News & Events

The Future for Young Carers - 2018 and Beyond Conference ...

A conference for anyone interested in the wellbeing and development of Young Carers in Highland.
16 November 2017, 09.30 - 15.30 hrs. Smithton Church, Culloden, Inverness

Some of the day's events include:

  • A look at caring from a young carers perspective
  • Implication of the Carers (Scotland) Act 2016 and the duty of care
  • Young Carer Positive Schools Award

Guest Speakers:

  • Edward Reid, Britain's Got Talent Finalist and former Glasgow Young Carer

  • Cathy Begley, Participation and Education Officer, Children & Young People's Commissioner Scotland

    To find out more and book your place click here

Carers (Scotland) Act 2016 Draft Regulations ...

The Carers (Scotland) Act 2016 will come into force on 1st April 2018. The intention of the Act is to ensure that unpaid carers are supported on a more consistent basis so that that can continue to care, if they so wish, in good health and to have a life alongside caring.

Before this happens the Government is seeking stakeholders views on the Act's draft regulations to ensure that they are appropriate, fit for purpose and avoid any potential unintended consequences.

We would like to invite your views on each of the draft regulations and you can view them here: draft-regulations-under-the-carers-act-2016

This consultation process closed on 24 September 2017.

Self-Directed Support and Dementia: Making the Law Work for You. ...

A FREE half-day event for people with dementia, unpaid carers and the third sector.

Monday 13 November 2017, 12.30pm-3.30pm
Smithton Church, Murray Road, Smithton, Inverness IV2 7YU

For more information on how to book your place clilck on the link below.

3-R-s-Roadshow-13th-November-flyer1.pdf

Review of the Year and Carers (Scotland) Act 2016 ...

We are delighted to invite carers, professionals and those interested in the work of Connecting Carers to join us at the Highland Archive Centre for a review of our activities over the past 12 months.
 
The review will look at the challenges faced by Connecting Carers, Highland Carers Advocacy and Connecting Young Carers and explore the impact of the care agenda and increasing numbers of unpaid carers in Highland.  We will also be sharing highlights and successes of the past year.

An event for Mental Health Carers ...

5th September 2017 in Dingwall

Carers Trust Scotland and Scottish Patient Safety Programme are holding an event for mental health carers, service users and staff.

To promote improved carer involvement, promote safer mental health services, and support recovery we want mental health carers, carer support staff and health and social care staff to come together for a lively discussion around improving communication, sharing of information and partnership working.

 
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