No one could accuse Sally Marston of wasting her time, with commitments almost every day of the week to social groups, sport and volunteering.
Does the person you support need help setting up a flat with friends – possibly others with a disability as well? Flatting or house-sharing is a great option if a person doesn’t want to live alone but wants to gain some independence.
Flatting or house-sharing is a great option if you don’t want to live alone but want to become independent from your parents or family. You could still be eligible for funded support to help make flatting work for you – or you may wish to pay privately for a support person to carry out some tasks for you.
Here’s some ideas for support available for people with disabilities who want to go flatting.
Do you need help around the house or personal care because of your disability. Read about funded and un-funded support available to you while flatting.