Adult social care in the Bradford district
One of Bradford Council’s key priorities at this time is to ensure the safety of those who might need addition support through adult social care services.
We are working closely with all our key partners and service providers, like residential and nursing care homes, home support and supported living services, and our health service and voluntary and community sector to make sure that we can continue to support you.
We are following government guidance in the way we respond to the COVID-19 virus and, as a result, there may be some changes to the way services need to be delivered to you or a relative.
If you are in a residential care setting, it is likely that the care home will be asking visitors to follow the latest social distancing advice to protect you.
For those who usually attend a day time active, we will be asking those providers to work with us to support you in other ways from your own home for this period.
If you are within a supported living setting, your support workers will be helping you to observe the social distancing guidance.
If someone visits you at home to help with personal care tasks, there may be some variation to your usual service, including different care workers coming or a change to the times of visits. This is because care staff also need to follow the guidance and self-isolate for a period if they or a family member is unwell.
If you have any concerns or questions about your care arrangements you can contact the Adult Social Care Information and Advice Hub on 01274 435400.