In the report, Destination Unknown, the think tank Demos and disability charity Scope have warned that the real life consequences of the government's welfare reforms are being overlooked as a result of the government's failure to map the cumulative impact of its multiple cuts on individual households.
The report documents the experiences of six families over two years and shows the impact of cuts to state support and services are having on their lives. Their stories are not unusual; many families like them up and down the country are increasingly coming under huge stress and pressure.
It presents evidence of declining mental health, exacerbated by fear for the future, of physical and emotional strain, as informal carers bear the brunt of losing the support and services they once relied on. It also highlights how increasingly difficult it is has become for disabled people to participate in everyday family and civic life.
Download a copy of the report below.