Since 1993, Queensferry Care has been dedicated to providing high quality support services to older people and their carers in South Queensferry, Ratho, Ratho Station, Dalmeny, Newbridge and Kirkliston. People with dementia; life-limiting illnesses; those experiencing social isolation and carers are supported to remain active and connected within their own communities through access to Day Opportunities - a varied programme of activities (home, centre and community based); Supper Club Befriending services and regular Lunch Clubs.
We have a number of policies and procedures to ensure Queensferry Care operates to the highest standards of professionalism, copies are available by request. If any information you are… more
Queensferry Churches’ Care in the Community is a Company limited by guarantee and accordingly has a Board of Directors. The board operates four specialist committees: Finance, PR & Fundraising,… more
We are grateful for the support from our funders including Edinburgh Health and Social Care Partnership, The Life Changes Trust, The Robertson Trust, Befriending Networks, Independent Age, Queensberry House… more
In 1992 Queensferry was recognised to be an area of the Lothian's requiring care for older people and respite for carers. A situation that often-left families isolated and struggling alone to provide… more
Our mission is to provide quality support services to older people and their carers within the communities of Northwest rural Edinburgh, enabling them to maintain an active and independent… more
We have a dedicated team of staff and volunteers providing support to older people and their carers in South Queensferry, Ratho, Ratho Station, Dalmeny, Newbridge and Kirkliston. If you… more
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