This page includes the following Fact Sheets:
A care and support plan is a document that details the things you wish to achieve as part of your care and support, that have been agreed between you and the council.
When you are living at home you may need some help with your everyday tasks such as washing, dressing, cooking, cleaning, home and garden maintenance and managing fnances.
This guidance provides advice about equipment and adaptations that can help you live independently at home. Different types of equipment or adaptations to your home can help make your home safer, give you independence and make your life easier.
What preventative support is available to help avoid unnecessary hospital admissions.
Information on bus passes, discounted railcards and the Motability Scheme.
A personal assistant is someone that can be employed, if you have care and support needs
If you need help adapting, maintaining or repairing your home or need a handyperson service, Care and Repair can help.
This information is to help you when you come out of hospital. As soon as you arrive in hospital, doctors and nurses start to plan for your discharge. As soon as it medically appropriate for you to leave you will be discharged. If it is likely that you will need care and support after you are discharged, the hospital will contact Adult Social Care and ask for you to receive an assessment.