The Adult Services Department aims to improve the lives of vulnerable adults through promoting independence and choice and enabling people to live their lives as they wish.
Hampshire County Council’s model of care and support aims to provide and commission good quality services that offer:
The directorate focuses on policy & strategy development, prevention & early intervention, working with communities, performance management and business support. Business support includes the relationship with the integrated service centre, procurement, property, risk and information services.
The directorate is responsible for all care group community teams, individual, local and county wide commissioning of community care services and partnership working with Southern Health and Surrey Borders to deliver mental health and learning disability services. The lead for developing collaborative commissioning and integrated care teams for older people and people with long term conditions with the new CCGs falls within this directorate's remit. In addition, Ruth will manage the safeguarding team as well as being the senior professional lead for social work across the county.
Maintaining independence to reduce the likelihood of requiring adult social care services
Dealing with people's health and social care needs in the community
Short term reablement to help you regain your independence and can carry on living at home
Working with Deaf people who use British Sign Language (BSL), and are 18 and over, in Hampshire.
Delivering and developing services that meet the needs of a diverse population.
Finding the right housing and care solution for the individual Adult Services clients
Specialist advice to help you become as independent and safe as possible in your daily activities
Helping people with a diagnosed sight loss, hearing loss, or both to stay independent