We could help you get care and support to improve your daily life.
Support at home from a carer or personal assistant is known as home care. Support from other places like charities and support groups is known as community support.
How to get equipment, products and devices to help with everyday tasks like washing and dressing.
How to get a personal alarm to call for help in an emergency.
If you have a disability or a long term illness or health condition, you might benefit from making some changes to your home, adapting it to better meet your needs.
How to get help around the home with things like cleaning, gardening, cooking and shopping.
Short term support can help you after you've been ill, or had a stay in hospital. This is sometimes known as reablement and rehabilitation. Find out about the costs, and how to ask for support.
What to think about before you consider a care home, and the types of care homes there are. Sometimes care homes are known as nursing, residential, rest or retirement homes.
The cost of care and support depends on the care provider, the type of care you need and how much money you have.
If you've had an assessment and we can help with your care and support, we'll tell you the amount of money you'll get towards this. We call this your personal budget.
Not everyone can get help from Adult Social Care. Find out how we decide who can get help, and how we assess you.
What happens when your care and support is reviewed, and how to request a review.
Free bus passes, disabled parking, borrowing wheelchairs, and how to get around the city if you can't use public transport.
A direct payment can give you more choice and control over the care and support you get.
Shared Lives matches you with a carer that you live with. Find out how to apply to get a Shared Lives carer, or how to apply to be one.