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Adults with a disability

Social Services help and encourage disabled adults to live as independently as possible at home, have opportunities to get out and about, and find ways to adapt to their impairment.

We can provide specialist advice, support and practical assistance for adults with a physical, sensory or learning disability who have difficulty managing.

Services might include:

  • equipment and adaptations to help someone manage at home;
  • training and skills to maximise independence;
  • assistance with personal care.

Before you receive any of these services we would need to carry out an assessment of your needs.

Adults with a sensory loss

Information and guidance for people with a sensory loss, including those with sight or hearing loss and those who are deafblind (dual sensory loss).

Adults with a learning disability

Social Services provides a range of services to support adults with a learning disability.

Adults with a physical or mobility impairment

Information and support for people with a physical or mobility impairment.

Care and support assessments for adults

How Social Services assesses your needs for care and support.