Are you over 18 and providing care to friend or relative living in Aberdeenshire? If yes, Aberdeenshire Health & Social Care Partnership wants to hear your views. In preparation for the Carers (Scotland) Act 2016 commencing in April 2018, they want to hear carers’ views on what is important to them. A strategy will be written in partnership with staff, third sector organisations and carers in Aberdeenshire which will highlight the key areas that you, as carers have identified as requiring improvement/development. To complete this short questionnaire online, please click the following link: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/JZCHKRK Survey closes on 30th June.
The Carer Information Strategy has funds available to support initiatives across the Grampian region to improve outcomes for carers. Applications to this funding stream are open to third sector organisations, community and voluntary groups, and health and social care services. http://www.nhsgrampian.co.uk/nhsgrampian/gra_display_simple_index.jsp?pContentID=8531&p_applic=CCC&p_service=Content.show&
Applications for Carer Information Strategy monies now open
The Carer Information Strategy has funds available to support initiatives across the Grampian region to improve outcomes for carers. Applications to this funding stream are open to:
- third sector organisations
- community and voluntary groups
- health and social care services
You can find out further information about the fund, and how to apply by visiting
If you have an idea or project in mind that would make a difference to unpaid carers or would like more information then please contact Heather Tennant. Programme Manager – Carer Information Strategy 01224 554299 or email email@example.com
GRAMPIAN FAMILY FUN DAY
Saturday 14th May, 2016 11am – 2.30pm
Portlethen Academy AB12 4QL
Other Activities : Adult size Bouncy Castle, Candy Floss Machine, Balloon Modeller, Sound & Light Beam, Storytelling, Animates
Please note that this event is primarily for people with disabilities, their families and carers.
Booking is essential http://grampian-fun-day.eventbrite.co.uk
Or contact 01569 764221 to book a ticket or therapy slot
RNIB wants those with a couple of spare hours a month to visit a blind person
in their local area to help them use the internet. RNIB is looking to recruit
volunteers for its Online Today project which aims to help 125,000
people with sensory loss across the UK get online.
Volunteers are required to commit a few hours a month to visit blind and partially sighted
people in their own homes and help them develop digital skills like browsing
the internet, sending emails, and using an e-reader.
Since its launch in 2015, Online Today events throughout the UK have helped thousands
of people with sight and hearing loss get online.
For more information about volunteering for Online Today go to: www.rnib.org.uk/onlinevolunteer