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Older Persons Services

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At Gosport we offer a flexible service for older people. Not only do we provide Sheltered Housing for residents wanting to remain independent, but we also offer the Gosport Community Alarm Service.

 

The Older Persons Services Team manage the sheltered schemes and are based either at the Council's offices or on-site at the schemes.

 

To contact the team, please phone either 023 9254 5453 or 023 9254 5254 or email:

 

Sheltered Housing: sheltered-housing@gosport.gov.uk

Gosport Community Alarm Service: communityalarms@gosport.gov.uk

 

For information on what services are available for Older People in the Borough, please view the 60+ Leaflet.


For information on what housing options there are for older people other than properties managed by Gosport Borough Council please view the Housing Options for Older People leaflet.


 

For information on all aspects of care and support (including directories of care homes, home care agencies and local support and activities) please visit the Connect to Support Hampshire website. www.connecttosupporthampshire.org.uk

 

 

What Sheltered Housing is available?

For full details on each scheme, please click on the links below:

 

Alec Rose House

 

Behrendt House

 

Fortune House

 

Gloucester House

 

Woodlands House

 

For full details about what you can expect from sheltered housing please click here to view the leaflet.


For more information about Housing for Older People:

 

The Elderly Accommodation Counsel (EAC) is a national charity dedicated to helping older people make informed choices about meeting their Housing and care needs.


The website www.housingcare.org offers information about maintaining, adapting or improving your home; finding care or home help services; moving to retirement, sheltered or extra care housing, or to a care home; plus advice on paying for any of these. It is an independent service deliverd by non-profit organisations, led by EAC.




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