The London Borough of Bexley provides a range of social care services to support vulnerable children and adults across the borough.
This section provides information on the support available, ranging from support with meals through to help at home and residential care. To find out more please select a category from below.
Bexley aims to boost the health and well-being of the local community and to provide help to the most vulnerable.
Our vision describes how we will work with you to help you achieve your goals.
Information for those seeking medical advice, support with mental health issues, addictions or help with rehabilitation and occupational therapy.
Find out more about the help and guidance available to those using social services - or about employment and training for disabled people.
Information on charges for nursing, residential and home care services.
Shaping prevention and early intervention for Bexley residents.
Are you or someone you know finding it difficult to manage every day activities? Check if help may be available for you.
Bexley operates an out-of-hours emergency service evenings and weekends to ensure help is always available.
The Council has produced an annual report about the delivery of adult social care in Bexley.
On 14 May 2014, The Care Act became law and will take effect from 1 April 2015.