Support to do the things that interest you, sport or social activities, to get out and about.
Support to enable you to work, study, volunteer. This is different from support such as Access to Work.
Support to enable you to use local facilities and be a part of your community
Communication support (for example, a sign language interpreter)
Support in the wider world (for example, someone with a learning difficulty might need a support worker to enable them to navigate a new area or a new routine).
Support to care for someone else
Support to enable you to care for a child
Social care is not health care. It does not treat or cure people, but supports people with conditions and impairments in their daily lives. You access social care through your local authority, who will: