Adult Services department structure

The Adult Services Department aims to improve the lives of vulnerable adults through promoting independence and choice and enabling people to live their lives as they wish.

Hampshire County Council’s model of care and support aims to provide and commission good quality services that offer:

  • to local communities: advice, information, early intervention and prevention
  • to those in crisis: reablement and recovery, in partnership with Health
  • to those with long term needs: care and support, personal budgets for social care and personalised support plans

Departmental Management Team

  • Director of Adults' Health and Care: Graham Allen
  • Assistant Director Policy and Strategic Commissioning: Gary Smith
  • Assistant Director Integrated Commissioning: Karen Ashton
  • Assistant Director Learning Disabilities and Young Adults: Jessica Hutchinson
  • Integrated Services Director: Karen Jackson

Adult Services teams

Community independence

Maintaining independence to reduce the likelihood of requiring adult social care services.

Community mental health

Dealing with people's health and social care needs in the community.

Occupational Therapy

Specialist advice to help you become as independent and safe as possible in your daily activities.

Deaf services

Working with Deaf people who use British Sign Language (BSL), and are 18 and over, in Hampshire.

Inclusion and engagement

Delivering and developing services that meet the needs of a diverse population.

Sensory services

Helping people with a diagnosed sight loss, hearing loss, or both to stay independent.