If you are worried about moving around and using your home safely, or using the equipment in your home, contact Disabled Living for advice.
Disabled Living occupational therapists can assess you if you want more detailed advice.
Living made easy offers information to help you use all areas of your home safely.
Use the askSara self-assessment to find out what equipment might help.
If you have trouble getting in and out of bed, solutions such as bed grab rails or a raised bed can help.
Living made easy has lots of information to help you get in and out of bed and to have a comfortable night's sleep.
A good night's sleep is important for your wellbeing. Ask for help if you regularly have disturbed sleep.
If you need light bulbs or handrails fitting, contact Helping Hands Salford, who will do this sort of handyperson work at very little cost. If you rent from a social landlord, they should do this work for you.
Helping Hands can also help with jobs outside your home, to help you get in and out of your home safely - clearing paths, fitting rails to outside steps etc.
If you are finding it difficult to get in and out of your chairs, here are some tips:
Sofas can be especially difficult - try putting a solid board under the cushions, sit on one side so that you have an armrest to help you or think about a sit to stand frame.
If you rent your home, ask your landlord to help with these jobs. If you own your home, you can get in touch with Helping Hands Salford.
If you want more advice or you feel that you need more support, contact Adult Social Care, which may be able to assess your situation and discuss the type of support you need.
Adult Social Care is now provided by Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust