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Help in your home and community

Staying independent is the best way to stay healthy whether you have care needs, a disability or need support into older age. It is important that you can continue to lead an active and fulfilling lifestyle, while remaining safe and secure in your own home,…

Housing and accommodation for care leavers

You will be encouraged and supported to remain in positive, caring settings until you are ready to move on. Ideally we would like you to ‘stay put’ or remain in supported lodgings post your 18th birthday, as we recognise that the majority of young people…

Housing and care homes

You can find information about housing advice and support, and different housing options here. If you have care and support needs may be considering moving from your home, or making changes to your home, to help you remain independent. There are a variety of housing…

Independent advocacy for care leavers

There are independent advocacy services that can be accessed should the need arise: NYAS – www.nyas.net The National Youth Advocacy Service (NYAS) is a rights based charity which operates across England and Wales for children, young people and adults.  NYAS offers a variety of services…

Information for childcare providers

This information is for all childcare providers in Warrington, provided by the council's Families Information Service, Early Years, and Childcare Training teams.

Neighbourhoods in Warrington

Neighbourhoods in Warrington works with the local community to identify community priorities and find solutions to them.  It is a partnership of organisations including the council, health, police, community, faith and voluntary groups, businesses and residents. South Latchford West Stockton Heath Grappenhall & Thelwall Hatton,…

Participating in society for care leavers

'Having your Say’ As a care-experienced person you have the right to have your say about your experiences.  This is for everyone, no matter how young they might be, and we want to hear from you.  The Council specifically wants to know how it can…

Paying for a care home

If you need to move permanently into a residential or nursing care home, you will usually have to pay something towards the costs. For many people this will mean that most of your income will go towards the fees. If you are in a nursing…

Paying for care and support services

Depending on your financial situation, if you are eligible for care and support services, you may be asked to pay all or part of the cost of your care and support services. Some people arrange and pay for their own care and support services. This…

Paying for childcare

Childcare costs differ for each provider.  Search the childcare section of this website to find your chosen provider and find out the costs. To qualify for help with childcare costs the childcare provider you use must be registered by Ofsted. All 3 to 4-year-olds in England can get…