Social Services - adult care
Adults in Calderdale can get information on all aspects of social services by contacting the Gateway to Care service. In this section, you will also find information on current health and social care plans, strategies and reports, and advice on accessing your personal records.
If you find it difficult to speak to professionals and organisations, there are local groups who may be able to support you.
How to make a compliment or make a complaint to Adults, Health and Social Care.
Calderdale's plans and strategies for providing care and support to people with learning disabilities, carers and older people.
Staff at Gateway to Care offer information and advice about adult social care across Calderdale. Initially, you will be asked a series of questions about your health, wellbeing and mobility to ensure your needs are met.
Calderdale Council and Calderdale Primary Care Trust are working closely together to improve our understanding of the future health and well-being needs of the District's residents, with the aim of improving services through joint commissioning.
The vision for social care in Calderdale is as a national exemplar in providing person centred approaches that really place people in control of their lives. To make that happen we want to make changes that will make sure that the whole of adult social care works fairly for everyone.
Out-of-hours and emergency contact number for Health and Social Care and Children and Young People's Services.
The performance of social services is monitored and reported locally, in order to develop best practice, and nationally by the Care Quality Commission.
A directory of services and support for adults in Calderdale.
Adults, Health and Social Care strives to comply with the requirements of the Data Protection Act, 1998 as regards access to records for existing and former service users. This information explains the process that needs to be followed to enable people to have access to their records.