£120 needed for an electric cooker
From Birstall - 63 years old.
J lives alone and claims Employment Support Allowance. She has epilepsy and long term anxiety and depression. She has regular fits and is reluctant to leave the house for fear of fitting outside, as she can’t control her behaviour. This is causing her to be socially isolated. Her cooker has stopped working and it is not feasible to repair it due to it’s age. Help with the cost of replacing it would be really appreciated as she would really love to be able to cook properly again.