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Social Care

Social Services

We provide social care to help people to live more independently. We work with adults and children who use our services, their families and carers, staff and other organisations to make sure our services are the best they can be. We work jointly with colleagues in the health authority in order to provide a co-ordinated service.

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Adult Services
Adult Social Care & Community Services

Conwy's Adults Social Care and Community Services provide a range of community care facilities, available to anyone aged 18 or over who needs advice, support or care because of their particular needs.

Children, Young People and Families
Children, Young People and Families

We work closely with children and young people, their parents, relatives or other carers and with other organisations to find the best solution to meet the needs of families.

Supporting Services
Services Offering Support

Information about our occupational therapy services; home care services; residential and nursing services; health services and help for carers.

Help, Advice and Benefits
Help, Advice and Benefits - Social Services

In these pages you can find out about the assessment process, and see information about money matters like the Direct Payments scheme, benefits advice and our charging policies. You can also find other useful information about things like how to look at your social care record.

Getting Help at Home
Getting Help at Home

Conwy provides various services to those who need help with daily tasks. Support can be long or short term, depending on your circumstances and is aimed at promoting independence.

General Information
General Information - Social Services

For information on careers, structures, key documents including annual reports, partnerships, complaints, consultations, frequently asked questions and general information.

Contact Us - Social Services
Contact Us - Social Services

How to contact us about protection of vulnerable adults; child protection; emergency/out of hours services; social services teams.

Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Act 2014

Care and support in Wales is changing.

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Conwy County Borough Council,
Bodlondeb, Conwy,
North Wales, LL32 8DU.
Telephone: 01492 574000
Fax: 01492 574559
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