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Using the search bar lets you search using any combination of category, keywords and location. Category ;- use this if you know the type of results you want to find (e.g. adult care and support services, families…

Making a compliment, comment or complaint about Rutland County Council

Rutland County Council is committed to providing excellent services, and to delivering those services right first time for our customers. Where we succeed or exceed, we welcome feedback from customers who may…

Being physically active

Listed below are some resources to help you get active in a way that suits you - whether you're a complete beginner or wanting to increase your activity levels. Please be aware that some groups and services mentioned…

Coronavirus: Help for people who may struggle with guidelines

If you are supporting someone to go out in the community but are worried they will not be able to abide by the current coronavirus guidelines, Leicestershire Police and the Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) have…

What is a Designated Clinical Officer (DCO)?

Who are your DCO team for SEND? Hello! I’m Jane Young, the DCO for special educational needs and disability (SEND) for Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland. I work for the Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCG)s.…

All About Care and Support Services for adults: Frequently Asked Questions

This FAQ answers common questions people with care and support needs have. ;

Community Testing Van

The community mobile testing van is on hand to help you, your friends and family stay healthy while we are all getting back to the things we have missed. Come and say hello and collect home test kits or to ask any…

Disclaimer - Please Read

Rutland Information Service is a free, impartial directory provided by Rutland County Council. ; We do not and cannot recommend or endorse any of the services, organisations or activities listed on our…

Making Your Voice Heard: Independent advocacy for adults

The Council will involve you in any decisions made about you and your care and support. If you are unable to or have difficulty being involved, then an independent advocate might be needed.

The Housing Options Service

Preventing Homelessness If you face the threat of becoming homeless, you need to make every effort to resolve your housing difficulties. The Council has limited housing resources and most people who become…
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