|First off, give your House or Estate Manager a call. You know them and they know you. So if you’re feeling worried about anything then please reach out to them.|
|Secondly, why not give your neighbour a shout. They’re going through the same experiences that you are. And they might just have some useful advice about how they’re coping with the situation.|
|Independent Age offers great advice on remaining independent. So, you may want to hear what they have to say by simply calling 0800 319 6789.|
|The Silver Line is a great option if you feel like you need a chat. They are a free, confidential helpline providing information, friendship and advice 24hrs a day, every day of the year. You can call them anytime on 0800 4 70 80 90.|
|If you need more advice, then you might want to try AgeUK. Have a look at their website|
|If you’re looking for a little more detailed information, Citizens Advice is the perfect place to receive the advice you might be looking for. So, try them on 03444 111 444.|
|Gransnet.com is another great place for tips and suggestions or just a chat with likeminded people. So, visit them online for the perfect opportunity to take your mind off things.|
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