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Our service was introduced as a direct result of listening to and consulting with those on the spectrum and those who support them.
If you live in the parish of Warndon or St Peters you will also pay a small amount for parish council services.
You pay your Council Tax to the City Council and we send the county, police or parish the amounts they have asked for.
Our collaboration with others enables us to be creative and flexible and ensure service users are supported holistically.
We are innovative and unique in our approach, being both holistic and person-centred.
The offer was the option of an adult social care authority being able to increase its relevant basic amount of Council Tax for the financial year beginning in 2016 by an additional 2% without holding a referendum, to assist it in meeting expenditure on adult social care functions.