Shared Lives means that vulnerable adults who want
to live as part of a family or household can do exactly
Find out what placements are available or how to become a Shared
There are lots of organisations that can offer support and
guidance if you are directly affected by dementia or if you care
for someone who has dementia.
KCC Leader Paul Carter is stepping up the pressure on the
government to limit the care costs facing thousands of elderly
people in Kent.
If you have a disability or mobility problems and want to park
closer to shops and amenities, then you could be eligible for a
Find out how to apply.
Keeping vulnerable adults safe is everyone's responsibility. If
you are concerned about the safety or wellbeing of a
vulnerable adult find out how to report it.
The Local Account describes achievements, outcomes and
priorities for Kent Adult Social Care and is an important way in
which people can challenge and hold us to account.