Adult Care & Support
Here you can find out more about care and support for adults.
The Adult Social Care service at Surrey County Council is there to support residents who have longer term and more complex needs that prevent them from doing routine things each day, as well as carers of all ages.
This web page provides more information on the range of support services that are available from both Mole Valley District Council (see 'Related Pages') and from Surrey County Council (SCC) and partner organisations.
Healthy Surrey provides key information for Surrey residents to promote improved health and wellbeing for everyone.
Healthwatch Surrey are an independent organisation that gives the people of Surrey a voice to improve and shape services and help them get the best out of health and social care services.
Age UK Surrey
Age UK is the country's largest charity dedicated to helping everyone make the most of later life.
Face to face provision - Surrey Hubs
Surrey Hubs are a great resource to help people receive information and signposting to advice directly from volunteers and staff, many of whom have received support from social care and health services themselves.
Surrey Information Point
It's important to know your options before making decisions about care and support.
Do you or someone you care for need information on local services, welfare benefits, health care, community transport or simply how to stay safe at home?
Surrey County Council and its partners have developed a central, online resource for residents, staff and other professionals and information providers, on local care and support options, including
- regulated care provision ie care homes, domiciliary care agencies
- health information
- factsheets, web links
- news, calendar, DVDs
- personalised information
Visit www.surreyinformationpoint.org.uk or call 0300 200 1005, or text 07527 182861.