Adult Social Care

Adult Social Care

Adult Social Care supports people who have care and support needs which could arise as a result of an illness or disability. This could include people who have sensory loss, physical and/or learning disabilities, mental health difficulties, autism and/or needs associated with older age. Carers of people who have support needs can also receive support themselves.

Predominantly, Adult Social Care services in Wolverhampton work with people over the age of 18 but also support young people who may already be known to children’s services as part of preparation for adulthood.

We offer a range of careers within the Council’s Adult Social Care services that support adults to remain as independent as possible within the city. These include Residential services, Community based services, Welfare rights team, Occupational therapy, Commissioning and Equipment delivery.

There are also many care career opportunities within the city’s privately operated care services such as Residential and Nursing homes, Homecare services and other support services.

If you require further information on careers available, contact City of Wolverhampton Council Adults Social Care at