Find out how to apply for the Young Carers Package and Carer's Allowance, hear stories from other young people on their experience of being a carer and get loads of info on caring for someone.
New exciting digital opportunities available for young carers as part of the Young Carers Package, accessible from home.
Different options to access mental health support during COVID-19.
New information for young carers from the Scottish Government has been provided around the spread of the coronavirus known as COVID-19. Find out more.
Find out how to apply for the Young Carer Grant, who is eligible and how to get further support as a young carer.
From cinema tickets to first aid training, young carers will soon be able to try out a special range of opportunities - totally for free! If you’re 11-18 and helping to care for a family member, friend or someone in your community, all you need is a Young Scot card to sign-up...
Young carers across Scotland can now access a special package of opportunities - totally free!
Here's all you need to know about applying for Carer's Allowance.
A carer is anyone who cares, unpaid, for a friend or family member who due to illness, disability, a mental health problem or an addiction cannot cope without their support.
We spoke to some of Falkirk & Clackmannanshire's Young Adult Carers about their experience of caring for someone and what they thought about Carer's Allowance.
We spoke to Young Carers from Broomhouse, Edinburgh about their experiences as a Young Carer and the challenges Young Carers face on a day-to-day basis.
The Carers (Scotland) Act 2016 came into force on the 1st April 2018. Find out how it might affect you if you are a young carer.
Do you know your stuff about Young Carers? Did you know how many people might be missing out on claiming Carer's Allowance?
The Scottish Government has provided answers to some of the questions you may have around the new ‘Young Carer Grant'.
Need help with applying for Carer's Allowance? Not sure if you're eligible? Ensure you aren't missing out and get support from these organisations.
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