The Carers Network took part in a Carer Allowance Supplement Roadshow on Tuesday this week. Delegates were staff and a volunteer member of the Network representing Carers. The event was presented by Social Security Scotland, [...]
South Lanarkshire Carers Network - Our Services the new booklet is out now. For copies call the office on 01698 285 163 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Available in hard copy of electronic version.
The Public Health Priorities for Scotland have now been published. The document sets out the things that we must focus on across Scotland if we are to improve the nation's health. The Scottish Government and [...]
I’m delighted to share (if you haven’t already picked up) that Scottish Government have formally announced our new minimum school clothing grant this afternoon. Read the statement on Scottish Government website here: https://news.gov.scot/news/new-national-school-clothing-grant#.WwgTPK4eEj8.twitter
Being a Volunteer Have you ever considered being a Volunteer? Being a volunteer is very flexible and can suit your caring and personal commitments whilst giving you some time to do something that you want. Volunteers [...]
Carers have your say and comment on the patient version of the SIGN guideline on the management of stable angina http://www.sign.ac.uk/comment-on-a-draft-guideline.html by Thursday 28th June
Around 50 per cent of deaths in Scotland occur in an acute hospital. So, during this national Dying Matters week, two NHS Lanarkshire hospital consultants are raising awareness of the NHS Lanarkshire Hospital Anticipatory Care [...]