East Riding Adult Social Care
It is important that you are happy with the support and care services that you receive and that they continue to meet your needs. If your circumstances have changed, you will require a review of your support and care arrangements. You can contact us to request a review.
The main reasons we need information about you are:
We also need information to manage and plan services, including:
The types of information can include:
Yes. In most cases you have a right to see the information East Riding of Yorkshire Council holds about you.
If you need to see the information we hold on you please contact us.
Having someone to speak on your behalf is often known as advocacy.
Advocacy means having someone who will express your views and wishes, secure your rights and represent your interests. It safeguards people who are vulnerable by speaking up for them. It enables people with physical or learning disabilities, older people and those with mental health needs to make informed choices and decisions about their own health and social care.
The council is aims to provide you with a quality service and to help us do this, we need you to tell us what you think about the support you receive.
We need to know:
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East Riding of Yorkshire Council is committed to protecting vulnerable people. If you are, or if you care for, a vulnerable adult, you need to consider how care should be provided in order to ensure the independence, safety and wellbeing of that person.
There is some advice on this on the adult safeguarding page.
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