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Welcome to Camden Care Choices

Camden Council’s website for adult care and support in Camden

  • Adult social care support

    How we can support you, who pays for your care, and different types of care settings

  • Bereavement and loss

    How to register a death, bereavement services to help with the grieving process, and support with funeral expenses

  • Care and support rights

    Your rights under the Care Act, accessing advocacy services and information we collect about you

  • Carers

    Who is a carer, support and advice for unpaid carers, carers assessments and short breaks

  • Coronavirus guidance

    Coronavirus guidance, how to access Covid tests and what to do if you have Covid symptoms

  • Direct payments

    What a direct payment is, what it can be used for and how to receive it

  • Disability

    Support for people living with autism, a learning disability, sensory needs, physical disability, and preparing for adult life

  • Equipment and technology to support independence

    Assistive technology, wheelchairs and other equipment and minor adaptations, and the Disabled Facilities Grant

  • Having your say

    There are many ways you can have a say in local health and care services, such as through Healthwatch Camden, the Disability Oversight Panel, or contacting Camden Adult Social Care

  • Living with a long term condition

    Support for people living with mental health, dementia, drugs and alcohol, HIV and AIDS

  • Money and benefits advice

    Agencies that can provide advice including employment, benefits, debt and advocacy support

  • PPE (Personal Protective Equipment)

    Use of PPE for paid homecare workers and unpaid carers

  • Reporting abuse and staying safe

    What is abuse including domestic abuse and hate crime, doorstep scams and antisocial behaviour.  How to report it and stay safe.

  • Social activities in Camden

    Find out about low cost or free activities and events in Camden by visiting RecommendMe. Events are held in local community venues or online.

  • Staying at home during Covid-19

    Practical information and resources, including access to essential supplies, befriending, money and banking

  • Supported housing for social care needs

    Living in supported accommodation including sheltered and extra care housing

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