Do you provide regular support to a child, partner, relative of friend who cannot manage without your help?

No matter who you are or who you care for, Carers Link is here to support you.


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We are redesigning our website and would like to include images of #EastDunbartonshire on it. If you have any photos that you would be happy for us to use please email them to whatson@carerslink.org.uk. ...

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Alzheimer Scotland are running eight information sessions over Teams in the next 2 weeks. You can attend as many or as few as you would like, just contact Angi Inch by email at AInch@Alzscot.org, or call 0141 946 0966. All of the sessions are running from about 2pm to 3pm.

23rd November – Types of Dementia
24th November – Communication & dementia
26th November – Behaviour during dementia
27th November – Power of Attorney – how to use it
30th November – Long Stay Care
1st December – Scams
3rd December – Self Directed Support
4th December – Mindfulness/spirituality
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Scottish Autism has a new service - Affinity - which provides free, personalised online support and development to autistic people and their families during Covid-19 and beyond.

Affinity will be delivered with key partners AT-Autism and a number of professionals and practitioners who will work with and alongside you, to address specific challenges, worries or concerns.

Affinity can offer support with the following:
• Assisted decision making; they will work alongside you to set goals that are meaningful to you and how to take action to achieve these goals.
• To manage stress or problem solve; they will work with you to empower you to make the changes that are important to you.

To find out more about Affinity and how to access this service, go to www.scottishautism.org/affinityor call the Autism Advice Line - 01259 222 022
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Is the person you care for in hospital? HSCPs across Scotland have received a letter from the Scottish Government which reiterates very clearly that those who are providing care to a supported person should be supported to continue providing care if that person is admitted to hospital. This includes paid and unpaid carers as they are both essential to safe effective care.

If you need support with being allowed to visit the person you care for please get in touch with us.
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