We assess people's needs and, if they are eligible for help from us, we will develop individual support plans. We support everyone to be as independent as possible whilst making sure they are safeguarded from harm.
The links below contain information about our services.
Easy read information booklets
- Who can get help from Adults’ Health and Care
- My meeting with Adults’ Health and Care
- Your Information
- Advocacy and the Care Act
- Tell us what you think
- Transition to adulthood (Independent Futures Team)
- What is My Life My Way?
- My Life My Way Personal Plan Guide
- What people ask us about where they can live
- About the Shared Lives scheme
- What you need to know about abuse
- The Mental Health Act and s117 Aftercare services
- Care and support in prison
- Information about the Disabled Person’s Bus Pass
- Application form for the Disabled Person’s Bus Pass
We have produced some videos of our service users and their families talking about how things like personal budgets, telecare, learning new skills and flexible support have improved their independence and confidence.
Other useful pages
My Life My Way – information about personalised care and support in Hampshire
Safe Place scheme - to help you if you get lost, scared or upset when you are out on your own
Shared Lives Scheme - a permanent home, a short stay or day care in a family home with Shared Lives carers
HCC Care homes, respite and day centres – for adults eligible for support from us
Transition to adulthood – moving from Children’s to Adults social care
Connect to Support Hampshire website – information about support and services for people with learning disabilities
Connect to Support Hampshire website – local and national groups, activities and support services
Connect to Support Hampshire website – simple list of local organisations providing regular activities
How to get involved
The main way of getting involved in discussion is through the Partnership Board and Local Implementation Groups. The Partnership Board representatives include 5 carers and 10 people with learning disabilities supported by advocacy. Board representatives often visit local groups for people in their area to talk about the learning disability plan promises.
The Partnership Board has 5 area groups called LIGs (Local Implementation Group). Transformation is just one of many topics that are discussed at the LIGs. An Adult Services representative attends these LIGS and can talk about the potential changes.
More about the Partnership Board and the LIGs.