UPBEET Project



Young adult carers often have limited access to opportunities that others take for granted. Caring responsibilities can have a negative effect on their lives, including poor school attendance and attainment at school, in future education or in the work place. Poor social contact and negative health effects are also common and at times young adult carers can feel down or on their own.

The UPBEET project can help young adult carers aged 15-30 years access confidential information and support in areas including personal development, raising confidence and self esteem, entitlement to benefits and CV/interview skills, as well as accessing flexible opportunities to combine education, training, or employment with their caring role.

  • Dundee Health and Social Care Partnership
  • Dundee Partnership
  • Supported by BBC Children in Need
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  • OCSR
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Young Carers Project, Seagate House, 132-134 Seagate, Dundee, DD1 2HB

01382 200422 [email protected]
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