Every-One are building a small group of volunteers with lived-experience of mental health services, to co-produce services and to become Community Reporters, supporting the evaluation and co-production of mental health pilot projects in Lincolnshire.
County Carers in Lincolnshire want to know what is important to people and who might want to get involved. You can print and post the questionnaire or complete our online survey.
Lincolnshire-based charity Every-One are pleased to announce that it is relaunching County Carers, a group for parent carers and families of adult children with learning disabilities and / or those on the autistic spectrum.
Lincolnshire-based charity Every-One were announced the winner of the Small Charity, Big Impact Award at the 2020 East Midlands Charity Awards. The awards were handed out in a virtual ceremony due to coronavirus...
Supporting Carers in the Workplace - Virtual Lunch & Learn.
Children and young people in Lincolnshire may have their first experience of caring because of Coronavirus. Equally, there may also be young carers out there who have been caring for some time and need some more support during the current outbreak.
The Public Health team at Lincolnshire County Council have put together a really useful 'COVID-19: Guidance for Carers' document, providing information, links and advice to support carers in Lincolnshire during this uncertain time.
COVID-19 Guidance for Working Carers & Employers. We understand that this is an extremely challenging time for employers and working carers. You may have some carers working for you who are particularly worried...
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