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Health and Adult Social Care

Brighton & Hove City Council - Adult Social Care services performance and quality

Adult Social Care wants to be accountable to the residents they serve, so it is important that they make information about service quality and performance publicly available. This includes telling you about how satisfied service users are with their services, and how they spend the resources available to support people.

Brighton & Hove City Council - Care and support: what it means

Care and support describes the help to live as well as possible with any illness or disability that you may have, so that you can stay healthy and remain independent for longer. Information about who receives care and support, how it is provided and the different way to pay for it.

The council's telecare alarm service offers a range of services and equipment that supports you at home and when you're out and about by providing emergency assistance when you need it. They can provide you with an alarm that lets you call for help quickly and easily if you fall, feel unwell or need any other urgent assistance.

Brighton & Hove City Council - Child and Adolescent Mental Health services (CAMHS) and the Community CAMHS team

The Children and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) and the Community CAMHS team work closely together to support children and young people with emotional and mental health needs. In Brighton & Hove there is one point of referral which covers both teams. When a referral is received, they decide which service would be the most appropriate using the information given on the referral form.