Services and information
Includes Kent Test, school places, term dates, free school meals, college and sixth form
Includes libraries, country parks, arts, history and heritage, broadband, community grants, volunteering
Includes bus passes, report a problem, roadworks, disabled parking - Blue Badge, road safety
Includes jobs at Kent County Council, children's social work, adult social care, apprenticeships
Includes report abuse, adoption and fostering, care homes, care and support, health
Includes rubbish and recycling, planning applications, village greens, public rights of way, flooding and drainage, gypsies and travellers
Includes loans and funding, business waste, trading standards
Includes births, deaths, weddings and civil partnerships, citizenship ceremonies
Includes news, Council Tax, consultations, council meetings, county councillors
Apply for a disabled persons' bus pass, find out if you can get one, what to send and when you can use it.
Apply for or renew your Blue Badge, check you're eligible, how much it costs and what to send.
Activities and support for disabled people in Kent.
Alternatives to residential care homes for those who don't need full time care.
Support for you and your child, including short breaks, support centres and childcare.
Services for deaf, blind and deafblind people in Kent.
Advocacy for people with disabilities and mental health problems, and older people.
The move towards adulthood can be challenging. You'll need to consider issues such as housing, education, work and adult social care.
Information about the services we offer for people with learning disabilities.
We can set up a support plan to help you stay independent for longer. The plan will include everything that is important to you.