Tuesday 17th and Tuesday 24th January 2017, 12pm – 2.30pm at The Circle Dundee. Positive Pathways Scotland is for parents and carers of children and young people (aged between 5 and 18 years old) with an autism diagnosis. Our training programme offers: 2 free training sessions with a focus on understanding emotional and behavioural challenges […]
Our What’s On Guide for January and February 2017 is now available to download.
We’re now registered with Give As You Live which means you can help Dundee Carers Centre just by shopping online! Shop with your favourite stores and a donation will be made to Dundee Carers Centre without costing you a penny extra. Shop at thousands of leading stores like Amazon, Expedia and John Lewis. Get started raising […]
Our latest newsletter is now available. Download your copy now.
Our Annual Report for 2015-16 is now available, Click here to download a copy or you can pick up a printed copy from the C Gate, Seagate House, Seagate, Dundee.
The SDS team are consulting with those who use the centre and carrying out some joint work with Dundee Health and Social Care Partnership. Dundee Carers Centre currently have links on the MY LIFE PORTAL webpage which appears on the Dundee Health and Social Care Partnership website. You can use this page to find out […]
The Dundee My Life website can help you to find information about extra support to help with your care needs. It can help you or the person you care for see more clearly what services are available in the local area, and how to access them. It brings together support and services from social care, health, […]
ILF Scotland are holding an engagement event at Dundee University on Tuesday 12th July, 10.30am – 3pm. This is an opportunity for disabled people to have their views heard about how ILF Scotland should best use the additional money for the new fund. For more information or to book, visit http://ilf.scot/events You can also email […]
15th June 2016, 10.30am – 3.30pm at Station Hotel, Perth. Transport Scotland is working with disabled people’s organisations to develop an Accessible Travel Framework. They want to know your views on disabled people’s access to transport. At this open day you will: Have a chance to tell us about the problems you have using public […]
Some of the SDS Team visited Health & Social Care Students at Dundee and Angus College on 3rd May, 2016 to tell them about SDS and about Personal Assistants being a potential employment avenue for them. It was a great visit with the students being very interested both in SDS and the Personal Assistant role. […]