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Adults looking for support

Adults looking for support

Adults’ Services works with people to help them age with confidence and live well in later life so that they can be independent for as long as possible. You can find more information on the West Sussex Connect to Support website.

West Sussex Connect to Support - new website

Find out more about our new website for adult social care in West Sussex.

Getting social care support

How to get social care support and information about each stage of the process.

Being healthy

Learn about what you can do to keep healthy and how to get support if you are staying in hospital or recovering at home.

Caring for someone

You can now find information about caring for someone on the West Sussex Connect to Support website.

Getting out and about

If you have a physical disability or experience other issues with travel, there are a number of schemes to help you get around the county.

Day activities

If you are keen to keep active during the day, the County Council has a number of ways in which it can help you.

Help to live at home

We want to help you to continue to live independently in your own home for as long as possible.

Keeping safe

Learn what you can do to keep yourself and vulnerable adults safe.

Access to social care records, legal and care funding advice

Find out how to access your social care records, get legal and care funding advice, and get other information about planning for your future.

What's new in Adults' Services?

Find out about the key areas of work we are focusing on in West Sussex, and how we are making improvements in difficult financial circumstances.

Have your say

Please let us know what you think about our health and social care services.

Shared Lives

The Shared Lives scheme is an imaginative way of supporting vulnerable people and people with disabilities.

Community Learning Disability Teams

Information about the teams that work with people who need a specialist service due to their learning disability. As a rough guide, this is adults with an IQ of less than 70 and whose social functioning is significantly impaired due to their learning disability.

Learning Disability Partnership Board

The LDPB is a group of people who work together to improve the lives of adults with learning disabilities across West Sussex.

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