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  • In 2010 a total of 60 training courses were held for 582 (2009 – 708) delegates. 99.4% of delegates felt they had benefited from the course to a great extent. 84.6% of attendees who attended the Career Clinics felt they had been supported by CABA as a result of attending More than XXX ICAEW members attended XX Career Clinics around the country during 2010. CABA attended several Narrowing the Gap events during the year, with a total of XX delegates attending. Training Programme on the website Take a Break in May & National Stress Awareness Day in November

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  • 1. How we can help you
  • 2. Who we are
    • CABA supports Chartered Accountants and their families through difficult and challenging times.
    • We provide a holistic caring service to help clients achieve and maintain a reasonable quality of life.
  • 3. Who we help
    • Current or former members of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW)
    • The wives, husbands, life-partners or dependant ex-spouses of a current, former or deceased member
    • Their children aged under 18
    • Current or former ICAEW members and their dependants residing outside the UK
    • ICAEW students actively studying for their ACA qualification
    • ICAEW employees*
    * ICAEW staff who have worked for ICAEW for 5 years
  • 4. Our aims To reduce the impact of financial hardship To reduce the impact of physical and mental ill health To enable clients to maintain independence
  • 5. Our objectives
    • To provide quality support and advice
    • To provide financial support
    • To provide information and signposting
    • To run training and events
  • 6. Our promise
    • While working in partnership with ICAEW, we maintain our independence.
    • All enquiries are treated in the strictest confidence.
  • 7. Our holistic approach CABA SERVICES Debt management & support Care support Stress management & wellbeing Financial support Income maximisation Helpline Signposting Advocacy Career consultancy Return to work ACCESS TO Support Benefits Services Information & advice INITIAL CONTACT/ ASSESSMENT OR REVIEW Confidential Non judgemental Listening ear Guidance IMPACT UPON Physical & emotional wellbeing Quality of life Financial circumstances Accommodation/ household issues
  • 8. Quality support and advice for you
    • Debt management & support
    • Care & advocacy support
    • Career consultancy
    • 24 hour advice & counselling helpline
  • 9. Financial help in times of need
    • Each application is thoroughly assessed
    • Funding towards the cost of disability equipment and care
    • Funding can be in the form of grants and donations
  • 10. Financial help in times of need
    • In 2010:
        • 28% of our enquiries related to financial assistance
        • 71% of our clients received financial assistance
        • £0.7m worth of grants, donations and secured loans supported 322 households
    Source: CABA Impact Report 2010
  • 11. Training that really helps you
    • Our courses & events
    • Stress management and wellbeing
    • Assertiveness
    • Communication skills
    • Time management
    • Dealing with difficult people
    • Managers tackling stress at work
    • Courses run in partnership with ICAEW
      • Narrowing the gap
      • Career clinics
      • Preparation for retirement
  • 12. Training that really helps you
    • The delegates speak for themselves
    “ I feel more confident to build good working relationships.” “ I know what it means to act assertively.” “ I feel able to set goals and achieve them.” “ I have an increased understanding of my personal wellbeing.” “ I have learnt new techniques to deal with difficult people.” “ I feel I can better manage my stress.” “ I can now recognise the importance of listening to others.”
  • 13. Pointing you in the right direction
    • We supply support, assistance & information that is right for you
    • We will signpost you to other appropriate organisations – locally and nationally
  • 14. Client comments “ CABA gave my family tremendous moral support at a very difficult time. They provided a friendly voice and advice when it was needed most.” “ I feel very privileged to have been given financial support from CABA. It has helped take the immediate pressure off my situation.”
  • 15. Contact us
    • 8 Mitchell Court
    • Castle Mound Way
    • Rugby, Warwickshire
    • CV23 0UY
    • T: +44(0)1788 556 366
    • E: enquiries@caba.org.uk
    • W: www.caba.org.uk