Adult Social Services useful links

Staying in your home

Find out about what support services are available to help you live in your own home as independently as possible.

Caring for someone

Many people with caring responsibilities do not identify themselves as carers. There is help and support available if you care for a partner, spouse, child, relative or friend who has an illness, disability or is frail.

Health and wellbeing

Information and advice to help you make healthier choices, protect yourself from threats to your health and support if you are unwell or living with a medical condition or disability.

Getting out and about

Here you will find information and support services to help you get out and about in the community, stay active and meet new people.

Housing options

Help and support to enable you to live independently at home and options available if you are thinking of moving somewhere that better supports your needs. Also what to do if you are at risk of becoming homeless.

Keeping safe

Find out how you can keep safe at home and in the community and what to do if you or someone you know feels unsafe or is at risk.

Money and legal matters

If you are looking for support to understand your benefit entitlements, information to help manage your money and debt and advice on how to make arrangements for others to look after your affairs, then you may find the following useful.

Difficult times

You may sometimes need a little extra support during difficult times such as bereavement, redundancy or an illness so here is information and advice to help you.

Redbridge Council services

Redbridge Council services.

Easy read information

This section is for people who like easy read information. This includes people with learning disabilities but other people may find it useful too.

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