Social care support is about providing practical and emotional help to people who need it. This can include services like help with finding a place to live, managing money, and participating in social activities. It's often given to those who are vulnerable or have complex needs, like the elderly, people with disabilities, or those with mental health issues.
If you need assistance with day-to-day tasks that most people can manage on their own, the Nottingham City Adult Social Care Team can provide you with the help you need. This support will enable you to maintain your independence and dignity.
Am I eligible?
To find out if you are eligible for adult social care services in Nottingham please call the Nottingham City Health and Care Point
- Call: 0115 876 3330, Monday to Friday, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm or
- Email: Adult Contact.
- Visit: Nottingham Health & Care Point | Ask Lion - Nottingham City Directory
The next step will be to work out what your difficulties are and to provide the best possible support to you. You should be involved in the decision-making and, if appropriate, a care plan will be created for you.
What is a care plan?
The care plan may include one or a number of services, here are some examples:
- Residential and Day Care Services - (incl Shared lives, Meals, Lunch Clubs, Open door)
- Financial and legal support
- Getting out and About
- Nottingham City Council's Adult Social Care Services
- Support to help you live independently in your own home
- Short Breaks for Parents/carers of disabled children
- Sheltered or extra care housing
To find out more about Extra Care or Sheltered accommodations in Nottingham please see: www.choosemysupport.org.uk.
- Nottingham City Council Housing Services - Independent Living (ncchousing.org.uk)