Supporting adults in Enfield to remain living healthily and independently
The iCan Service is a free, impartial, confidential service which aims to improve the health and wellbeing of adults aged 18 or over, who are living in Enfield.
This service supports people who have been diagnosed with any of the following long term conditions: Diabetes, strokes, falls and dementia.
The service will also assist with end of life guidance and support people who are socially isolated.
The service aims to:
Improve the coordination of care, help people manage their health conditions, enable them to access community and voluntary services and help them remain independent and improve their wellbeing.
The iCan team consists of a Project Manager and a team of iCan Navigators. The Navigators are trained professionals who work within health and social care field and make sure that individuals get the care and support they need.
Some of the things they could help you with are:
Information on how to self-manage health conditions
Enabling access to community services
Help in making social connections
Advising with access to welfare benefits
Advising on lifestyle choices and healthy living
Helping access Power of Attorney advice
Referrals for the service can be through calling the office and asking to speak to the iCan Service, or contacting them through the website, or sending them an email.
The service operates Monday – Friday, 9:00am – 5:00pm, and will also visit clients in their home if their mobility is limited.
For more information please contact the iCan Service on:
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