latest guidance and advice
You might need to pay for some or all of the care and support you receive at home. Or you might not need to pay anything at all.
If your care needs assessment has identified that residential care is the best way to meet your needs, we may ask you to pay a contribution towards the cost.
You need a financial assessment to see if you can get help to pay for your care and support. See how to get one and what to expect.
What to do if you disagree with the amount you have been asked to contribute towards your care costs or can't afford to pay.
How to pay your social care contributions to the council.
See some examples of how much people pay for care based on their income and savings.
If you pay for care, or receive direct care payments, you can make a payment enquiry online.