Find out ways to help you or someone you care for to stay in their own home.
SMILE (Supportive Multi-Ability Inter-Generational Life Experiences) provides day activities and projects for older people, adults with learning disabilities, autism and individuals who require specialist support.
A care home provides support, care and accommodation for elderly people unable to live independently.
In Doncaster there are at least 33,364 unpaid carers who play a vital role in the provision of health and social care to friends and relatives. We recognise that often unpaid carers are providing this care alongside their traditional paid employment.
These days there is loads of technology available that people are using (often with help from relatives) to stay independent, safe and well. Take a look at the examples below for some inspiration.
Having a break is likely to help you cope with caring and give you time to recharge your batteries.
Shaping and developing the care and support market to meet our needs.
The importance of good quality, effective learning and development cannot be underestimated by providers wanting to deliver excellent outcomes for service users.
The NMDS-SC is a data recording system developed by Skills for Care to provide a profile of the social care workforce. This acts as a primary data source on workforce issues.
Advocacy is a way of protecting and asserting our rights. If someone speaks on your behalf, they are commonly known as an advocate.