The practice will be carrying out the above vaccinations for all patients over 80 years of age and all housebound patients only. We will be contacting these patients by letter.
If you are a Carer please let us know, you can complete the online form with the “Keep us up to date ” section, or if you prefer just give us a call.
Care & Support North Ayrshire (CareNA)
Welcome to Care & Support North Ayrshire (CareNA) Website CareNA connects people using services in North Ayrshire with service providers. The site gives you information and contact details for providers that deliver services, activities and support across North Ayrshire. All the providers on CareNA have been encouraged to include their quality standards and ratings wherever possible. This is to ensure they are meeting the standards required to provide you with the quality you deserve.
North Ayrshire Carers Centre
Unity Carer Centers offer specialist information, support advocacy and advice. Respite away from the role in the form of day trips, health and wellbeing services, social activities and peer support from fellow carers. If you are an unpaid or family carer of almost any age you can access support from our Carer Centres in South and North Ayrshire (including Arran and Cumbrae).
Anticipatory care planning
If you have a long term health condition, making an anticipatory care plan can help you get back in control over what's important to you. Anticipatory care planning (ACP) means that health and care practitioners work with people and their carers to ensure that the right thing is done at the right time by the right person.
Over 60 + or have a Disability? Eligible for free bus travel
If you are over 60 or have a disability, you could be eligible for free bus travel to get around Scotland and your local area. You can access this via the National Entitlement Card, your pass to free bus travel in Scotland.
Our vision is for a Scotland where everyone who receives support or provides unpaid care can live a full and satisfying life, with the assistance they need to take regular, quality breaks from the everyday demands of their caring routines. In Scotland there are over 650,000 people who care for a family member, partner or friend, who may be ill, disabled, or dependent on drugs or alcohol. Short breaks provide a much needed release from the physical and emotional demands of the care.
Crossroads Caring Scotland is one of the country's leading voluntary sector providers of support for carers and their families. Established as a charity in Scotland in 1978, we provide support services across Scotland, helping people to live independently at home.
0141 226 3793
Coalition of carers in Scotland
The Coalition of Carers in Scotland exists to advance the voice of carers by facilitating carer engagement and bringing carers and local carer organisations together with decision makers at a national and local level.
We're here to help carers and professionals, with expert advice on issues such as carers' benefits, community care and services for carers Looking after someone can be complicated. Our leaflets, booklets and newsletters give you accurate and up-to-date information so you know exactly where you stand.
0808 808 7777
Care Information Scotland
If you look after someone, need care yourself or are planning your future care needs, you can get the information and advice you need here.
0800 011 3200
Caring will affect us all at some point in our lives. We’ll be here for you when that happens. With your help, we can be there for the 6,000 people who start looking after someone each day.
020 7378 4999