ILCP services

Our staff have the skills and knowledge to support you whatever your needs. We will enable you to understand your options so that you can make the best choices.

Who is the service for?

  • Older people (55+)
  • Disabled adults (18+) with physical impairments, sensory¬†impairments, learning disabilities.
  • Adults with long term conditions
  • All carers including young carers (5-18)

 

Professional Advocacy

Professional Advocacy

Professional Advocacy

Support for people with difficulties speaking up and being involved in life decisions including community care, health, housing, accessing legal advice, making complaints and keeping safe from abuse. We also support those eligible under the Care Act 2014 advocacy duties.

Direct Payments

Direct Payments

Diorect Payments

Support with personal budgets and personal health budgets for people who wish to arrange their own care and support or that of the person they care for. We also offer advice to self-funders.

Advice & Support

Advice & Support

Advice & Support

Face-to-face appointments to give advice, assistance and information on benefits, housing, community care and other issues.

Community Development

Community Development

Community Development

Outreach work across the borough of Lambeth to initiate change and improve services for people within their communities.

Befriending

Befriending

Befriending

Volunteer Befriending for older people who may feel socially isolated and lonely. Our job is to match each individual applicant with a suitable volunteer who visits their home for at least on hours a week to keep them company and have a chat

Support for Deaf people

Support for Deaf people

Support for people who are deaf

The Royal Association for Deaf People provides weekly information, advice and support surgery for deaf people

Support for Carers

Support for Carers

Support for people who are Carers

The Carers Hub offers a range of services to support people in a caring role. A carer looks after their child, partner, relative or friend because they are ill, frail or have a disability and would not be able to manage on their own

Support for Young Carers

Support for Young Carers

Support for people who are Young Carers

Young Carers Project for young people (5-18 years) who live in Lambeth and are caring for or helping to care for a family member who has a disability or long-term illness. We provide a regular programme of groups and activities after school, at weekends and during school holidays.