Many of us, at different times in our lives, will need help to cope with an event or issue affecting us.
It could be help to recover from an illness or injury, or help to cope with getting older, or to cope with the pressures of caring for a relative or loved one.
Often, we just need a bit of advice or information about ways to manage for a short time, or a small piece of equipment so we can continue. At other times we may need someone else to support us, or to change some part of our life like the home we live in or how we do day to day tasks so we can continue to have a good life.
Sheffield Directory has the information and advice to help you.
Most of the groups and services you can contact directly. There are details of local charities and voluntary groups in the city, and care providers like home care companies and residential care homes. We also have details of local services that help in the home like cleaners, gardeners, handy persons and people that can do small jobs for you.
If you’d like to speak to someone to get some advice the Adult Care and Wellbeing First Contact Team can help. Call 0114 273 4908, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you think you need the Council to help you arrange or pay for your care and support, the Council will follow rules to work out if you need support and what you can afford to pay. You can find out more about the assessment process on the Council website:
There's a lot of useful advice and videos about the assessment process on the SCIE website.
SCIE is the Social Care Institute for Excellence - sharing knowledge, improving lives.
To find advice the directory has sections on living independently, healthy living, housing and more.
Or you can use the search box at the top of each page to find advice or local services.