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Surrey Adult Social Care Services


Adult Social Care services provided or arranged by Surrey County Council aim to help vulnerable adults to maintain their independence and promote their well-being. Adult Social Care can also assess the needs of carers who look after a vulnerable adult.

Services are provided to people who have special educational needs and disabilities, mental health conditions and the elderly.

The government has set national eligibility criteria for adult care and support and carers' support under the Care Act 2014. This means people get the same access to care and support wherever they live. Your eligibility is determined by an assessment of your support needs. There is a separate set of eligibility criteria for carers.

Information and advice and assessments are free. However, there may be a cost to any care and support services you receive from Adult Social Care. A financial assessment will be made to work out how much you can afford to pay towards this cost.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Adult Social Care
0300 200 1005
  • Updated: 30 Nov 2022