Stirling Carers’ Voice
One of our key roles as a carers centre is to facilitate carers to get their voices heard and to input into policies and decisions that affect them. Stirling Carers’ Voice is a forum for carers to meet with representatives of local and national agencies, to discuss the issues that carers face and to feedback their views to decision makers. It is also an opportunity to hear about what’s happening for carers at a strategic level and how this affects carers on a day to day basis.
“Very informative and well worthwhile”
“We do have a voice and we are going to be listened to”
– Quotes from Carers’ Voice Members
Stirling Carers’ Voice meets bi-monthly (except in summer) from 10.15am- 12.15pm at Raploch Community Campus. Buffet lunch is provided and booking is essential for catering purposes.
You can reserve your place at the next meeting by emailing email@example.com or call 01786 447 003.
Upcoming meeting dates:
- Thursday 8th June 2017
- Tuesday 12th September 2017
- Thursday 16th November 2017
Stirling Carers’ Voice actively participates in public consultations relating to carers, cared for people and carers’ rights, to ensure that the views and opinions of carers are taken into consideration when decisions are being made. Details of any consultations will be posted on our website and social media.