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We are regularly asked to help more vulnerable members of our community; we cannot detail here what are almost always sensitive cases however we want to highlight these in case you have a vulnerable neighbour or member of the family that might benefit from our intervention.

One example is a disabled person who was unable, with the support they had, to get out of their home by their self. After visiting them at home we were able to call in adult services and housing and get the support increased and a house move planned to a unit that suited their disabilities.

We have helped families with schooling and additional learning needs issues, helped persons with mental health challenges see their concerns put forward, helped people retain their social housing when faced with personal challenges and achieved moves for others where they were not in suitable accommodation or locations for their family circumstance.

If you or someone you know is struggling, think about getting in touch – there is often something that can be done to help.