Help with everyday tasks, maintaining your home and community support services.
Information and services to support you to make your own care arrangements.
From April 2015, the Care Act will introduce care and support changes that will make it more consistent across England.
Services we can provide for older people and people with disabilities.
Services and support for people who care for someone.
Direct payments is one of the ways you can choose to receive your personal social care budget and use it to meet your care needs.
Includes information on our eligibility criteria and assessment process.
How to recognise and report suspected abuse of vulnerable adults.
Day time support of older people and older people with dementia.
We work with accredited provider Progress Lifeline, our preferred supplier of technology and remote monitoring services to help people live safely and independently in Lancashire.
The Local Government Association (LGA) has launched a nationwide consultation to start a debate on how to pay for adult social care. The consultation is seeking the views of people and organisations from across society on how best to pay for care and support for adults of all ages and their unpaid carers.
The LGA will respond to the findings in the autumn in order to inform and influence the Government’s forthcoming green paper and spending plans.
Our home care services are changing. You, a friend or relative may be affected by the changes.