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If there is anything that is true, it is that the care system has many complicated words. Whether it is throughcare and aftercare or leaving care support – this guide gives you an overview of the kind of support you are entitled to during the transition out of care.
Asking for support is difficult and it is difficult for everyone. When you have been in care, it can be a little bit harder to find people you trust, due to a variety of reasons. It is important that you know that there are people you can rely on. With the right support you will be able to identify who you can turn to when needed.
Has someone mentioned continuing care to you, or have you heard about it somewhere? This guide should give you an introduction to continuing care. Hopefully the information can help you understand if Continuing Care is for you.
Thinking about going to university and starting your university journey is an exciting time. It can also be a confusing time with all the information and options available to you. Whether you have just left school or college or you have been out of education for a while, there is a lot of support and resources out there to best help you make a decision.
Considering going to college and starting a new chapter in your life can be equally exciting and daunting. Whether you have just left school or you have been out of education for a while you have lots of options and opportunities available to you.
Knowing what financial support you are entitled to and what provisions you can apply for can be complicated and leave you feeling confused. Here you will find guidance to understand what help you may be entitled to, depending on your age and circumstances.
Managing your money is important for everyone - regardless of financial circumstances. You do not need to be a financial expert to learn some basics of finance and budgeting. Taking control of our finances and learning better ways to manage your money will help you not only now but for future decisions.
Whether you are looking for some tips for improving your mental health or you need advice on how to access professional help, this guide will offer some mental health advice and links to best support you. Mental health problems are common and affect everybody – regardless of background or circumstances.
We all experience relationships in all parts of our life, and this includes both our social and support network. Good relationships are essential and bring with them a lot of benefits, including improving our emotional, mental, and physical wellbeing.
Happiness and success can be found in many different ways. Sometimes it can seem like formal education is the only route, but that is not true. No route is automatically better than the other, the thing that matters most is that it fits you and your life. Here you will find some guidance and advice on other options that you may want to consider
Considering moving into your own home and starting a new chapter in your life can be equally exciting and daunting. Whether you have lived on your own before or with others, this guide is to help make your first decision easier in terms of the steps you may have to take to achieve this goal. This guide is covering the approach to finding not just a house but a home to be able to make your own.