This area (the Health and Social Care Partnership ‘south-west’) is the only one without these facilities
Do you have an adult with learning disabilities in your family?
If so, join SAPALD, the local charity dedicated to making life better for adults and their family carers.
• Working to provide permanent residential accommodation in our area
• Working to provide suitable residential respite accommodation for adults and their family carers
• Fundraising to provide twice yearly outings for adults and carers to places of interest to them
• Establishing small community groups of adults to provide activities and entertainment for them
If you are interested in joining us, either as a family member or as an associate, please contact us via our website at www.sapald.co.uk, (where you can find application forms), our email email@example.com or write to: Secretary, SAPALD, 52 Lochend Road, Carnoustie, DD7 7QF.
We are a small family-oriented church who meet each Sunday at 11am, with a creche, Sunday School and Youth Group. All are welcome to join us. We also meet through the week for Bible Study and prayer, and have the following community groups:
– Knit & Natter, 1st and 3rd Monday of each month, 2-3.30 pm, tea & coffee etc provided. A group for those with an interest in knitting, crochet, crafting; no skill level required, all are welcome even if just to chat!
– CBC Toddlers, Tuesdays (term-time), 9.15-11.15 am, £1 per child to cover costs, tea & coffee etc provided. A group for parents, grandparents, childminders, carers and pre-school children from birth upwards. Play, weekly craft, snack, and song time.
– 1st Saturday of the month (not July/August), Men’s Breakfast, 8.30-10.30 am. Breakfast provided, discussion on matters of faith and friendship.
Talking Point provides a relaxed, safe, non-judgmental environment for men to talk about their state of mind and how it affects their lives. There is no requirement to speak, but we recognise the challenges and stigma of mental health difficulties, particularly among men, and hope to provide a place to help change this.
Meets 7pm, 1st Wednesday each month, currently at Laing Park, home of Carnoustie Panmure FC. Tea & coffee etc provided.
East Day Home
Kings Cross Hospital
The Scottish Health Council supports and promotes communities and health and social care organisations working together to shape services and help ensure they best meet the needs of those using them, their families and carers. Support we provide includes meeting with communities and groups to raise awareness of the spectrum of different ways people can give feedback, share views, raise concerns and use their experiences to help shape services, and of the support available to do so. We also run free Voices Scotland workshops which to help people understand the structure of health and social care and how to work together with services to identify and deliver improvements. If you would like us to come and speak to your community or group or run a workshop, please contact us at our local office.
Gowrie Care provides support to more than 1000 people across Angus, Dundee, Edinburgh, Fife, Glasgow and Perthshire.
We support people with learning disabilities and Autism, mental health, complex needs, people who have experienced or are at risk of homelessness, and the care needs associated with older people.
Support can be provided in a residential setting or in the client’s own home as appropriate.
The MS Group in Angus welcomes anyone who suffer MS in Angus.
We hold monthly social outings with good food and cheerful conversation.
We also provide emotional and financial support to anyone who suffers MS in Angus and their carers.
Our contact numbers are:
Ina McBeath – 01241 829054
Angus Group Office – 01307 466113
Block C, Room 025
Tayside Cancer Support offers the opportunity for anyone affected by cancer in Tayside to receive emotional, social and practical support, either on an individual basis or in a group setting.
The charity has been in existence since July 1994, and is made up of an Executive Committee of voluntary Trustees, one paid employee and approximately twenty volunteer befrienders. We work with cancer patients, their families, carers and friends. We do this alongside healthcare professionals and other charities and support groups to provide vital support and information.
We named our walking group OOTANABOOT because that is what we do, go out and about, mainly in Angus but occasionally we stray into Aberdeenshire and even Dundee.
OOTANABOOT is the result of an initiative by Angus Council, NHS Tayside and Paths for All who promote health walks, in Arbroath, Carnoustie, Edzell, Forfar, Kirriemuir, Letham and Montrose. Brechin, sadly, had to break away because we were, quite correctly, no longer considered doing health walks, chiefly because we ventured out of Brechin and walked over an hour.
The principles are the same though which is to allow, mainly older folks though we welcome younger ones, to enjoy socialising while exercising, admiring the wonderful scenery in our area. All walks are risk assessed; a four monthly programme is made up with suggestions from those participating so that choice is always there. Cars are available for transport, drivers receiving a thank you penny at the end or a coffee and cake at the many coffee shops we find on our travels!
Why walk, you ask? Well……………………….
It improves mood and may reduce the risk of depression.
Lowers the risk of strokes and can control diabetes
Can also reduce the risk of heart disease by half
You don’t need special equipment
It’s a chance to make new friends, feel good and have fun.
Join us each Wednesday at 1pm (13.00) – we meet and leave from Brechin Library. You will be made to feel very welcome.
Established in 2009, Carnoustie Social-Eyes is the only independent social group for Blind or partially sighted people in Angus. The members, who all have a visual impairment, exclusively run Social-Eyes. The group meet on the first Tuesday of every month in Carnoustie.
Members have the opportunity to chat over coffee and biscuits in a relaxed, informal and empathetic way.
Members also enjoy regular talks given by guest speakers, quizzes, and tactile board games. Highlights of the year are the summer and Christmas lunches, and a visit to the local pantomime.
