|Service Manager||Rachel Bradley|
|Independent Living Adviser||Judy Cooper|
|Independent Living Adviser||Maria Prust|
|Independent Living Adviser||Nazrin Uddin|
|Independent Living Adviser||Rasila Patel|
|Independent Living Adviser||Nikki Farrell|
|Independent Living Adviser||Louise Beck|
|Independent Living Adviser||Marcia Reid|
|Finance Officer (Managed Accounts)||Winfred Ngahyoma|
|Finance Officer (Managed Accounts)||Sanjayita Mehta|
If you have been referred for a direct payment for the first time, your social worker will arrange for your direct payment package to be set up and established in a way that is appropriate depending on whether you choose to use personal assistants from a care agency or you are going to employ your own personal assistant(s).
Once your direct payment package is established, there are a number of additional services that you may choose to purchase to make managing your direct payment even easier.
There is a cost associated with each service; we will help you to work out how you can use your direct payment to fund the service(s) you require.
The Learning and Development Service (tlds) invite you to the Direct Payments Conference. This event takes place on Wednesday 25th September 10 a.m. to 2.30 p.m. at The H Suite, 100 Icknield Road, Edgebaston, Birmingham, B16 0AA.
This free event is open to all citizens who receive a direct payment, their PAs and anyone who funds their own care and support in the city. There will be guest speakers and many information stands.
For the full invitation, please download the letter at the bottom of this page. You can also sign up by calling 0121 303 0990 or email email@example.com. The closing date for booking is 20th September 2019.
Please find below links to other websites that you may find useful.
Find It In Birmingham - www.finditinbirmingham.com/
The Silver Line (helpline for older people) - www.thesilverline.org.uk - 0800 4 70 80 90
Accessibility at Birmingham Airport - www.birmingham-airport-guide.co.uk/disabled-facilities.html