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AskSara


AskSara is an award-winning online guided advice tool which provides help, advice and information on aspects of your daily living arrangements, health and home environment.


With the warmer weather finally here you may be thinking about getting out in your garden. If you are, AskSara can provide you with help and advice about the equipment available to make day-to-day tasks in the garden easier.


AskSARA has proved popular with local people since a Cambridgeshire version launched last year. So far it has helped nearly 4,000 people across the county access advice and information about the equipment and support available locally to help them remain independent and in their own homes. In addition to maintaining the garden and outdoors, a wide range of topics are covered from managing medication and eating healthily to equipment to aid hearing, personal care and household chores. AskSARA can also help you to find equipment to help prevent falls at home and when you are out and about.


Whether you need advice for yourself or for a friend or relative that you care for, you can find out about the equipment available by visiting AskSARA at www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/asksara. For anyone without access to, or not confident in using the internet, the staff and volunteers in your local library can help you to find the information.


Cambridgeshire County Council


Exhibition by Meldreth Monday Artists


Royston & District Museum & Art Gallery until Saturday 20th July


Open Wednesdays, Thursdays & Saturdays, 10.00am - 4.45pm www.roystonmuseum.org.uk (01763) 242587 60


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