What support do you need?

we’re flexible — you choose the times you need us, and we’re there,
we’re adaptable — you get tailored support, molded to your situation,
we’re discreet — others never notice us at all (a bit like waiters in the best restaurants!)

We’re also highly professional — our team members are all trained, with many years’ experience in successfully supporting our clients all over the UK. So we’ve developed a level of expertise in our field.

Yet you won’t find us stuffy, boring and clinical. We’re friendly, approachable and fun to be around. Check out our testimonials to find out what our clients say about us — some of them have been with us for years!

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20
Mar
DWP Raises Cap on Access to Work Payments

In March 2015 the  Access to Work (AtW) payments scheme was capped for induvidials at 1.5 times the National Average Salary. This left Deaf and Disabled people without the full support they wanted as the cap was too restrictive. However, the cap did bring down the cost for the more expensive support services. The Cap. DWP have […]

Posted in: Blog, Government and Politics,
Tags: deaf,
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13
Mar
Disabled Persons Railcard

Do you know about the Disabled Persons Railcard? It provides great travel discounts for you and a companion. If you have a disability, for £20 a year you could get yourself a Disabled Persons Railcard. This entitles you to 1/3 off adult rail fares for travel on the National Rail network in Great Britain. It also gets […]

Posted in: Blog, Travel,
Tags: disability, DLA, oyster, PIP, rail, railcard, travel,
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22
Jan
PIP suffers blow on mental health at High Court

UPDATE: The PIP saga rumbles on with the Government now committed to reviewing 1.6 million claims at a cost of £3.7 Billion by 2023. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-42862904 It seems to have gone somewhat unnoticed but the much-maligned Personal Independence Payment (PIP) has lost a significant case at the High Court over mental health issues. On the 19th of January they […]

Posted in: Blog, Government and Politics, Mental Health,
Tags: appa, disability, human rights, mental health, PIP,

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