Everyday living

Information about keeping yourself well during everyday life.

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Details of how to contact our Homelessness Team and how they can help you if you are homeless or face becoming homeless can be found on our Housing Options and Homelessness page.

Independent Living

Broxtowe’s Independent Living Service is all about making life easier. It provides you with the support you need to live as independently as you can.

Moving in to one of our quality apartments gives you peace of mind with support on hand when you need it, a packed programme of social activities and feeling of being safe and secure, without the burden of having to maintain a larger property on your own.

Find out more on our Independent Living page.


Lifeline provides round the clock support through a unit which plugs into your telephone socket. It also includes a discreet alarm which you can wear either as a pendant or wristband. The Lifeline unit is linked to an accredited Control Centre who you can contact 24 hours a day, 7 days a week if you need assistance by simply pushing the button on the unit or your pendant.

For more information, visit our Lifeline page.

Domestic abuse

Organisations who can help you if you or someone you know if affected by domestic abuse can be found on our Domestic Abuse page. 


Ageing increases your chance of having a fall. As you get older your bones may become more fragile and break easier if you have a fall. There is a range of support available across Nottinghamshire to help you prevent falls and stay healthy.

www.nottinghamshire.gov.uk/care/health-and-wellbeing/falls-fractures (Opens in a new window)

Keeping warm

Information about keeping your home warm and grants available to help you with the cost can be found on our Warm Homes page.


Find out more about our work to support people with Dementia and places you can go for help on our Dementia page.

Notts Help Yourself

Notts Help Yourself is an online directly of activities, groups, events, childcare providers, support and health and social care information in the local area.

www.nottshelpyourself.org.uk/ (Opens in a new window)