Getting out and about, socialising and visiting places of interest all contribute to healthy ageing. In Hampshire, community transport schemes and special measures at attractions ensure that life’s pleasures continue to be accessible for the elderly.
Lunch clubs are friendly places for older residents to get together and chat over a hot and healthy meal. Their provision across Hampshire and the Isle of Wight helps the elderly to remain independent and reduces isolation.
Wish you had four hands, double the amount of time and the ability to be in two places at once – just to be able to help your elderly relatives with the simple jobs? Wish no more as with Good Life Sorted you can get a Helper to help with everything from companionship, meal preparation and medication reminders to light cleaning and laundry, shopping, transport and more.
The ability of getting from A to B mean daily tasks such as shopping, visiting friends and attending appointments can be carried out independently. Community transport schemes provide a more direct service than public transport and sometimes include companionship. Accessibility and disabled friendly measures are included across such schemes and at Hampshire’s regional airport: Southampton.