Long term conditions

Long-term conditions can affect many parts of a person's life. Get help, support, and guidance from Wakefield Council with long-term conditions with services such as our wheelchair service, helping hands information, safer places scheme, blind or disabled person's travel pass, and much more.

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  • Safer places scheme

    Read more about our Safer Places Scheme a voluntary scheme that aims to assist vulnerable people with learning disabilities, autism, and dementia to feel safer when travelling independently.
  • Autism

    Read more about Autism a lifelong condition that affects both children and adults and information about getting a diagnosis for you or your child.
  • Blind or disabled person’s travel pass

    Learn more about how you can apply for a blind or disabled person’s Travel Pass via the application form, as well as further information about concessionary travel.
  • Learning disabilities community teams

    Learn about our community teams for adults, and young people over 18 with Learning Disabilities in Wakefield. They work together to provide social work and community nursing support.
  • Disabled facilities grant process

    Read about our disabled facilities grant process and how it works, who can get a disabilities grant, and what you can use it for.
  • Wakefield Learning Disability and Autism Partnership Board

    The Wakefield Learning Disability and Autism Partnership Board helps us make sure that we meet the needs of people with learning disabilities in Wakefield.
  • Dementia

    Learn more about dementia and find out about local communities in place to support those who have it.
  • Day opportunities

    The day opportunities service supports individuals with learning disabilities and/or autism and other complex physical health needs to develop their skills to become more independent.
  • Supporting you in your home

    Are you struggling at home with day-to-day life? If you are over 18 years old and have a disability or a long-term illness that affects independence and safety to carry out daily tasks we may be able to help.

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