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Social care publications list

You can either browse through the list of publications or use the search options to find what you are interested in.

  • Information packs - we produce information packs for people in certain situations. Use the 'Category' search to see what is in each pack.
  • Welfare benefits - if you are looking for welfare benefits information see our benefits directory. 

Click on the title of the publication for more information including links to either download or order a copy.

Young carers and disabled parentsFactsheet describing the support available for young carers.
Young carersInformation about young carers and the support that is available to them.
Young adult carersFactsheet describing the support available to young adult carers.
Welfare benefits For information about welfare benefits, including factsheets to download, see the Benefits A-Z.
Understanding your personal budget statement full costUnderstanding your Personal Budget Statement for people who pay the full cost of their care.
Understanding your personal budget statement contributionUnderstanding your Personal Budget Statement if you pay an assessed contribution towards the cost of your care.
Time banking for people with mental health needsThis guide will explain what time banking is and how it works.
Support when leaving hospitalSupport available to you when you leave hospital.
Support for adults with learning disabilitiesOverview of the support available from Nottinghamshire County Council to adults with a learning disability.
Shared Lives leafletShared Lives is a scheme where carers are recruited and trained to look after older people, people with physical disabilities, learning disabilities or mental health needs.  Shared Lives...
Shared Lives factsheet for service usersThis factsheet provides information about Shared Lives which is a scheme where carers are trained to look after older people, people with physical disabilities, learning disabilities or mental health...
Safety advice for older peopleAdvice on fire safety, avoiding crime at home and how to get jobs done around the home by reliable traders.
Safeguarding adults staff factsheetWhat is adult abuse? People may be targeted for abuse because they are an older person or have a learning disability, physical disability, sensory impairment or mental health needs.
Safeguarding adults public leafletExplains what we mean by adult abuse and what you can do to help stop it.
Reablement: welcome packWelcome to our reablement service, which is provided by our Short Term Assessment and Reablement Team (START).

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