This lone parent family has 5 children. They are on a low income, in receipt of Child Tax Credit, Income Support and Disability Living Allowance (Care Element). The children are receiving support for their emotional well being. They have had problems with a mice infestation which has damaged the family's clothes and soft furnishings. They have now overcome this but the children are suffering from anxiety about their clothes being clean and free from traces of mice faeces. Could you help them to buy a wardrobe to relieve some of this anxiety?
This client is a lone parent to 3 young children, she is on a low income and in receipt of Statutory Maternity Pay, Child Tax Credit and Child Benefit after giving birth to her youngest child. She was previously on a low income as a part time Lunchtime Supervisor. She is struggling to manage her income and her mental health is suffering as a result but is now receiving support. She does not have a working fridge freezer and has to shop daily for fresh food.
This client is a lone parent who has recently been granted custody of his 5 year old daughter. He is on a low income, in receipt of Universal Credit and Child Benefit. This property is his first tenancy so he has had to fully furnish the property to make it safe and comfortable for his daughter on a very limited income. The client suffers from depression and anxiety and wants to make the best possible start as a lone parent for his daughter.
This lone parent has 2 very young children, she is on a very low income; in receipt of Universal Credit and Child Benefit which just covers her essential outgoings. Due to a relationship breakdown her and her children became homeless and were housed in a bed and breakfast facility. She has now been offered accommodation but it is unfurnished and she does not have a bed for herself. The client is trying to make a fresh start for her family and is receiving support with her mental health issues.