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We are offering a fascinating course in Geneaology in partnership with Highland Archive Services. This will run on the first Monday of every month between 10am and 12pm for 4 months and starting on 1 September. If you are interested in joining this please check out the training/events calendar or Tel: 01463 723560.

 

Connecting Carers aims to:

  •     improve support, services and recognition for anyone caring for someone in the Highlands
  •     support carers to be key partners in the planning and delivery of health and social care
  •     empower carers to manage their caring role and have a life outside caring (through Carers Support Plans)
  •     keep carers informed through the Network Bulletin and a range of other channels


If you would like to talk to us about your caring role, please contact us by telephone, email, or visit us.

Connecting Carers
Glen Orrin
High Street
Dingwall
IV15 9TF

Carers Support Line 01463 723560

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Time 2 Be Fund now spent

Connecting Carers is very sorry to announce that the 'Time 2 Be' fund, which is made available through Shared Care Scotland's Creative Breaks initiative, has now been spent. At this time, there are no funds available for 'Time 2 Be' or 'Wee Treats'. There are still some applications being processed and carers will hear the outcome of these in due course.

The funding provides opportunities for carers to be at the centre of planning and decision making about their Time 2 Be, and for their break/activity to be genuinely personalised - be it an opportunity to spend time alone, with a friend or with the person they care for. At July 2014, approximately 180 carers have been awarded money from these funds for short breaks in Highland. 

The aim of Time 2 Be is to enhance and develop the quality of life of carers and to support their caring role. The distinctive feature of Time 2 Be is that it should be a positive experience for carers, providing the opportunity to have:

  •     A break from day-to-day routines
  •     The experience of doing something new
  •     Time to rest and recharge the batteries
  •     Opportunities to meet new people and maintain friendships
  •     Time for personal interests, leisure or cultural activities
  •     Improved health and well-being
Carers Info

All carers invited to @kingsmillshotel Inverness tomorrow (Fri 13 June) for our FREE carers event 10am and FREE ceilidh & dinner at 7pm.

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