Tag Archives: COVID 19

Survey – Experience of LFT in Social Care


Scottish Government is inviting social care workers to fill out a short survey about the experience of Lateral... Read More

Providers of care and support face difficulties obtaining COVID-19 related financial assistance


The Health and Sport Committee is taking evidence as part of its Social Care Inquiry and  recently invited... Read More

Sheltered Housing & COVID-19


Issued 18th February 2021 Managing Sheltered Housing Services during COVID-19 This monthly update is the first of a... Read More

Adapt & Thrive Programme


The Adapt & Thrive programme is for charities, voluntary organisations, community groups and social enterprises.  The programme gives... Read More

Visiting in ‘assisted living’ or supported housing settings


The Scottish Government is aware of the difficulties and heartache experienced by people living in an ‘assisted living... Read More

COVID-19 Local Mobilisation Funding for social care to continue to end of March 2021


The Scottish Government has announced the extension of the sustainability funding to the end of March 2021.  A... Read More
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Re-starting sheltered housing guidance


At the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic and lockdown sheltered housing services moved swiftly away from delivering face... Read More

Homelessness and Rough Sleeping Action Group: tackling homelessness following coronavirus


In early June, Housing Minister, Kevin Stewart, MSP asked HARSAG to reconvene in order to consider Scotland’s response... Read More

The latest HSP guidance COVID -19: Information and Guidance for Social, Community and Residential Care Settings


Revised 11th June 2020 Health Protection Scotland (part of Public Health Scotland) has issued revised guidance for community... Read More
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Dealing with additional Covid-19 related costs


Providers of care and support face a range of additional costs in the COVID-19 period. These include costs... Read More