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Are you at risk of falling?

There are ways you can reduce your risk of having a fall, including making simple changes to your home and doing exercises to improve your strength and balance. If you have fallen in the past, making changes to reduce your chances of having a fall can also help you overcome any…

Better apps for your health and wellbeing

Apps present a fantastic opportunity to provide us with valuable health information and advice which can help us improve our health and wellbeing. Our Rochdale has partnered up with the ORCHA platform to offer the best health and wellbeing apps that are rated as the…

Books on Prescription

  Books on Prescription helps you to understand and manage your health and wellbeing using self-help reading. Please see below for the different booklists we have.

Care Homes

There are many different types of care homes, ranging from homes which provide specialist nursing or dementia care to others that provide 24 hour support for people who need assistance with daily living activities.  You can search for care homes near you by clicking on…

Covid-19 Support for BAME Communities

This page provides information for Covid-19 support for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities. You will find a list of services which can help and support you through the pandemic.

Domestic Violence and Abuse - Where to find help

In Rochdale borough, domestic violence and abuse affects thousands of adults and children each year. Here you can find advice, information and services for: Victims of domestic abuse Children and young people who are living with domestic abuse People who are worried someone might be living in…

Financial help if you are disabled

  These benefits are managed and paid by central government. For more information please use the links below that take you to the relevant pages on GOV.UK.

Funding care

Care and support services in England have never been free. Most people have to pay something towards their own care and some will have to pay for all of the costs (external link). Your local authority (council) may cover some or all of the cost of…

GP Enhanced Access service

GP Enhanced Access service provides evening, weekend and bank holiday appointments. While patients may not get to see their own doctor, the GP or nurse they do see, will still have access to the patient’s medical record (subject to their consent).

Have your say on health services (Membership)

One of the guiding principles of being a foundation trust is that we are accountable to local people. To help with this, we invite people from the community to become members of Pennine Care. It’s free and open to anyone over the age of 16…
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