Check if you are eligible for help and support from the council's adult social care service.
What to do if you're concerned an adult is at risk of abuse or neglect, or worried about a vulnerable adult who might need support.
Equipment and services to help you live independently in your own home.
Housing options when you cannot or do not wish to live in your own home, or when your current property does not meet your needs.
Information on financial assessments, when you need to pay care costs, how we work it out and how to pay.
If you are an unpaid carer giving regular care and support to someone, you can get support to help you in your role as carer.
Community outreach, learning disability support, transport to services and more.
If you have been involved with children’s or adults services you have a right to see a copy of the data we hold about you.
Referrals, safeguarding procedures, resources for care providers, healthcare and emergency services.
If you receive a social care service you can expect a number of service standards including dignity in care, quality and safety, and communication.
If you have a complaint about adult health and social care services, please tell us.