If you find it difficult to express yourself, and you don’t have a friend or relative that can support you, an advocate can help make sure your voice is heard.
Support at home from a carer or personal assistant is known as home care. Support from other places like charities and support groups is known as community support.
If you need help with you your mental health or wellbeing, we can help you.
If you're worried about your memory, get help from the NHS and other organisations across the city.
If you're at risk of falling, get help from organisations across the city.
Where to get support if you have a learning disability.
What to do if you, or someone you know, has a problem with alcohol or drugs. This is often referred to as substance misuse.
Find local groups and activities that could help you learn new skills, socialise or improve your health and wellbeing.
Free bus passes, disabled parking, borrowing wheelchairs, and how to get about if you can't use public transport.
If you're experiencing abuse or neglect, or you're worried about someone else, tell us. This is often referred to as a safeguarding concern and we can help.
Some people can't make decisions for themselves, this is known as lacking mental capacity. We can help if you can’t make decisions for yourself, or you have to make decisions for someone else.
What happens when your care and support is reviewed, and how to request a review.
Find out how to be more active, stop smoking, loose weight and other services to improve your health.
Find GPs, dentists, pharmacies, mental health support, charities and centres for children with special educational needs and disabilities.
Register with your GP to get a health check. They help adults, young people, children and babies stay healthy and well.
Who’s involved in providing support and care, and how health professionals can help you and your child.
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