Supporting Wellbeing

Older people who are frail or have complex medical needs have a very high risk of being socially isolated. Health and mobility problems mean that getting out to do the things you enjoy becomes increasingly difficult, and extra support can help.

The Supporting Wellbeing projects connect with professionals such as GPs, memory support teams, community matrons and more, to reach people who are in need of that extra level of support.

All projects will take a person-centred approach, seeing an individual as just that--an individual, not a collection of illnesses or impairments. The process starts with a home visit to get to know the person. They will work with the individual to find out their goals and a reasonable path toward those goals.

The service will not be time-limited, as it is understood that people who are frail may require long-term engagement to be able to participate confidently in activities.

Each partner will cover a different area of Leeds. If you or someone you know would like to get involved, please contact Lee or Shabana at AgeUK Leeds and they will direct you to the right partner.

AgeUK Leeds - Citywide
0113 389 3000
Lee Potter: [email protected]
Shabana Akthar: [email protected]

Cross Gates and District Good Neighbours' Scheme CIO - South and East
0113 260 6565
Jo Horsfall: [email protected]

Health for All - South (with a focus on BME communities)
0113 271 7231
Yasmin Khan: [email protected]

OPAL, in Partnership with MAECare - Leeds North
0113 261 9103
Bev Fletcher: [email protected]

Bramley Elderly Action - Leeds West
0113 236 1644
Julie Botham: [email protected]

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