Let's talk about Adult Social Care services

Closed 9 Apr 2024

Opened 27 Feb 2024


Supporting all of our residents to thrive over the course of their lifetimes – to start well, live well, and age well – is a key priority in Southwark. We know that the best way to achieve this is by working together.

Everyone has a role to play in helping each other to live a good life including residents, family and friends, communities, high quality adult social care services, the wider Council, and other public sector partners – like the NHS.

Adult social care is the range of services that support adults (age 18+) with care and support needs (related to old age, physical and learning disabilities, sensory, mental health, or substance misuse needs) to live independently. 

You can find our current priorities attached at the bottom of this page.

We want to talk to you about how our adult social care offer can work best in the future, and what role you and other parts of the community will play.  We particularly want to hear from Southwark residents, or people who are interested in social care services in the borough.

This survey is your opportunity to think about the future across a broad range of issues and opportunities that contribute to people living a good life. This is in addition to previous specific surveys we have published regarding our immediate plans in Adult Social Care and how we support carers – we will make sure all of the feedback provided from all surveys is brought together to support this work.

If you require this survey in a different format or have accessibility requirements please contact Commissioning.Engagement@southwark.gov.uk or 07949876615

The council's adult social care team are working with their appointed consultants, PPL consulting, to run this survey.  We look forward to hearing from you by the closing date, 9 April 2024

There is an easy-read version of this survey available at this page: Easy-read survey 



  • All Areas


  • Disabled people
  • Older people


  • Communities
  • Older People