Glasgow Life’s Family Finances Support Project
Disabled parents and parents of disabled children are being offered a range of support by the key workers of Glasgow Life’s Family Finances Support Project.
The individual key worker support includes access to free training and education; financial advice including benefits and help with moving into employment.
Call / text 07443 814 190 or 07584 773 328 or email [email protected]
The Family Fund – help for families raising a disabled or seriously ill child or young person aged 17 or under.
The Family Fund provide grants that can help families who may need help to meet the needs of their disabled child. The grants can help to provide a wide range of things which may help meet your child’s additional needs. Grants have been provided for things like washing machines; family breaks; sensory toys; bedding; clothing and computers.The Family Fund has a range of grants and also information and advice services.For more information, including information on eligibility criteria for grants, see https://www.familyfund.org.uk/grants-scotland
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