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This section provides a range of local services and well-being information for you to find advice or seek further assistance to support your health.
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The NL Locator provides details on a variety of different activities such as fitness classes, arts and crafts, social groups, etc. You can view activities in your local area for free.
You have indicated that you have fallen within your home and you are worried about this and having more falls. There can be a variety of reasons for why you might have fallen and it is important to consider these to try and reduce further falls from occurring.
You can find out further information about falls on the NHS inform website: www.nhsinform.scot using the search box.
NHS Inform provides online information on ways you can prevent falls. The site includes information on causes of falls, how to deal with anxiety about falling, strength and balance exercises and much more. Please visit: https://www.nhsinform.scot/healthy-living/preventing-falls
If you need reassurance feeling safe around the home, you may want to consider a telecare and community alarm assessment, which can provide help when you need urgent assistance.
Please see this section of Making Life Easier for further help by following the link here.
From your answers you have indicated that noise from your neighbours is regularly disturbing your sleep. The environmental health department of your local authority may be able to offer you some advice.
You have answered that you have let someone into your home and then regretted letting them in, but have not told anyone about this. Individuals can be at risk from both strangers and people they know. These may be relatives, friends, neighbours or paid carers.
Please do not ignore your concerns. If you are approached by an uninvited salesperson/fundraiser on the doorstep, get as much information about them by doing the following:
If there is an ongoing incident, or it has happened today, contact Police Scotland on 101. In an emergency, if fear, threats or duress are involved, call 999. You can also phone Crimestoppers anonymously 24 hours, seven days a week, on 0800 555 111.
Your answers have indicated that you have regretted letting someone into your home, e.g. someone claiming to be from a utility company or a pushy sales person.
If you have not already done so, you may wish to report this person to Trading Standards on 01236 856361 or email TradingStandards@northlan.gov.uk. In order to investigate this, they will need as much specific information as possible.
If you feel at risk of being harmed, or think you know someone who may be at risk, you must tell someone. You can contact your local social work services, health professionals or the police. They will take your concerns seriously and work to make sure everyone is safe. For more information on adult protection in North Lanarkshire, please visit the following website: https://www.northlanarkshire.gov.uk/index.aspx?articleid=15672
All North Lanarkshire residents who do not have English as their first language can take part in English language classes to help them in everyday life. These classes cover reading, writing, speaking and listening. For more information please visit the following link: https://www.northlanarkshire.gov.uk/index.aspx?articleid=25899
As you already have an alarm service, you should make contact with the alarm service if you have any concerns.
You have indicated that you may be hard of hearing. We recommend that you complete a hearing assessment which can be found under the Hearing section on the online self-assessment page.
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