Are you or do you know someone who is pre or post liver transplant?
The Finance Committee are also consulting on the Bill’s financial provisions.
The consultation on the draft regulations under the Carers (Scotland) Act 2016 and the consultation on the draft Carer’s Charter are now live.
Children who have Autism can be supported and assisted when travelling through Glasgow Airport?
You can take your child on an airport tour (90 minutes). See the check in areas, the security area and also the boarding gates.
On the day of their flight the Airport staff assist the passengers to check in and then through priority security.
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** CARERS LEGISLATION **
The Social Security (Scotland) Bill was introduced to the Scottish Parliament on the 21st of June 2017. The Social Security Committee in the Scottish Parliament are accepting written submissions of evidence on this Bill until the 23rd of August.
The National Carer Organisations have developed a briefing paper outlining the main points of the Bill. You can download a copy .....
We will be submitting evidence on behalf of carers and have developed an online survey where you can respond to the key questions here https://
You also have the chance to hear more about the Bill and provide your views at the next meeting of the Coalition of Carers in Scotland, in Perth on the 30th of August. You can find out more and book a free place, by following this link https://
Paisley have been shortlisted for the next stage of the UK City of Culture Competition.
We are the only Scottish place shortlisted and this is fantastic recognition for our journey so far.
Thank you to everyone who came along to Carers Week. We kicked off the week with our AGM and would like to thank all the speakers, Lynn Williams, Carer and Board Member, Councillor Iain Nicolson, Leader of Renfrewshire Council, Meg Wright, Director of Carers Trust Scotland and Jim Carruth, Scotland’s Leading Rural Poet.
Please see the link on the next page to view our 2016.17 Annual Report.
Following a Scottish Government review of social work complaints, the complaints system changed on the 1st April 2017.
The National Carer Organisations have produced a briefing paper which explains what the changes are and how you can go about making a complaint about a social work service, you can download this here.