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VSA Aberdeenshire Carers Service

Do you look after someone who needs help and support due to an illness, disability, mental health problem, or substance misuse? If they could not manage without your support, and you’re not employed to do this, then you are a carer.


VSA's Aberdeenshire carers service, supports adults, children, and young people who care for someone living in Aberdeenshire.

The advantage of our information and support is that we are a local based organisation. We have an in-depth understanding of the people of Aberdeenshire and take a localised approach to all our information and carers services.

We are also network partners with the National Carers Organisations, Carers Trust and Coalition of Carers which keeps us briefed with all matters relating to unpaid carers.

How can VSA's Aberdeenshire carers service support you?

Toolkits and Information

We offer a range of resources and information for anyone who has an unpaid caring role. Our range of toolkits were co-designed with carers to:

  • Help build personal resilience
  • Empower you
  • Give you the skills and knowledge you require to continue in your caring role
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Carers Magazine

** Coming Soon**

Our carer magazine, where you can find out what activities we have upcoming and also read stories from fellow carers.

Do you know of someone who is a carer or are you a carer that needs support?

Adult Referral Form

If you are an adult carer or referring an adult carer, please follow the link below to complete our online form.
Aberdeenshire Carers Support Service General Referral Form

Young Carers Referral Form

If you are a young carer or referring a young carer, please follow the link below to complete our online form.

Aberdeenshire Young Carers Service Referral Form

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