The cost is £1 per month.
New members are always welcome.
If you, or someone you know has a visual impairment, and are interested in joining Carnoustie Social-Eyes, please contact the Secretary, Margaret Morrison on 01241 854936, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the group website at http://www.social-eyes.scot/ or follow us on Facebook.
We are supplementary Russian School in Dundee. We meet every Saturday during the term time at Craigie High School in Dundee.
Our curriculum includes subjects of Russian, Art, Math, Drama. We have classes for children and adults.
We organise cultural and educational events and aim to promote Russian culture in Scotland.
We also provide excellent volunteering opportunities.
We are keen to make new friends with the organisations of similar ilk and open to any ideas promoting diversity and pursuing charitable goals.
Kinloch Kids Club is an Out of School Care Club aimed at providing good quality affordable childcare. We aim to promote and encourage the development of children within a safe, secure and friendly environment, enabling them to play and have fun with other children enhancing social skills and gaining confidence in themselves within a supportive environment
Brechin Healthcare Group (BHG) is a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SCIO), No. SC047731.
BHG’s charitable purposes are:
To advance health and the relief of those in need by reason of age, ill health, disability, or financial hardship, or other disadvantage.
To advance health, through the provision of medical equipment and facilities, and through the provision of relief to those suffering from illness.
BHG has been formed to benefit the community of Brechin and Edzell and The Glens. Geographically the community is roughly within a radius of 10 miles from Brechin, but also includes those areas of the Angus Glens and south Aberdeenshire covered by GP Practices in Brechin and Edzell.
The therapies that I offer are:
Hypnotherapy, EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique), Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) and REIKI can help treat matters of the mind and body which perhaps hold you back from reaching your full potential in any aspects of your life’s journey.
Please visit my website HYPNOTAP for further information
So if you:
Are you looking to change your life?
Are there issues and problems you would like to be rid of?
Anything at all that is holding you back from getting the most out of life?
Well, this could be as simple as changing your thought patterns or your beliefs about yourself because your reality is created by your “beliefs,” usually deep seated beliefs, sometimes ingrained from birth. It is from these beliefs that we form our perceptions about the world and ourselves, and from these perceptions we develop our behaviours and how we deal with life.
So if you want to make the changes in your life so that you can do what you want to do and be all you want can be an aid to help you reach your full potential. These therapies are not magic wands but techniques to help you overcome any outdated thoughts and beliefs to enable you to live the life and achieve the goals you dream of.
I can also offer an alternative to the above in the form of a Reiki treatment. The Reiki system of healing is a safe, gentle, non-intrusive technique to treat physical or emotional problems or simply for relaxation. It is a holistic system for balancing, healing and harmonising all aspects of the body and when the whole body is in balance it can heal itself.
Discover the real you and tap into your full potential now!
9, Haymaket Terrace
Chest Heart and Stroke Scotland works locally in Angus
to improve the quality of life for people after a stroke,
or diagnosis of a chest or heart condition.
provide vital advice, support and information
Freephone 0808 801 0899
arrange group and 1-1 support in hospital and in your local community
provide volunteering opportunities across Angus
Ninewells Hospital & Medical School
NHS Tayside provides health care services for people in Dundee, Angus and Perth & Kinross.
For a full lsit of services, please visit our website http://www.nhstayside.scot.nhs.uk and keep up to date with the latest news by following us on social media.
Follow us on Facebook – http://facebook.com/NHSTayside
Follow us on Twitter – http://twitter.com/NHSTayside
We are a voluntary organisation working with all members of the public to enhance the community spirit and connection of all individuals in the Arbroath & District area.
Colourful Carnoustie is a group of volunteers who are dedicated to improving the environment, primarily through developing and maintaining the floral ‘look’ of the town. We work with local schools and organisations and in both 2015 and 2016 Carnoustie won gold awards in the Beautiful Scotland competition. We took a year out in 2017 but are now gearing ourselves up for a vigorous and enjoyable 2018, especially with the Open in the town this July.
Carnoustie to Barry is a long town. Our efforts to date have mostly been focused on the town centre, but we would like to expand west along Dundee Street and Barry Road. And to do this we need help! Help of any kind is much appreciated, whether in providing ideas, helping with projects, an hour or two of planting up or weeding, taking responsibility for watering one or some planters, fund-raising, or simply following us on Facebook and spreading the word.
30 Glebe Court
This service is available for elderly residents within Kirriemuir, surround area and Angus.
The centre is open Monday – Saturday, looking to open on a Sunday.
Enabling people to live independently in their own homes longer, for social contact and respite.
Volunteer driver service may be available to people out with the Kirriemuir area.
8 Grant Rd, Arbroath
Care About Angus is a company developed under the principles of social enterprise providing a home help service. This means the (role of) employees and people receiving home care will have a greater say in the companies activities and the way it goes about business. The new and more democratic approach to service delivery is based on the relationships of trust between the people providing home help services and the people receiving the services. In essence, the means Care About Angus will always act in the best interest of the people involved and provide a unique person-centred service: always positive and actively caring.
Care About Angus offers a local person-centred service to assist people at home with the following;
Light meal preparation
Prescription pick up
Escort to local appointments
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