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Self-directed Support Written Answer, 19/11/14 [S]
Written Answer given in response to Jackie Baillie's (Lab) question asking the Scottish Government whether the use of waiting lists for social care services is part of its national strategy for self-directed support.

Breastfeeding Written Answer, 28/10/14 [S]
Written Answer given in response to Elaine Smith's (LAB) question asking the Scottish Government what arrangements it has made to support and encourage the breastfeeding of children by their mothers in each year since 2005.

Respite Care, Scotland, 2014, 28/10/14 [S]
This Statistics Release presents information on respite care services provided or purchased by Local Authorities in Scotland over the financial year 2013/14.

Scottish Welfare Fund helps over 100,000 households, 21/10/14 [S]
Over 100,000 households have been helped by the Scottish Welfare Fund, since the scheme began in April 2013.

Projects to Help Families in Poverty, 19/10/14 [S]
Community projects which will help vulnerable families deal with debt and welfare problems are set to benefit from a £2.4 million funding boost.

Young Carers Motion, 08/09/14 [S]
Motion lodged before the Scottish Parliament on 8 September 2014 by Christina McKelvie (SNP) on Young Carers.

Kinship Care Motion, 06/06/14 [S]
Motion lodged before the Scottish Parliament on 6 June 2014 by Jayne Baxter (Lab) on kinship care.

Internet safety campaign launches, 13/05/14 [E/NI/S/W]
Communications Minister Ed Vaizey has welcomed the launch of Internet Matters, a joint internet safety campaign by the four main Internet Service Providers.

Help for bereaved families, 01/05/14 [S]
Additional support for families coping with bereavement in the wake of the baby ashes investigations has been announced by First Minister Alex Salmond, as he confirmed counselling organisations would benefit from £100,000 in Scottish Government funding.

Extra funding for carers’ breaks, 23/04/14 [S]
The Scottish Government has announced an extra £250,000 of funding to provide short breaks for disabled children and their families, carers and young carers. This investment has been divided equally between Shared Care Scotland and the Family Fund.