We provide a variety of services for adults and older people who need support to maintain or if necessary regain the skills to live as full and independent a life as possible.
These services include:
You may be eligible to request an assessment if you are a vulnerable adult, for example, you have a physical impairment, a sensory loss, a terminal illness, are developing confusion/dementia, are frail, are vulnerable to the risk of neglect or abuse, have a learning disability, have a mental health problem, leaving hospital or are a carer.
Drugs and alcohol service
We provide a service for people affected by illegal drugs and/or prescribed drugs.
Finance and funding
These pages provide information about paying for care and who qualifies for help from us. You will also find information about the Direct Payments scheme and benefits you may be entitled to.
Help to live at home
Useful information to assist you to continue to live at home with some help including information about help with personal care, bathing and adapting your home.
South East Wales Adult Placement / Shared Lives Scheme
This scheme offers a service for vulnerable adults with adult placement carers living in their local area.
If you need ongoing care and support after your discharge, we will assess your needs so that any support or care services you need for help to live at home can be arranged before you leave hospital.
We provide a range of services for people living in the county borough who have a learning disability such as accommodation services and daytime opportunity services.
We work together with the Aneurin Bevan Health Board to provide a range of services for people with mental illness.
Protection of vulnerable adults
What is considered 'abuse' and what you should do if you believe that someone is being abused.
Registered providers of care
Caerphilly Social Services will provide care following an assessment of your needs. However there are many other organisations that provide a whole range of care services in your home or in accommodation, with support.
Residential and nursing care
Moving into a residential care home or a nursing home is an important decision and this page will hopefully help you understand some of the issues to consider.
We provide needs assessments for Adults age 18 + people who have a visual impairment, have a hearing loss or are Deaf who, as a result, find it difficult to carry out normal daily tasks in the home.
Services for older people
Caerphilly County Borough Council organises and provides a range of services for older people to help them live as independently as possible.