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Quarriers Carers Service
Information and Advice PDF Print E-mail

Helping you access a wide range of information and advice to best meet your needs.

A wide range of information is sought by Carers as everyone’s needs are different. We often get asked about:

      • Financial information and benefit entitlements
      • Information on medical conditions
      • Local services such as taxis, cleaning and gardening services
      • Local support groups
      • Your rights as an unpaid Carer

We do our best to respond personally to your request.  However, where local expert agencies exist, we will signpost you to them for detailed information, specific to your individual circumstances.

We also look at the best way to provide you with information.  If you have a computer at home, we can direct you to relevant websites or email you information.  We can also send you a letter with information or we can meet you face-to-face and talk you through the information you have requested.  We can even set up meetings between you and professionals expert in a particular field e.g. Pension Service, to review your pension entitlements.

Since information was given we’ve been fixed up with an NHS dentist —very satisfied—thank you.” Mrs More, Burghead

It never occurred to me that I was a Carer and might be entitled to benefits until the Advice and Information service at Quarriers highlighted the fact.  As a result my son now receives Disability Living Allowance and I get Carers’ Allowance.” Mrs C, Burghead



Find out how electronic equipment, otherwise known as TELECARE, can keep your cared for that little bit safer and you less worried about something happening to them.  This CASE STUDY lets you see how it works in real life and the INFORMATION SHEET will provide you with the information that you need to know, to get going.


Movement For Change.

(networking event on Monday 27th October 3pm-7.30pm at the Harvest Centre, 10 Greyfriars Street, Elgin IV30 1LF)

    • Do you have experience of mental health problems?
    • Do you support friends and family with their mental health?
    • Do you want to have you your voice heard and affect change in Moray?
    • Would you like to meet up with others who have shared experiences?

If you have answered yes to any of the above questions then we want to hear from you. Round table discussions, music, tea/coffee and a light supper will be provided.