We provide a range of services for older and disabled people which help prevent accidents (particularly falls at home) and illness (such as respiratory illnesses associated with cold, damp and mouldy homes), offer a means of early intervention to avoid escalating need and reablement after a crisis.
Our work involves collaboration with a broad range of public, private and charitable organisations, including local authorities and the NHS locally. By working together we are able to reduce the burden on GP surgeries, hospitals and Adult Care, to increase our reach and impact and transform lives.
Collaboration has taken many forms, including acting as Agents for the delivery of home adaptations funded by the Disabled Facilities Grant, participation in national and regional schemes to help people keep people warm in winter and make homes energy efficient, establishing mutual referral pathways with partners so that customers receive the most appropriate source of help.
We are a founder member of Lincs Independent Living Partnership (LILP), an award-winning consortium of five local charitable organisations, alongside whom we delivered the award-winning Wellbeing Service for four years. LILP members draw upon massive combined resources to design and deliver services which are efficient, cost effective, flexible and socially responsible.
We are constantly horizon scanning and welcome dialogue with stakeholders to explore means of best meeting the ever-growing needs of an ageing population.