Glasgow’s Golden Generation has a team of Welfare Officers who have over 50 years of experience between them. Each year this skilled team increases older people’s income by over one and a half million pounds—which each successful client receiving an average of 4k in benefits or unclaimed entitlements.
Our service is free of charge and available to older people living in Glasgow.
What we can do for you
Most people will assume that they have little to no entitlement for benefits. However, there exist non means-tested benefits, which can in turn trigger other allowances and rebates.
The Welfare Officers will check which allowances you qualify for and help you with the application processes. This includes Attendance Allowance, Pension Credit and PIP, depending on your age, savings and health.
The service is not just about maximising incomes, it aimes to decrease outgoings too.
The GGG Welfare Team take referrals from the NHS Home Falls Prevention Team, Social Work and many other organisations. You can
also contact us directly if you wish.
Contact us today
The service ensures that our clients can enjoy a good quality of life into their later years. The benefits and entitlements which the Welfare Officers help secure mean that older adults are able to get into their communities and there are fewer barriers to participation.
We cover all of Glasgow, and can arrange home visits if
Call 0141 221 9924 for a benefits check with one of GGG’s Welfare Officers. It only takes a few minutes to call, but the impact could be life changing for you.
‘This money has made such a difference to me, I can afford to heat my home and I can take a taxi to my local OAP club to see my friends.’
‘On behalf of all of the family thank you so much for completing the myriad of paperwork! We would have been absolutely lost without your guidance and steady reassurance.’
‘Thank you so much for your visit, we really appreciate all your kindness. You all do a wonderful job and we could not have received the benefits or known about them if it wasn’t for you.’