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Helping with social care across Ayrshire

We work across Ayrshire supporting people with social care. We do not directly provide hands on social care for people but we do try to help them get what they need. We do this by providing a broker to help you. The broker can help you prepare for the assessment that may be carried out by your local health and social care partnership or if that has already been done, help you plan and organise your support. The broker works to you and their job is to help you make the most of any budget or resource that is made available to you after your social care assessment.

If you do not qualify for formal support we can still help by connecting you into activities in your community or linking you with other peple who may have similar interests or things in common.

The help you get from us is completely free. 

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