Supporting you to do more for yourself

Our support

The Kent Pathways Service supports:

  • younger people aged 16 to 25
  • adults over the age of 26 with a learning disability
  • adults who have health and social care needs.

We will support you for between 1 and 12 weeks to become more independent and develop life skills to improve your quality of life.

Our support can be inside or outside your home, and we will agree a plan with you that sets out your goals and how to achieve them.

It will not cost you anything to have support from a Kent Pathways Service worker.

What we can help with

We will work with you to help you improve your independence in an area of your life you need help. This could be making new friends, getting fit or active or learning to travel independently.

The Kent Pathways Service can help you with:

  • preparing for work
  • cooking
  • housework
  • budgeting
  • going shopping
  • activities
  • keeping safe
  • keeping well
  • finding a college course
  • finding out what equipment can help you and how to use it
  • finding work.