Health and Social Care
Here you can find details of our wide range of services for adults, families and children. These include fostering and adoption, home care for the elderly and services for people with disabilities.
Adult Social Care (ASC) offer support, advice, information and guidance to enable people over the age of 18 in Lincolnshire to live more independently.
Caring for children can be a difficult task, especially if something unforeseen happens. Lincolnshire County Council is committed to providing the best possible care for children and young people all over the county and providing help wherever possible. This section gives you all the information that you need with regards to child care. Including, fostering, adoption and children's information services.
Health and social care services from the council, the NHS and others
Social Care & Wellbeing
Social Care and Health
We offer a wide range of services to the community with a range of health and social care needs.
We want to promote healthy living and social wellbeing. The section provides you with advice for adults, children and family care.
Our new set of Information, Advice and Guidance (IAG) web pages will ensure that adults who need support, and their families, friends and carers have better access to health and well-being information.
We help to look after and protect vulnerable elderly people, children in need, people with disabilities, carers of all ages, people with learning disabilities, mental health problems and those with alcohol and drug problems.
We help a range of people in Norfolk to live fulfilling and independent lives, we can also give you and your carer information and advice, even if you do not qualify for social care funding. We can also put you in touch with other organisations that may be able to help you
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