Our carers support team work across all localities in Dundee and supports carers of all ages
We can offer information and support to anyone who is in a caring role from the age of 8 to 90+ years.
Support can offer
- Practical, emotional and peer support
- Help to access other organisations
- Help to access other services within the centre
- Offer a variety of groups and events, held within the centre and in local communities
- Offer accessible services in Urdu, Punjabi, Mandarin and Cantonese
- Offer learning, training and accreditation opportunities
For more information on young carers, see young carers section below.
If you’re a carer and would like some support, get in touch and we’ll be happy to help.
We offer many activities and groups at Dundee Carers Centre, from our Happy Feet Walking Group to our numerous Drop in Cafe’s offering support, advice and information to all carers across Dundee.
To view all our groups and activities please download our
Carers Aged 8-16 (or up to 18 if still in education)
Young carers can sometimes put the needs of the person they care for before their own, and this means that they can sometimes miss out on things that other young people get to do.
This can also mean that young carers can experience stress, anxiety and worry about the person they care for, and may need help or support from other people from time to time.
We offer the same support to young carers as we do to all carers including practical, emotional and peer support and also a variety of groups and activities.
Carers of Dundee website also has information on other carer support organisations across Dundee, along with further information on young carers and young carers rights.