We provide personal and practical support to help people lead full and active lives, maintain their independence and dignity, and have choice and control as far as they can.

How do Adult Social Services work in Brent

Get an insight into our vision for customers, what we do and how we do this.

Brent Shared Lives

Shared Lives helps vulnerable adults by placing them in the homes of carers

Preventing and reporting abuse

If you, or an adult you know is at risk, please report it.

Caring for myself and home advice

Caring for yourself in your own home and advice on choosing to live in a care home.

Eligibility, assessment and support

If you are eligible to receive services from us, find out the process and support available to you.

Getting out and about

Information on Blue badges, Taxicards and Freedom passes.

Other support organisations

View other support organisations that may be able to help you.

Paying for your care

Will you have to pay for your care?

Support for carers

Find out the help and support available for carers.

Feedback and engagement

We always try to provide excellent services, but things can sometimes go wrong. Please let us know so we can put things right.

Mental health

Find out what help and support is available for people with mental health problems

Making decisions

Find out how we help people to make their own decisions.

Deprivation of liberty

Find out how to report if someone is being kept in a residential home or in hospital against their wishes.

Brent Care Connects

Brent Care Connects is a place where our customers and carers can share skills, ask questions and give advice on a range of topics which are important to them.

Services for 14 to 25 year olds with disabilities

We provide services to young people aged 14 to 25 years old with disabilities to bridge the gap between childhood and adulthood.