Who we work with
We provide practical solutions as well as legal advice for people in a variety of circumstances where care, support and protection are the primary drivers. This can be due to a learning disability, a terminal illness, a catastrophic injury or when an elderly person wants a little back up.
We also provide training and support to those who work with vulnerable people, including carers’ charities, outreach services, other professionals, the NHS and local authorities.
The people we work with every day include:
- individuals who have suffered catastrophic injuries such as a brain injury, paralysis or the loss of movement or control
- people who aren’t capable of managing their own affairs because of a stroke, dementia, mental health issues, and debilitating or life limiting conditions
- elderly people (and their families) who just want some help and support, especially if they have a small family or their relatives are overseas
- the families of those with learning or other disabilities, who have suffered severe injury or ill health
- care organisations such as Mencap, Leonard Cheshire Disability, and Headway
- other professionals such as brain injury case managers, occupational therapists, neurologists, independent financial advisers, healthcare and social service professionals