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£1.5m Extra Investment to Help Glasgow’s Carers

Carers who look after loved ones in Glasgow will receive greater support due to £1.5million in extra investment.

The city’s Health & Social Care Partnership (GCHSCP) is to bring in additional staff to help young people and adults who look after relatives. It follows a consultation with carers about the pressures they face in their caring roles.

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