Benefits - make sure you get all the benefits you are entitled to
Council tax - check if you are entitled to any discounts
Paying for care - what you might have to pay for care
Welfare benefit reform - changes to welfare benefits
Caring for someone - help for those in a caring role including a temporary respite care.
Extra care housing - an alternative to residential care helping older people to live as independently as possible
Mental Capacity Act - new legislation to improve the lives of those who unable to make decisions for themselves, their families and their carers
Residential care - information on the options available to you
Social care - care and support for people of all ages
Culture and learning
Adult learning - take up a new hobby or learn a new skill. Courses for all ages and abilities
Country parks - open every day, hundreds of acres of woodland to explore
County museum - showcases the county's rich heritage alongside a changing programme of exhibitions
Family history - resources to help you discover your family tree
Libraries - open to all and attract people of all ages to borrow books, CDs and DVDs. Services include mobile libraries and a home library service.
Local history - archives and research materials to help you discover the history of the area
Other useful sites
GOV.UK - brings together the widest range of public service information and services online.
Age Concern - the UK's largest charity working with and for older people
Help the Aged - an international charity fighting to free disadvantaged older people from poverty, isolation and neglect.
Bucks Connect - Contact details for care and community organisations, services, groups and activities in your local area.
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