Adult Social Care - Care and Support
This is where you can find further information about the adult care and support system including support for young people in living independently, finding appropriate accommodation, employment and participating in the community.
You can also find information about the following:
Types of care and support
How to access it
Accessing financial advice
The Learning Disability Partnership Board
The Learning Disability Partnership Board website has a webpage with information about services that are available that people with learning disabilities can access.
Using the web link below, you can access;
A directory of services called “Yellow Pages” that details organisations and available in the district
A directory of sports activities for people with disabilities provided by Bradford Disability Sport and Leisure
A web link to Connect2Support, which is a website to help you find everything you need to help you with your care and support needs from local to national products and services and;
The “Look Book” that provides information about accredited organisations LD Domiciliary & Supported Lining providers that can support you at home
If you are new to Adult Social care, please visit here. You will find:
- Support available in your community
- Information on how to find support for yourself
- Able4life, which provide personal advice on activities, equipment and support
- How to contact Adult Social care
- What to do in an Emergency
If you are a parent/carer to a young person that is transitioning into Adult's Services from Children's Services, the Transitions Team 14-25 will be able to help you in the process.
Where to go
- Needs Level
- Universal, With Support, With Specialist Support
- SEN Provision Type