Your care and support options
How can we help - assessments
An assessment will help us to find out the help you need and to show how you can get it.
Caring for someone
If you are looking after someone because of their illness, disability or frailty, then you are a carer.
Help with independence
There are many things that can help you with independence, from advocates to speak on your behalf to support from volunteers.
Living with disabilities
The word disability covers a vast range of different things, from mild to more severe impairments.
Help finding the right equipment for you. Includes assessments and grants.
Information about where you live. Help to stay at home, nursing homes residential homes, housing adaptations.
Coping with loneliness
Loneliness is often caused by changes outside of our control.
Paying for care, benefits and other money advice
Find out if you are entitled to help with paying for care, and which benefits or other financial support you may be entitled to.
Health and well-being
Information to help you stay healthy, with advice about mental and physical health.
Meal deliveries to your home
Hot lunchtime meals or a tea time snack can be delivered to your home
A care and support plan (sometimes called a care plan) shows how you want to get the support you need.
You can be scammed online, in person, over the phone, or through the post. Scams can be difficult to recognise, but there are things you can look out for.