Caring responsibilities can lead to financial difficulties – having to give up work to care for a loved one and managing on benefits. It can also prove challenging getting support to adapt your home, or attaining support for your child at school or college, as well as understanding and claiming for benefits you may be entitled to.
Many parents experience behaviours that challenge from their children, but for parents of a child with a learning disability this can be much more complex – particularly as a child grows older. The Social Care Exchange is hosting an informal community event on Monday 23rd April, for anyone impacted by someone with learning disabilities or special education needs.
On Monday 23rd April, between 6-7pm, the Social Care Exchange will be hosting an informal community event for anyone impacted by someone with a learning disability or special educational needs.
After the success of our first event we are looking forward to opening our doors to the community again. Everyone welcome, pop in for a coffee and a chat between 6-7pm on 28th March, at the Social Care Exchange, just off Doddington Road.
When someone you know experiences a mental health need, it can be hard for them to get the right support, but as a family member or friend helping them, where do you turn?
Excited to be hosting our first Lincoln community event, just off Doddington Road on March 5th. Everyone welcome, pop in for a coffee and a chat between 6-7pm.