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My dad is full time carer for my mum who has advanced dementia. She is very agitated 90% of the time and unsettled, so it’s very hard.
I see on the uk government website that adults who are the only adult in a household not requiring full time care can form a support bubble. However, I can’t find anything on Scottish government website to confirm if that’s the case in Scotland as well - has anyone seen anything on this?