Adult Social Care Strategy and Local Account

Information about our Adult Social Care Strategy and the Local Account can be found here.

Adult Social Care Strategy

This strategy sets out our priorities for Adult Social Care for the next three years.  

 It has been developed to support service planning and improvement; it builds on our journey to date and the learning we have taken by placing the people we serve at the heart of the decisions we make. 

It is a living document; we will build on it throughout its lifetime through consultation and co-production with the adults and unpaid carers we support.

We are confident that the priorities set out here and their focus on early intervention, prevention, engagement, and a performance framework that measures what truly matters to people, will enable us to address our most pressing challenges and deliver on our corporate vision to make Redcar and Cleveland a place where people can “live well and age well”.

You can download and view the full strategy below:

Prevention Strategy

Prevention is a crucial part of our adult social care offer here in Redcar and Cleveland. 

Many of our services are focused on preventing the development of care needs, delaying the onset of needs, or giving people the support they need to regain their independence. 

This document sets out our strategic approach for prevention in adult social care over the next three years.

You can download and view the full document below:

Adult Social Care Local Account

We're providing feedback to residents about our performance by publishing a Local Account which gives us the opportunity to share:

  • how we provide care and support
  • what we have achieved
  • the challenges we face
  • our priorities for the future

You can download and view the full document below:

LGA Peer Challenge

In February 2024, as part of our CQC Assurance preparations, we took part in a peer challenge conducted by the Local Government Association (LGA).  

The feedback received is being incorporated into our ongoing improvement plans.  

You can download and view the full report from the LGA below: 

If you need any of these documents in a different format, for example large print, please contact: 01642 771500