Liz has always lived on her own and been very independent. A self-confessed extrovert, she adores entertaining (garden parties are her speciality) and is happiest when surrounded by friends.
She loves her community and wants to take part in as many activities as she can, she has even recently joined the local bowling lanes. Liz knows age is just a number and has tried her best to not let it slow her down. However, at 93 her family worries about her being on her own, they have spoken with the council and have organised for carers to come help her with her daily routine. Being on her own, they have spoken with the council and have organised for carers to come help her with her daily routine.
“I love meeting new people and making friends but the trouble is, sometimes I only see them once.”
“Depending on others is not something I do very well I’m afraid. I want to do things for myself for as long as I can.”
“My family spoke with the council and the MySense data showed my independence was improving. The council responded positively to this and now, I have my own shower seat and a carer only comes in once a week.”