The Shared Lives scheme is a service provided by individuals and families in their own home across Hampshire who want to offer a vulnerable person a short break, day care or long term care.
The Shared Lives scheme helps people who either have a learning disability, a physical disability, a mental health issue, or a person with other health or sensory difficulties or is unable to live alone because of their age.
Information about the Shared Lives carers workshop - including venue, agenda and draft policies and procedures
People who use the Shared Lives services
Find out more about the service
Shared Lives carer
More information about becoming a Shared Lives carer