Hartlepool Shared Lives
What is Shared Lives
Shared Lives is a service which provides adults and young people, who are not able to live on their own, a safe, secure home with the love and stability that family life can offer.
People using Shared Lives are supported by Shared Lives Providers to develop or maintain independent living skills, friendships and live as part of their local community, giving them a sense of wellbeing in a safe and supportive environment.
Usually the adult or young person (aged over 16 years) finds it difficult or impossible to live independently, usually because they have:
- A learning disability
- Mental health needs
- Physical disability or sensory impairment
To find out more about Shared Lives call one of our team members:
Alison Urwin - 07786027139
Sarah Davison – 07786027036
Nicola Boggon - 07909 288940