Our Pathways service provides information, advice and support for disabled adults (over the age of 18) living in the Richmond Borough. We can work with you to navigate complex information and address a range of issues, including:
Housing - help with rent arrears, disrepair, homelessness, re-housing, antisocial behavior, disputes, challenging discrimination, adaptations, possessions, discretionary housing payments and others.
Benefits – support for appeals and tribunals in relation to benefits such as Job Seekers Allowance, Universal Credit, Personal Independence Payments, Housing Benefits
Health and Social Care – advice around the health and social care system, community care charges, disputes with professionals and support for medical assessments.
Our support might include:
- Explaining processes and timescales.
- Making referrals or writing letters on your behalf.
- Helping you to complete forms and making requests for extended deadlines
- Providing information and resources e.g. guides and top tips to enable you to access services yourself.
- Gathering necessary information and evidence including writing to GPs and other professionals
- Preparing appeals and attending meetings and tribunals with you and speaking on your behalf (if required)
Our aim is to provide you with options, advice, information and guidance to empower you to access services. We work in a very personalised way to provide the support you need at a pace that suits you, step by step.
Please note our service is accessible to all disabilities including deaf or hearing impaired clients and we can provide BSL interpretation in person or via Sign Live.
For further information, contact 020 8831 6083 or email email@example.com
We hold the Advice Quality Standard for the Pathways Service, which provides you with
assurance that the we have met certain criteria that demonstrate
a commitment to quality.
Click here to learn more about the AQS.