Often forgotten, as many people don’t really think of themselves as ‘Carers’ as they see looking after someone as a responsibility of marriage, family or friendship – nevertheless ‘Carers’ need help too and the Centre has established links with the Fife Carers Centre to whom any staff member can refer you for assistance. You can contact them yourself. If you require to be seen Cindy, the Support Worker can arrange to see you here at the Centre. To find out more ask at Reception or go to the Fife Carers Centre web-site at www.fifecarerscentre.org.uk
Care Information Scotland is a telephone and website service providing information about care services for older people living in Scotland.
On the Care Information Scotland website you will find information about:
If you would prefer to talk to someone, please call the helpline on 08456 001 001 (calls charged at local rate).
If English is not your first language, there is a translation service called Language Line which can provide someone to translate between you and the helpline staff member.
Or send them an online enquiry.
You can also download information from our library of leaflets below:
Whatever your question about care, we will do our best to help you find the information you need.