Community care services

We provide a range of care and support services in the community for people with different care needs - mainstream services, which are available to all, and specialist services designed for more complex needs. These services can help you, or the person you care for, live as independently as possible at home. They are are coordinated by the Aberdeenshire Health and Social Care Partnership (AHSCP).

If you need urgent care at night, at the weekend or on a bank holiday call 03456 08 12 06.

We provide care and support services for:

  • Occupational Therapy service - information about supporting you to live independently, including equipment and adaptations that can help with everyday tasks 
  • Mental health and wellbeing - information about the care and support services for people experiencing mental health problems 
  • Older people - information on how to access support and services 
  • Sensory impairment - information about services for people with visual impairment, hearing loss and deaf blindness 
  • Drug or alcohol use - information on the support for people experiencing difficulties from their own, or someone else's, misuse of drugs or alcohol 
  • Learning disability - information about the Community Learning Disability Service 
  • Dementia - information about dementia and the support available for people living with dementia 
  • Domestic abuse - information on the support and services available to those affected by domestic violence and abuse
  • Palliative and end of life care - information about the care and support available for people with a life limiting illness 
  • Physical disability - information on the services and support to help people with a physical disability maintain independence, health and well-being 
  • Children and young people with a disability - information about our Children and Families team and the support they can give

Hosted health care services

The AHSCP also hosts a range of Grampian wide services, including:

  • Marie Curie nursing service – out of hours nursing service for end of life patients
  • continence service – advice on continence issues and clinics
  • diabetes development funding – also covers the retinal screening service, both are overseen by the Diabetes Network
  • Chronic Oedema service – specialist support to oedema patients
  • heart failure service – specialist nursing support to patients suffering from heart failure
  • health care services to Her Majesty's Prison (HMP) and Youth Offender Institute (YOI) Grampian