Someone cares if I'm not there report produced by Sense for the Jo Cox Commission on Loneliness
We are all more likely to experience loneliness at certain times in our lives, such as retirement, bereavement or after becoming a parent. Disabled people experience the same life transitions as everyone else, but in addition to this, having a disability means they are more likely to be chronically lonely than non-disabled people. This report outlines experiences of loneliness and solutions from disabled people themselves. It also includes stories and ideas for supporting loneliness in people with disabilities including older adults and adults diagnosed with dementia.