Event to help people live safe and well in their home

What’s On: Live Safely and Well at Home event
Where: Gatehouse Theatre, Stafford
When: 10am – 2pm, 26 August, 2015.

A countywide Home Improvement Agency is hosting an event to showcase the many advice and support services available to older people who would like to remain independent and living at home.
Revival Home Improvement Agency, part of the Staffordshire Housing Group, is coordinating the Live Safely and Well at Home event.
Sponsored by Nationwide, it will take place on 26 August, 2015 (10am – 2pm) at the Gatehouse Theatre, Stafford.
Revival will be offering the range of services they have available including the low cost handyman service and the improvements, repairs and adaptations service.
Many other organisations will also be in attendance including; Staffordshire Fire and Rescue, Stafford Rural Homes Telecare, South Staffs Carers Association, Beat the Cold and One Recovery.
Organiser Susanne Turner, Revival Home Improvement Agency Senior Case Worker said: “The event will hopefully be a great opportunity for members of the public to become familiar with the services that are available to them in their area that could prevent them going into hospital or moving into a residential home”
She added: “We are really looking forward to the event and hope that we will reach as many people as possible. Pop in for an informal chat and a cuppa!”
Then event is free to attend and includes complimentary refreshments.
For media enquiries contact Sarah Pye on 01782 743883.

Notes to Editors:

Based in Stoke on Trent with homes and services throughout Staffordshire and East Cheshire, the group is dedicated to creating opportunities and changing lives by providing high quality homes and services to a diverse range of people.
Parent company Staffordshire Housing Association owns and manages around 3,000 homes for rent and sale, and also delivers regeneration and housing development.
Revival, the group’s home improvement agency, works with older and vulnerable people to maintain their properties, help them return home from hospital, adapt their homes to suit their health needs and maintain their independence.
Registered Charity Arch works with some of the most vulnerable people in society, providing support services for people experiencing domestic violence, poor mental wellbeing, substance misuse or homelessness.