Up to £300 could be available per household to help people keep living safely in their own home.
The money, which is being offered by the Borough Council of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk’s Care & Repair service, is to provide a handyperson service to assist west Norfolk residents with a disability or debilitating health issue, to remain living independently for longer.
Work covered could include fitting grab rails or bannisters, fitting smoke or carbon monoxide alarms, improving lighting, and changing taps and flush handles to make them easier to use. Equipment such as half steps, bath boards or perching stools could also be provided.
Applying for this funding is easy, just contact the Care & Repair team for an informal discussion to see how they can help you or your loved one. Call the Borough Council of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk on 01553 616200 and select option 6.
The landlord’s permission is required for any work carried out to rented accommodation. The funding is not available for work that is considered to be the landlord’s responsibility.
Full details about the scheme are available on the Care & Repair website at careandrepair-wn.org under the OurServices tab.