Find out what support we offer

What we can help with

We offer advice and support for a wide range of concerns. Get in touch with us if you have trouble with things like:

  • physical health
  • mental health
  • looking after yourself, such as washing, dressing and going to the toilet
  • looking after your children
  • getting around
  • taking part in your community
  • household tasks like cleaning, shopping or taking the rubbish out
  • keeping your house safe and clean

What we offer

Below, you can find out more about some of the support and advice we can offer. 

If you can not find something that sounds right for you, you can still get in touch with us and we'll try to find an organisation that can help.

You can read more about each type of support, or get in touch with us to discuss what might be right for you.

Support to stay at home

Home adaptations and occupational therapy
If you have trouble with tasks at home.

Home monitoring and personal alarms
If you're at risk of harm alone and want someone to check on you.

Meals on wheels
Hot meals delivered to your home regularly.

Care at home
Visits to your home from a carer who can help you stay healthy.

Financial support for home repairs
The Staying Put service offers money towards your home if you might otherwise need to move out.

Moving into supported housing

Sheltered housing
Housing for people who want to live independently with 24 hour support available.

Extra care housing
Similar to sheltered housing, with extra help with personal care and household chores.

Care homes and respite care
Housing for people who need care and support, including medical care.

Shared Lives
Rental rooms in a family home, with support to live independently.

Help with a disability or condition

Physical disabilities and learning disabilities
Support to live an independent, active life.

Autism
Croydon Autism Service and other local support for people with autism and families.

Mental health
Help if you feel depressed, anxious, or have another mental health concern.

Sensory impairment
This service specialises in support for visually impaired, deaf and deafblind people.

  1. See what social care is available, including:

    • help to stay at home
    • moving into supported housing
    • help with a disability or condition
  2. Let us know about your concerns.

  3. You may get some or all of your care costs covered.

    Find out about our financial assessment process.

  4. If we pay towards your care, you have several options for how to do this, including:

    • deferred payments
    • direct payments
    • virtual wallet