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Sunday 21 July 2019
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Our teams

This section provides information on our teams, for additional information please see our services section, or visit the further information area.


We hope that you will find the pages useful and helpful.


  • male sat on chair smiling at female Adult Health and Social Care Contact TeamWhen you contact the Adult Health & Social Care Contact Team, our first line response officers will signpost and advise you on a range of community services and support that may help.
  • Group of older people, standing in a garden Adult Safeguarding, Extra Care and Review TeamEvery year we review (reassess) the care provided to individuals living in residential and nursing homes, where adult social care has arranged the care. We make sure the care is still meeting their needs. If there are a number of residents with the same issues, this suggests there may be a problem with the home.
  • happy woman, smiling Community learning difficulties teamWe are a multidisciplinary team who support people with learning disabilities with a wide range of issues. We look at the person's strengths and needs when developing plans, and aim to provide 'just enough support' to enable people to maximise their independence.
  • One male Carer with one maleservice user. Resident young man, and staff member looking at paperwork at a table Intermediate Care Social Work TeamBased in five locations, we assess the needs and the impact on wellbeing of adults who are using intermediate care services. Depending on eligibility, we support the adult to achieve their outcomes: by arranging and co-ordinating care and support services; by providing information, advice, signposting or referral to other organisations.
  • meeting, group of women listening Social work in the integrated care teamsIf you need longer-term support, you will be referred to one of our integrated care teams, where social workers and district nurses work together. We will continue to assess what you can do by yourself and what you need support with.