Welcome to the Every-One website

Every-One is a Lincolnshire based charity that aims to work inclusively with people to ensure that every one carer and people that are cared for are at the centre of their own wellbeing. We do that by developing and delivering a range of person-centred services and projects that works towards ‘making wellbeing personal’.

Carers Quality Award

This Award ensures that the profile of unpaid carers in Lincolnshire is raised and the invaluable and essential contribution they make is recognised

Short Break Caravans

Holidays for Lincolnshire families with children / adult children who have a physical disability, sensory impairment, autism, or similar condition


We offer a range of care and support planning services to support organisations to build and enhance their person-centred ways of working


We offer a range of training, development & awareness programmes to support carers, the people they care for and practitioners

Military Network

A networking group for agencies and practitioners who support military veterans and their families in Lincolnshire.

Employers for Carers

An initiative managed and supported by Carers UK, supporting employers to enable them to retain and manage employees with caring responsibilities

Latest News

Just some of our latest News posts. Catch up with all our stories on our News page, here

Initiatives, partnerships and accreditations

We support a range of initiatives and activities across Lincolnshire and are a committed partner to organisations that aid service and policy development. Click on the links below to find out more

Employers for Carers ensures that employers have the support to retain and manage employees with caring responsibilities

The Carers Charter Quality Award ensures that the profile of unpaid carers in Lincolnshire is raised and the invaluable and essential contribution they make is recognised

Lincolnshire-based Every-One was announced the winner of the Small Charity, Big Impact Award at the 2020 East Midlands Charity Awards

At Every-One, we believe it is important to support people to develop their independence and to be able to access services. See our support and advice on how to access our services

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Great clip about the importance for businesses and organisations in Lincolnshire to work towards being accredited the #Lincolnshire #Carers Quality Award #CarersRightsDay twitter.com/LincsNHS…

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Are you a Lincolnshire family Carer of an adult with Learning Disabilities and/or Autism? Contact us to sign up for free to County Carers. We support families to have the skills, knowledge and confidence to make decisions together and to self-help. #lincolnshire #carers #CarersRightsDay

Email: county.carers@every-one.org.uk
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A great clip from NHS Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Group highlighting the importance of being able to access support as a #carer.

Keep a look out for the next in the series! #CarersRightsDay
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Providing Carer Awareness Training to your staff is a great way to work towards being Carer friendly. We can provide free advice that can help you to be recognised as a #CarerFriendly organisation and even work with you towards being accredited the #carersqualityaward #CarersRightsDay See MoreSee Less

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New research from Carers UK released as part of #CarersRightsDay.

Staggering information and really emphasises how important it is that we continue to support unpaid #carers.To mark Carers Rights Day 2020, Carers UK has today released new research which estimates that the value of unpaid care provided to date during the pandemic stands at a staggering £135 billion; that means, each day, unpaid carers are providing care worth £530 million during the COVID-19 pandemic.

You can read the report in full, here: bit.ly/2V2pu2B

Previous research we have undertaken showed that the majority (81%) of carers have been taking on more care since the start of the pandemic, and nearly two thirds (63%) are worried about how they will continue to manage over winter.

As a result, we are calling on the Government to provide additional support for carers, to acknowledge the enormous contribution made by carers during this pandemic, and give back to carers by prioritising their health, wellbeing and resilience this winter.
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Carers UK have released their new ‘Being Heard’ self-advocacy guides now available for #carers ahead of #CarersRightsDay

Download your guide: carersuk.org/self-advocacyWhen you’re caring for someone, it can be hard to get your voice heard.

To help you speak up for yourself, our new Being Heard self-advocacy guide is packed with information on communicating with professionals, carers’ rights and looking after your wellbeing while speaking up for the person you care for.

We have four guides available, with information relevant for carers in each UK nation. Download your guide: carersuk.org/self-advocacy
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