Click icon for the Adult care services pages on Lincolnshire County Council website. It includes pages on:
See also Money 16+.
Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust offers a range of services to support adults with learning disabilities. They require professional referral. Click icon for details. They have a community hub in Grantham. updated
Lincolnshire NHS website also has some handy links relating to learning disabilities:
Thera Trust provide support at home, at work and in the community for adults with a learning disability. They charge for their services, though they also explain how a Personal Budget from the local authority might make Thera an option. Their nearest office is in Swingbridge Road, Grantham. For more about Thera click icon.
Inclusion 21 are a privately run day centre, based in Skellingthorpe, Lincoln, for adults with learning disabilities and Autism, aged 18 and over, providing person centred support within a safe and fun environment. See their directory entry for the basics or click icon for their website.
There is not very much about issues for adults with autism in particular on the web, but some articles mention individuals rather than children with autism. It seems that having autism makes constipation or incontinence more likely than for people in general. updated
Bladder & Bowel UK is a disability living support group for promoting continence and product awareness. They have an information library for adults in general. To find out more about what this and other sites have to say about autism and such issues click icon. new
Residential & community care
A family firm opened a new specialist residential care home in 2016 for adults in Dorrington, near Sleaford. Click page icon for their website.
It is called The Reeds and was opened in September 2016. The de Savary family set up Home from Home in response to their own experiences.
They have a number of other homes around Lincolnshire. ….. Find them on the map: Ruskington Fiskerton Bardney Stallingborough Day opportunities are also available for those with Individual Budgets or Direct Payments.
Autism Care, part of Lifeways group, provides care and support for adults. Click icon for their autism page. Their modes of support include:
- Registered residential care
- Supported Living – as an individual or in a group
- Outreach and daytime support
To get specialist NHS help in coping with the behaviour of the person you look after ask your GP for a referral. Click icon to find out what the specialist will want to know. See also Behaviour on this site.
Brain in Hand offers access to personalised support from an app on your phone. It has features to help you remember activities, reduce anxiety and feel supported. Click play to watch video review or click page icon for more about the app. See documents at the bottom of the page. The developers are working with local authorities, e.g. Lincolnshire Kirklees.