Around one in five adults in the U.K. is disabled and more than a million live alone. With the right support and facilities, leading an independent life with a physical or learning disability is now more achievable than ever. See also: Young Disabled
Living independently doesn’t mean you’re not entitled to support from social services and it does not mean that family and friends aren’t important.
What financial help can I receive?
To help with rent, equipment, house improvements, essential adaptations, and support at home?
You can find out more information and arrange a Health and Social Care Assessment from your local social services through Gov.UK – Personal Independence Payments.
To help with supporting you in your own home, we can help in all sorts of ways. We have been supporting and enabling people over the past 20 years to live independently in their own homes, and have developed links with various organisations, local groups and offer support from half hour calls to full “live in care” support.