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Calling all unpaid carers... Time to Live Grants available for Glasgow Carers
Are you a carer in Glasgow? Do you need a break to recharge?
The Time to Live programme provides 12-month grants to carers centres in Glasgow to develop and deliver micro grants schemes for all carers including adult carers, parent carers and young carers.
These Time to Live projects enable carers to access funds and support to help them take short breaks that meet their needs. Funding is provided by the Scottish Government and administered by Shared Care Scotland
Grants up to £300 are currently available. Eligibility criteria applies. Find out more by contacting your local Glasgow carer centre Your Support Your Way Glasgow - Local Carer Centres in Glasgow (yoursupportglasgow.org)
COVID-19 information and guidance
- COVID-19 Scottish Government Guidance - including the most up-to-date regulations
NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde website
- NHS Inform
- Long Covid Information
Herbert Protocol for people with Dementia
In September 2021, Glasgow HSCP along with Community Planning Partners (Glasgow City Council, Police Scotland and others) and Alzheimer Scotland launched the Herbert Protocol. Families, friends and carers of people living with dementia are being urged to complete the form that can help find people more quickly if they go missing. You can find out more about the Herbert Protocol and access the form on our dedicated webpage. Watch the video, which includes a carer’s voice at the heart of it and talks about how the protocol can make a real difference in helping to keep people living with dementia safe.
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Power of Attorney (POA)
Power of Attorney is a legal document giving a nominated person the authority to act or make decisions on another person's behalf if that person is no longer able to look after their financial or personal affairs.
Families across Glasgow are being urged to obtain Power of Attorney - a legal document that allows an agreed person to act on their behalf in the event of an emergency, illness or accident.
Power of Attorney is a legal document. It requires solicitor involvement. For people on low income, assistance can be accessed through the city's Community Law Centres or GAIN network.
Find out more about about POA or follow the conversation on Twitter #GlasgowPOA
Carers can also talk to someone by contacting your local carers centre or the Carer Information Line.