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Care Services

  • Advice for CarersCarer Support

    Carer Support

    A carer qualifies for support if they provide help and support to someone they know, such as a family member or a friend, and they have been assessed as eligible for support to continue in their caring role.

  • Respite Breaks for Carers of Adults

    "Traditionally, respite care has meant a break in a care home or nursing home. This type of break may be suitable for some but people want more choices about how, where and when the break is provided. Families or couples may want to have a break together with some extra support, or they may choose to have some time apart. Breaks will vary from a few hours to a few weeks and may be arranged on a regular, planned basis, as a holiday or to deal with an unexpected emergency." (Shared Care Scotland)

  • Mother and ChildCare Services for Children and Young People

    Care Services for Children and Young People

    We work in partnership with parents and families to assess children's and young people's needs and act together to provide the most appropriate support and services.

  • Young coupleCare Services for Adults

    Care Services for Adults

    We provide social care services for adults with a range of complex needs and disabilities.

  • older peopleCare Services for Older People

    Care Services for Older People

    We provide a range of services for the older people in our communities, whether you require support in your home and daily life, following a spell in hospital, or in a care home.

  • Physical Disability Services

    West Lothian Council provides a range of services for adults with disabilities aimed at promoting and maximising independence.

  • Older couple on sofaSupport at Home Service

    Support at Home Service

    The Support at Home Service was launched in 2012 and incorporates the Home Safety Service, Crisis Care, Re Ablement, Domiciliary Care and Apetito frozen meals.