Residents of an Aberdeen community have raised thousands of pounds which will fund a memorial bench at a care home.
A north-east social care charity is providing support to carers across the region as they deal with the effects of the coronavirus crisis.
The Scottish Government is set to pay out an extra £19.2 million to unpaid carers as a thank-you for the work they are doing during the Covid-19 pandemic.
More than 30 organisations in Scotland have urged ministers at Holyrood and Westminster to do more to reduce the “intolerable pressure” carers are facing.
Hundreds of unpaid carers are finding emotional support through the lockdown period by joining a new virtual community.
An initiative has been launched to support young people who have a caring role.
An Aberdeen business group is set to host what is being billed as Scotland’s biggest parents’ evening.
A health body is carrying out a survey to better understand the roles of carers in Aberdeen.
Carers in the north-east have been awarded £448,000 in additional support from Scottish Government.
A health body is offering carers in the north-east the opportunity to share their views on what they think their field needs.
Carers in the north-east are to be treated to a Halloween party as part of a charity partnership.
A support service for vulnerable adults in the north-east has been awarded top marks by inspectors for helping them make friends.
A social care partnership has announced a programme of events to thank unpaid carers in the North-east .
Aberdeen is facing a care timebomb with most carers aged over 50 and facing retirement, according to a new report.
A shake-up in the way carers get paid for helping people with learning disabilities will benefit service users and health organisations, a councillor today said.
A push to improve services has been launched following criticism of current provisions for unpaid carers in Aberdeen.
Tens of thousands of Scots in their 50s, 60s and 70s have taken on a caring role – but they don’t have to cope on their own.
Thousands of young carers in the North-east should be paid for their work, the Scottish Greens have said.