Spring update

The continuation of Covid safety measures means that our City Road offices remain closed and social events are unfortunately on hold until further notice. However ScotsCare is still here for you and able to deliver nearly all services remotely, so please contact us if...

New flats for Scots

Some new high-quality sheltered flats are available at Rothesay Court, in south east London for clients over 55 or 50 with a disability. The flats benefit from non-residential management staff, a Linkline alarm service and a community of Scots with regular social...

Bereavement in difficult times

During the pandemic many of us have been unfortunate to lose a loved one, and with the added restrictions in place, it can be even harder to cope, and know what to do next. For both our mental health and the legal requirements surrounding bereavement, the website of...

Advocacy adapting during Covid

Covid restrictions have meant working practices throughout ScotsCare have had to adapt to continue to deliver services. The Advocacy service recently took on a case that was conducted completely remotely. ScotsCare client Sarah* had two weeks to complete the form for...

ScotsCare provides tablets for home schooling

Since the beginning of the pandemic, ScotsCare has distributed over 50 tablets to the children of clients to help in their studies.At a time when added pressures are put on families to homeschool, the tablets have helped parents and kids in remote learning, as well as...