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You said, we did (Adults)

What you've told us so far We have been developing the Adults pages on the Peterborough Information Network (PIN) website following the feedback received from service users, carers and professionals. Here are some of the changes we have made over the last few months.  If…

Local Account (Adults)

Local Account for Adult Social Care The purpose of the Local Account is to provide information on Adult Social Care. This includes where we are doing things well, where we think we can improve, and how we are planning for the opportunities and challenges ahead.  ​ The Local…

Adults Information Sheets - Information to help you stay independent, safe and well

This page includes the following Information Sheets. (Please note. All our information sheets are easy to print)  Home Service Delivery Team The Peterborough City Council Home Service Delivery Team brings together teams across Adult Social Care and Housing. It focuses on keeping you living safely…

Learning, work and volunteering (Adults)

Learning, work and volunteering Employment is a very important part of life. When people have a job, they feel part of society, they have a purpose, make new friends plus have money in their pockets to buy the things they want! These pages signpost you…

City College Peterborough Day Opportunities (Adults)

Day Opportunities is Peterborough’s largest local day support specialist provider and experienced social care provider, supporting young people and adults with learning disabilities, autism and complex needs to live the fullest life possible.  Their centre for Complex Needs and four hubs are located throughout Peterborough.…

Preparing for Adulthood (Local Offer)

What does preparing for adulthood mean? For young people with special educational needs or disabilities (SEND), planning for adulthood begins in Year 9 (the school year in which a child has their 14th birthday), and in some cases will continue until their 25th birthday.  We…

Preparing for Adulthood - Employment (Local Offer)

Preparing for adulthood - Employment Employment is a very important part of life. When people have a job, they feel part of society, they have a purpose, make new friends plus have money in their pockets to buy the things they want. There are a…

Wellbeing (Adults)

Wellbeing Research has shown that being lonely or isolated can affect people’s health and wellbeing. Being lonely presents as much as a risk to health as smoking or alcohol consumption and is more of a risk than obesity or lack of exercise.  Loneliness and social…

Health (Adults)

Health Accessing health services and finding your way around the system can feel complicated. This page includes information and advice to help you get the help you need.   Information on COVID-19 support can be found on the Adults Information Service COVID-19 page. 

Preparing for Adulthood - Good Health (Local Offer)

Preparing for adulthood For young people with special educational needs or disabilities (SEND), planning for adulthood begins in Year 9 (the school year in which a child has their 14th birthday), and in some cases will continue until their 25th birthday.  We often call this…
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