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Rent Bills

1. Bills 2. Rent 2. How much is rent? Everybody needs a place to live, so this is where the most of your money goes.  It's a good rule of thumb not to spend more than 25%-30% of your money on rent.  If you follow this…

Returning home

1. Returning Home 2. Supported Lodgings 3. Staying Put Arrangement 4. Social Housing 5. Private Rent 1. What is Returning Home? Many young people in care will still have some form of contact with their birth families and some may choose to return home. If you…

Social Housing

1. Returning Home 2. Supported Lodgings 3. Staying Put Arrangement 4. Social Housing 5. Private Rent 4. What is Social Housing? When you are in the postion to look for housing your leaving care worker may mention social housing also known as council housing.  However,…

Staying Put Arrangement

1. Returning Home 2. Supported Lodgings 3. Staying Put Arrangement 4. Social Housing 5. Private Rent 3. What is the Staying Put Arrangement? A Staying Put arrangement is not the same as a Foster Placement.  You must be a former 'Relevant Child'.  The Staying Put Arrangement…

Support to care leavers who are former Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Children (UASC)

1. Are you a Care Leaver? 2. Eligible Children 3. Relevant Children 4. Qualifying Children 5. Former Relevant 6. Homeless Young Person 7. Former UASC (Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Child)  7. Are you a Former UASC (Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Child)  Your Leaving Care Worker will work with you and any other agencies involved…

Support to care leavers with children

Your Leaving Care Worker will work with you and any other agencies involved to identify: your accommodation options; your support needs; any needs linked to your pregnancy and / or children. We already have an excellent pathway in place where your Leaving Care Worker with…

Support to care leavers with SEND

Your Leaving Care Worker will work with you and any other agencies involved to identify: your accommodation options; your support needs; realistic education and employment opportunities. Where necessary they will refer or sign post you to specialist agencies to help you to achieve your aspirations…

Support to Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Children

1. Housing, Money and the Law 2. Support to UASC (Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Children)      2. Support for Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Children    If you are an Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Child (UASC) and are aged under 18 when you arrive in Lincolnshire, you are…

Supported Lodgings

1. Returning Home 2. Supported Lodgings 3. Staying Put Arrangement 4. Social Housing 5. Private Rent 2. What are Supported Lodgings? Supported lodgings give you the chance to live in a home with a supportive adult.  The supportive adult (lodgings provider) may be a family,…

Tax Codes - what are they?

1. Full time work 2. Part time work 3. Understanding payslips 4. National Insurance 5. P45 and P60 explained 6. Income tax 7. Tax codes - what are they? 8. Pension 9. Getting a job 7. What is a Tax code? When you are employed…
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