Aberdeen City Health & Social Care Partnership (ACHSCP) Carer Strategy 2023-2026

Closed 2 Feb 2024

Opened 15 Nov 2023

Results expected 9 Feb 2024


‘A City for All Carers’ Aberdeen City Carer Strategy

Aberdeen City Health and Social Care Partnership (ACHSCP) are responsible for developing and updating a strategy for supporting unpaid Carers in Aberdeen. This includes both Adult and Young Carers.

The Strategy focuses on four main areas;

  1. Identifying as a Carer and the first steps to support
  2. Accessing Advice and Support
  3. Supporting future planning, decision making and wider Carer involvement
  4. Community support and services for Carers


Please note:

Links to the Strategy and Action Plan are at the bottom of this page 

There is also

  • A summary version of the Strategy;
  • Resources to facilitate discussions with Young Carers;
  • A link to the 'privacy statement' that shows how the information you share is managed
  • A link to an animation that aims to explain the Carers Strategy
    • You may need to be familiar with these to fully answer some of the questions.

Why your views matter

It is important that we hear your views on the Carers Strategy.

Your feedback will help us to understand how well it is working, and inform any changes we may need to make when reviewing the Strategy.

This survey will take 10 to 15 minutes to complete.


What happens next

This consultation questionnaire runs from 15th November 2023 until 15th January 2024 

Your responses will help us to:

  1. assess how effective the strategy is in practise,
  2. identify areas for development
  3. make relevant updates to the strategy


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  • Children and Young People
  • Councillors
  • Housing Tenants
  • LGBT People
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  • ACC Staff


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