The Seed Fund is to initiate projects that support people with invisible disabilities to live well in their community, addressing loneliness and reducing social isolation.
A key factor to living well with an invisible disability is being able to maintain your existing lifestyle as much as possible for as long as possible. Some people start to change their usual routines after being diagnosed and withdraw from their community. This may leave them or family carers isolated or lonely. Staying part of a community and continuing activities, pastimes and hobbies can result in less stress,anxiety and frustration for both the person with a diagnosis and their family.
You can apply for up to £2000 per application and the link can be found below: