To find out about getting support you need to have an initial assessment of your needs. We will talk to you about any difficulties you are having, help you decide what assistance you need and advise you of any charges.
If you are looking for information on sheltered housing please see the sheltered housing pages in the Housing area.
Connect to Support, a website to help you find the care and support you need in York
A carer is someone who, unpaid, is looking after a relative, friend or neighbour who is ill, disabled, frail or in need of emotional support
Market Position Statement for Providers of Adult Social Care in York
The Care Act 2014 is the single largest change to health and social care policy for a generation. Find out more.
If you have experienced good care, poor care, or know that poor care is being provided somewhere you can report it to the Care Quality Commission.
All adults should be able to live free from fear or harm and have their rights and choices respected
Achievements and priorities in adult social care services
A guide to 'Putting People First' - self-directed support and personal budgets for people in York.
There are lots of technical terms used in adult social care, which can make things harder to understand. This helpful jargon buster helps you make sense of the most commonly used words and phrases.
City of York Council Adult social care feed
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