Money matters

 

 

Even if you are working or have savings you may be entitled to certain benefits or free services. There are also a range of services to help you make a claim, tackle debts and bills and meet extra costs. You may be able to get free care from social services.

 

If you would like to be guided through the options for this category please use the Step by Step menu situated at the bottom of this screen.

 

 

Information and Guidance

Social prescribing is a service that helps people find out about opportunities in their local community that could help them to improve their health and wellbeing.

 

There are a number of local social prescribing services operating in Surrey which are free to use, although some of the opportunities or support you are signposted to may carry a charge. The service will discuss this with you and help you find opportunities that are affordable for you. There is a huge range of free support options available in communities which the social prescribing service will help you find and access.

 

For further details including how to access your local social prescribing service, please visit the Social Prescribing Information Page

 

 

Your retirement has been planned for years. You know what you want to do and where your income will come from, but have you thought about what would happen if you began to struggle with everyday tasks.

Do you know who you would turn to for help or how you would pay for any care you need?

 

Society of Later Life Advisors. For independent financial advice please contact the Society Of Later Advisers to speak to an adviser in your area

 

Find an Age UK factsheet

 

Up-to-date information on a range of benefits

 

Information on all benefits and state pensions