Our person-centred approach, developed in line with the Carers Act and the Carers’ Charter, is focused on improving the health and wellbeing of carers so that they can continue to care and have a life alongside caring.

We offer...

Community-based and person-centred support to carers living throughout Scotland. 

Our support always starts with agreeing a support plan that is unique to each carer and captures their individual requirements and desired personal outcomes.  We do not deny the reality that many carers find the world increasingly challenging, but we choose to focus on people’s interests, strengths and dreams yet to be realised.  A support plan may include:

  • Connecting with local resources and support networks
  • Staying involved in social activities and choosing to try new things
  • Maintaining education, work or volunteering
  • Building resilience and developing self-help skills
  • Building and maintaining relationships with friends and family

Support could be a few hours each week or could be for a whole ‘holiday’. 

Support varies depending on each person’s situation, but is always focussed on the agreed personal outcomes; read about Paul, here.  Our person-centred approach means that we always put the person and their needs first.

For further information or to discuss what support options are available in your area, contact us via our online form or give us a call on 0300 666 3030