Adult social care offers support to people in a wide range of circumstances. Everyone can get information and advice from us, and many people receive further help. Most of the support we give is aimed at supporting people to keep their independence, in their own home and in their local community.
Am I eligible for social care?
We have to make sure that we help those people with the greatest need for support. We only arrange support for those people with critical or substantial needs.
Arranging and having an assessment
If you think you are eligible for adult social care you will need to have an assessment.
Contributions to the cost of your support including our charges.
Self-directed Support – Using a Personal Budget and Direct Payments
Self-directed support is the way that adult social care in Warwickshire is delivered. It involves identifying and allocating a “personal budget” – an upfront sum of money to meet your social care needs.
Information about support services that could help you in Warwickshire.
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Video – Assessing your social care needs
In this short film you’ll see three examples of people who have benefited from a social care needs assessment.Watch on YouTube