and community.

Following assessment of your situation we liaise with our welfare office who will quickly identify volunteers who can offer meaningful and practical help at home, such as befriending, health appointment transport or cleaning.  We will also provide advice to enable you how to safely access more support from other Charities or agencies such as carers, care agencies or Residential Care Homes.

We can also offer advice and guidance to access formal U.K. and Spanish health and social care services. This could include translation support to appointments or guidance on the range of support available from the UK and Spanish governments.

Sensible and clear guidance on understanding and avoiding financial abuse.
Sadly this is much more common than you would expect and very difficult to end once it’s begun.
Usually a matter of trust which is difficult to support people to come to terms with.
Contact the Welfare Service for advice and guidance if you have concerns click on this lick:-Elder abuse
17 Apr, 2019
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