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              Direct Payments

              Evolve accepts Direct Payments and we provide further information here for your guidance

              direct payment accepted in Bury and Bolton

              Who can get Direct Payments?

              People with disabilities (including learning disabilities, sensory impairments or mental health problems) providing they are 16 years and over.

              People with responsibility for any disabled adult

              Carers aged 16 and over who provide care for an adult who is eligible to receive care services can receive Direct Payments for their needs as a carer.

              What can the money be used for?

              The Direct Payment can only be used to buy the care you have been assessed as needing and associated costs.

              You can choose the best way to provide your support but The Direct Payments Team must be sure that your needs are being met.

              You cannot buy services from the council, but you can have some of your services from us and have the money to pay for other organisations to provide the rest of your care.

              Will I get help with my direct payments?

              There is a direct payments team who offer support, advice and training in all aspects of using direct payments.

              I think I could use direct payments, what do I do next?

              If you or the person you care for is over 65, contact the Older Persons Helpdesk

              If you or the person you care for is under 65 contact the Advice and Assessment Team for Adults or ring the Direct Payment Team on

              0161 253 5151 (Bury)

              01204 337075 (Bolton)

              Evolve is a trading name of Easycare Ltd. Registered Office:4 Frecheville Court, Glenmore Street, Bury. BL9 0UF

              Telephone:  0161 761 0035    Email: info@evolve-services.org.uk

              Evolve provides care and support for people who cannot wholly look after themselves, in their own homes, at times convenient to them, and in ways they find most agreeable for their own wellbeing.