Plans to create 'support network' for people with disabilities gets go-ahead

Plans to create 'support network' for people with disabilities gets go-ahead
 

Councillors have approved plans for proposals for Nottinghamshire's first KeyRing network to be developed.
KeyRing networks typically consist of nine people with learning disabilities or mental health issues living within walking distance of one another.
They are joined by a "community living volunteer", who also lives nearby and can help out with reading letters, bills and the like. Their rent is often subsidised by KeyRing.
There are more than 100 KeyRing network nationwide across over 50 local authority areas.
A Nottinghamshire County Council report states if the authority were... read more

 
10 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 37
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