In response to customer demand, Grace Consulting is delighted to announce the launch of a much-needed, responsive Special Needs Advisory Service.
The new service provides experienced, impartial advice and support for families across the UK who are facing the challenges presented by a special needs family member. It provides constructive help and guidance from a child's earliest years of development through to adulthood and later life.
The categories that fall within special needs can be extraordinarily varied and no two people will necessarily have the same needs. Although there is increasing recognition of special needs, families struggle to unravel the information that will properly answer their own specific situation.
Having a child with special needs can put great strain upon work and family life.
Sue Lewis, Sales and Marketing Director of Grace Consulting, says:
We have listened to the needs of our clients and are delighted to be launching this much needed service. Parents and guardians of children with special needs rarely find it easy to navigate the system and overcome the many hurdles presented to secure the right support and funding for their child. This is especially challenging when trying to juggle work and other family commitments. Grace Consulting can now provide the help and support these families need to help guide them along this challenging journey.
Grace offers specialist advice to support families in identifying and reaching chosen goals for their child. This helps reduce stress, and provides quiet reassurance that the best is being done.
For health & wellbeing providers
As providers look to strengthen their health and wellbeing solutions, this new service can be tailored to enhance support for members and policyholders facing special needs challenges, many of whom have struggled even more during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Grace Special Needs Advisory service operates to the same high standards as Grace's long-established expert care advice services.
Early client feedback on the service has been outstanding.
For more information on the new Special Needs Advisory service please contact Sue Lewis: