Crossroads Fife Central recently welcomed Suzanne Simpson back from maternity leave and new staff members Clair Gandy and Margaret Willison. Here they are pictured with Coordinator June Cunningham attending training on First Aid and Moving and Handling. Clair, Margaret and Suzanne are now working with families and really enjoying their roles.
Crossroads Fife Central were recently donated £452.50 from St Andrews Photographic Society, who chose us as a charity because we support one of their members. Coordinator Laurie O'Brien is pictured here receiving a cheque from Emily Noakes, Treasurer. We feel honoured to have received this donation and the money will be used to provide extra hours of support to Carers.
Crossroads features in the Self Directed Support Newsletter - published by Fife Health and Social Care Partnership
Sarah calls on Crossroads
Sarah Elsby is a single mum with two sons, both diagnosed with autism. To read Sarah's story and how Crossroads Fife Central has supported her please click on the following link:
Fife Carers Centre are a small charity dedicated to supporting the unpaid carers of Fife. They believe that by supporting carers in a wide variety of ways they can help them to sustain their caring roles without harming their own well-being. If you feel you could benefit from their support, or would like to attend the dance, contact them on Tel: 01592 205472
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