Tackling Pensioner Poverty

Benefits Support and Advice Hub 

Welcome to our Benefits Support and Advice Hub, designed to provide comprehensive assistance to individuals seeking to apply for various benefits and entitlements.

We aim to break down barriers to benefit uptake and empower community members to access the financial support they deserve. Whether you’re a pensioner, a person with disabilities, or someone facing financial hardship, our dedicated team is here to help navigate the complexities of the benefits system. 

At Aishah Help, we understand the importance of ensuring that everyone has access to the support they need to live a dignified and fulfilling life. Our experienced advisors are committed to providing personalised assistance tailored to your unique circumstances. With expertise in multiple languages we strive to make our services accessible to diverse communities.

Our Services 

Drop-In Sessions  

Visit our community drop-in sessions at local venues such as the Idea Store, Hason Raja Community Centre, and local institutions. Our welcoming environment fosters a sense of solidarity and trust, encouraging individuals to seek support without hesitation. 

One-on-One Support 

Receive personalised support from our dedicated advisors following your initial visit. Our team will guide you through the application process, ensuring you fully understand and utilise all available benefits and support services. 

Multilingual Assistance 

Our multilingual staff and volunteers are proficient in diffrent languages, ensuring effective communication and assistance for individuals from diverse linguistic backgrounds. 

Digital and Administrative Support 

We understand that navigating digital and administrative processes can be daunting. Our team will provide hands-on assistance to help you complete applications and manage paperwork with confidence. 

Community Engagement 

Beyond addressing immediate monetary needs, our initiative fosters a sense of community involvement and peer support among the elderly. By connecting individuals with crucial benefits and support, we aim to enhance overall well-being and quality of life. 

Get in Touch 

For further information or to access our services, please complete the following form: 

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Partner With Us 

Agencies and organisations interested in referring individuals to our Benefits Support and Advice Hub are welcome to collaborate with us. Together, we can expand our reach and ensure that no one is left behind in accessing essential support. 

Disclaimer 

Aishah Help is not a government agency but works with local authorities and voluntary bodies to provide support and assistance in accessing benefits and entitlements. While we strive to provide accurate and up-to-date information, individuals are encouraged to verify details with relevant authorities or seek professional advice. 

Join us in making a difference. Together, we can ensure that everyone has access to the support they need to thrive. 

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