Case Studies

Making A Statutory Will For a Jean

Making A Statutory Will For a Jean

Making a Statutory Will for 'Jean' For many, making a will is a difficult thing to think about, meaning that a lot of people tend to constantly put off making one for another day. Unfortunately this can lead to problems when people leave it too long and are no longer have the mental capac...

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Helping Jane Manage Her Bipolar Disorder

Helping Jane Manage Her Bipolar Disorder

Returning Balance and Calmness to a Client who is Bipolar 'Jane' is a lovely client that suffers from bipolar disorder. When her condition is subdued she often keeps to herself and gets on with life in a calm and peaceful manner . When Jane has manic episodes her mood change...

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When a Telephone 'Helpline' is of No Help at all

When a Telephone 'Helpline' is of No Help at all

When a Telephone 'Helpline' is of No Help at all. 'Ian' is your local ASDA clerk, as friendly as they come. Surrounded by people, always chatty and busy. 'Ian' has the same condition as one of our other case study clients 'Gregory' but to show how dissimilar t...

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The Importance of Structure: Helping a Client with Aspergers

The Importance of Structure: Helping a Client with Aspergers

Supporting 'Greg' and His fascination with Trains and Snakes When supporting clients The Money Carer Foundation can be both flexible or more structured depending on the needs of the individual. For our client 'Gregory', a more structured approach generates better personal out...

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Our client 'Louise' is now helping other vulnerable adults

Our client 'Louise' is now helping other vulnerable adults

Our client 'Louise' is now helping other vulnerable adults ‘Louise’ was a troubled youngster. Growing up in difficult surroundings, she suffered abuse and neglect and was prone to outbursts of violence herself. Now aged 21, Louise is trying to turn her life around with the ...

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Multi-Sensory Experience for Fiona

Multi-Sensory Experience for Fiona

‘Fiona’ can struggle with anxiety and finds it hard to relax and calm down. Living in a care facility in Cheshire, her disability means she struggles to communicate, often becoming over excited, stressed and hysterical. Her outbursts can last for hours, which is exhausting and dis...

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'Lighting' Up Some of Our Clients Lives

'Lighting' Up Some of Our Clients Lives

‘Lighting’ Up Some of Our Clients Lives Friends since childhood, ‘Edward,’ ‘Fergus’ and ‘Garry,’ live together in supported accomodation in London. Aged in their late 40s, Edward is partially sighted, Fergus has Fragile X syndrome and Garry is ...

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Supporting A Disabled Woman To Start A New Life

Supporting A Disabled Woman To Start A New Life

'Elizabeth' suffers with a mild mental disability and her trusting nature had already led to her experiencing financial abuse at the hands of a family member. The Money Carer Foundation had been made Elizabeth's Appointee, freeing her from this financial abuse and ensuring ...

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Finding Creative Solutions To Improve The Lives of Disabled Clients

Finding Creative Solutions To Improve The Lives of Disabled Clients

Daily Money Management, Appointeeship and Deputyship services for vulnerable adults are about more than just making sure bills are paid and people are not financially abused.  Afterall, having money in the bank means very little if you don't get any enjoyment out of life. 'M...

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