What does it do?
Community care means helping people to live as independently as possible either at home, in the community or in short or long term care. Community Care Services include:
- day care
- home care
- meals on wheels
- equipment to help with daily living
- short break care away from home
- care in residential or nursing home/long term care
- help with interpretation
- signing, minority languages, large print
- Health visitors
- District Nurses
- Self help groups
- Services from voluntary organisations
Who it is for?
These services are available to people with a wide range of needs including:
- Older people who are frail or vulnerable
- people with a physical disability
- people with a sensory disability (sight or hearing problems)
- people with a learning disability
- people with a mental health problem
- people with a drug or alcohol problem
- people with HIV and aids conditions
Where it is available?
Local service (Bury).
How to access or apply for it:
For further information call 0161 253 5151
The latest quality rating of this service by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) shows: 2 Stars - Good
Support for carers / Relief Care / Respite Care, Home from hospital services, Care options advice, Personal care at home (registered), Dementia care
Info last updated:
Town Hall Knowsley Street, Bury, Lancashire, BL9 0SW