In the face of Covid-19 our communities are experiencing unprecedented change and challenges. To help us adjust to this new world, we have launched a new over-the phone support service for people with learning difficulties and/or autism called ‘Keeping People Connected’.
We know that times are hard right now and we know that they can be particularly hard for people with learning difficulties. With this in mind, ‘Keeping People Connected’ provides an over the phone service that connects those in need of support with an experienced, friendly and specialist professional.
Working with a range of organisations across two counties including Lancashire County Council and NHS England, ‘Keeping People Connected’ builds on our 30 years’ experience working with vulnerable people.
‘Keeping People Connected’ provides a safe, reliable and friendly connection through calls and conversation. A way to have a chat; to ask questions; to keep connected.
If you, or someone you know, has a learning difficulty and/or autism, and you’d like to talk to us, give us a ring.
Let’s keep connected:
Cumbria – 0300 303 2789
Lancashire – 0300 303 0175