Social groups for disabled people (Carers of West Lothian)

Who is this for?

  • Disabled people living in West Lothian.

Who provides this?

  • Carers of West Lothian


Carers of West Lothian’s social groups for disabled adults run monthly and are a great way to meet other people, build friendships and get out more, while having fun.

All the social groups are run by Carers of West Lothian staff and volunteers.

Evening Social Group
Blended – In-person and Online (Bathgate Partnership Centre and Zoom)
Date: 3rd Tuesday of month
Time: 6.00 – 7.30 pm

Morning Social Group
Blended – In-person and online (Sycamore House and Zoom)
Date: 4th Tuesday of month
Time: 10.30 – 12.00 noon

Co-facilitate with LCiL, the West Lothian Peer Support Group for Disabled People and People with Long Term Conditions

First Thursday of month 11am-12.30pm

Locations vary so call for details

How do I access this?

  • Self-referrals
  • Referrals by third parties
  • Drop-in

Is there a cost?


Is there a waiting list?


Location information

  • Public parking available
  • Private parking available
  • Wheelchair access

Opening times

Monday 9.00 am – 5.00 pm
Tuesday9.00 am – 5.00 pm
Wednesday9.00 am – 5.00 pm
Thursday9.00 am – 5.00 pm
Friday9.00 am – 5.00 pm

Contact Details

Sycamore House, Quarrywood Court, Livingston, EH54 9LA

Social media:

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Carers of West Lothian leaflet
(1.25 MB pdf)

Types of support on offer:

Information and advice
Support from someone with similar experience
Support in person
Support with others

Type of services on offer:

Black and minority ethnic communities
Healthy living
Learning, employability, volunteering
Loneliness/isolated groups
Long term conditions/disabilities
Older people
Social groups

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