About the Organisation
Lincolnshire Home Independence Agency (LHIA) is an award-winning registered charity which began in 2006. Since then we have been repeatedly praised for our work in enabling the county’s elderly and vulnerable residents to live independently in their homes for as long as possible. This is something we’re extremely proud of.
In 2009 we were honoured to gain two of our national body’s awards for ‘Excellence in Providing Support & Advice’ and ‘Joint Agency of the Year’.
In 2012 we were delighted when The Rt Rev Christopher Lowson, Lord Bishop of Lincoln, agreed to be our President, in support of the essential support that we give to the vulnerable people of Lincolnshire.
In 2013 we received straight passes in all eight of our new national Quality Mark Validated Assessment ratings and four A and one B ratings in the new, advanced Approved HIA Assessment; becoming the country’s first ‘Approved’ HIA. We were also Commended for ‘Excellence in Providing Adaptations’ in our national body’s annual awards.
Later in 2013 we became a founding member of Lincs Independent Living Partnership (LILP), which is now attracting national acclaim, and in early 2014 we acted as Lead Member for LILP when it was awarded the contract for the new Lincolnshire Wellbeing Service, which commenced on 1st April.
In 2014 we were Commended for ‘HIA Service of the Year’ in our national body’s annual awards.
In 2015 we were presented with the ‘Better Together’ award for integrated service delivery by national body in its annual awards.
“To help those in need of support to live independently in the home of their choice.”
- Continuing to provide established services to the highest possible standard
- Expanding service provision
- Furthering our reputation as a centre of excellence
- To provide advice and advocacy
- To support access to funding
- To provide technical expertise
- To provide Handyperson Service