Our autism section contains information about living with autism, caring for those with autism, and the important facts you should know. Find out where local support groups are, and how we can all help to raise awareness of this condition.
In this section we offer you advice on the ways in which you can speak up about the support which you receive. This might involve making a complaint, but could involve giving positive feedback to the people who are supporting you.
Whether you feel nervous around new technology or you're someone who likes to have the latest gadgets, these pages explain the benefits technology can bring, helping you and yours to live independently, or get fitter and healthier.
Our Care Provider Information Hub contains information for businesses, suppliers or providers working in Essex. The portal will provide information our vision, commissioning intentions, how to work with us and information on events, news or activities in Essex.
In this section:
Regaining your independence (reablement) Short-term support to help people with disabilities or people recovering from an illness to learn or re-learn skills they need to live safely at home.
Help with walking and mobilityFor people with walking or mobility issues.
Equipment and daily living aidsEquipment to help disabled people with everyday tasks such as washing and getting dressed.
Technology for independent livingTypes of alarms, sensors, monitors and detectors to help the elderly, disabled people and people with an illness to stay independent at home.
Help with meals and shoppingFor people who need help with food shopping, meal preparation and cooking.
Get help and support at homeFor people who need support from home care agencies to help with everyday tasks such as washing and taking medication.
Adult social care: get help from Essex County Council Contact Essex County Council Adult Social Care for an informal chat about your care and support needs.
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