Supporting you to live your best life
Adult Social Care aims to help people stay independent, safe and well so they can live the lives they want. This includes people who are frail or have physical or learning disabilities, mental health needs or issues with substance misuse, and any carers who look after them. Visit our Adult social care and support webpages for all the information about the care and support available in Surrey.
See our care and support for adults' section for sources of care and support information in Surrey.
Better planning, better lives
It's never too early to start planning for your future or helping your loved ones to plan. We have partnered with Age UK Surrey to help you plan ahead and know what your care and support options are and what costs are involved. Take a look at the Surrey Age UK website which can help you, or someone you know, make informed decisions and help you to be more prepared.
Connect to Support Surrey
This is our online directory of local support and services to help you, or your loved ones, stay independent and support for you if you look after someone. Connect to Support Surrey can direct you to care and support options in the county that include a range of information and services from community groups to help at home.
Visit the Connect to Support Surrey website to see the online directory and get all information and details you may need.
Be Scam Aware
If you're being plagued by nuisance calls, texts, emails or knocks at your door which are pressuring you into making a quick decision? Stop! Take 5 and if in doubt, keep them out!
Buckinghamshire and Surrey Trading Standards can offer free no cold calling stickers and call blockers, see our Trading Standards webpage for more information. You can also help to stop fraudsters by coming to free webinars and signing up to the e-newsletter.
Your voice matters
We also want to hear from more local people about what would help them to live safe, healthy and fulfilling lives, to help improve support provided in our communities. Find out more on our Your voice matters to Adult Social Care webpage.