A Scotland where everyone who receives support or provides unpaid care can live a full and satisfying life, with the assistance they need to take regular, quality breaks from the everyday demands of their caring routines.” In Scotland it is estimated there are over 650,000 people who care for a family member, partner or friend, who may be ill, disabled, or dependent on drugs or alcohol. Short breaks provide a much needed release from the physical and emotional demands of the caring situation and help promote health and well-being.
We offer a range of services that aim to improve the quality and provision of short breaks in Scotland. These include conference, workshop and training events, information services, publications, news updates, briefing papers, and research reports.
Who are the people involved in running and governing Shared Care Scotland?
Become a Member of Shared Care Scotland and keep up-to-date with the latest news and developments. Please contact Lesley Gudgeon for further details and an application form.
Information about job vacancies with Shared Care Scotland.