It's Mental Health Awareness Week, so that's our focus for this session. Join us to find out about all the options, whether you may need to help with someone's affairs, or take complete responsibility.
Wills, trusts and lasting power of attorney: a workshop for mental health carers
It’s Mental Health Awareness Week 10-16 May 2021, so we’re looking at how to help look after someone’s affairs if they can’t do it all themselves because of their mental health.
Join us to find out about the different mechanisms for looking after someone’s affairs and how you can support the person you’re looking after now or in the future. Whether you might need to take over responsibility soon, or you’re planning for the longer term, it’s important to understand how it all works.
For nearly two decades, Steve Howells has specialised in trusts and financial arrangements for vulnerable people. He often speaks at carer groups and seminars for professional bodies on the subject. Steve has much experience in dealing with the families of those who are vulnerable and has valuable insight as to how these arrangements work after a parent or carer has died. Steve works closely with Rethink Mental Illness and other national charities and is a director at Arcadia Trust Group.
This is always a popular subject, so we’ll be holding another session on wills, trusts and lasting power of attorney in June.
How to join us for this event…
To book your place, please complete the ‘I am interested in this event’ form below – but please note that the places are limited.
Please note that this is a video event using Zoom, you will be sent the access code ahead of the session.
For information on how to use Zoom, please have a look at the handy guide below.