Case Studies

‘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 19, Louise is trying to turn her life around with the help and...

‘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...

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 wheelchair bound. They all suffer from learning...

'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...

By the time The Money Carer Foundation were approached to be 'Neil's' appointee in November 2010 he was on the verge of having some of...

The benefits system can be tricky to understand. For this reason some elderly, vulnerable or disabled people may not receive all the benefits they are entitled to, which can have a major impact on their health, quality of life and wellbeing.  ...

Ongoing financial abuse at the hands of family members had left 'Gladys,' 96, feeling stressed, helpless and isolated.
 
The Adult...

Jim was referred to The Money Carer Foundation (Money Carer) by a social worker working for a London Borough Council. Jim is 84 years old, lives in his own home and has been diagnosed as showing early signs of dementia.

Social...

In Autumn 2010 The Money Carer Foundation was invited to co-ordinate the transfer of several Service Users with varying severe learning and physical disabilities from hospital to shared supported housing.

This involved the transfer...

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