Veterans can download the app to access support in areas including housing, employment, finances, relationships, physical and mental health, and more.
Students In Scotland Encouraged Not To return Home
Richard Lochead also thanked students for ” playing their role at this very difficult time when they are trying to benefit from further and higher education against a backdrop of a global pandemic.”
Being There For Others In Challenging Times
As well as looking out for each other and keeping in touch with friends and family, this includes keeping to a routine, staying active, taking a break, making time to do something you enjoy, and asking for help if you need it.
Pancreatic Cancer Support Booklets
A pancreatic cancer diagnosis can be a frightening and uncertain time. Each stage in a patient’s journey can throw up new questions and concerns and it can be difficult to provide support […]
Scotland’s Job Start Payment Supporting Young People Into Work
The Job Start Payment is a one off £250 payment to help with the costs of starting a new job, £400 if the person has a child.
What to expect if you’re called by a contact tracer
If you have to self isolate there is support available to enable to do so safely.
Guidance for Small Businesses #Covid19
“Over 98% of all businesses in Scotland have less than 50 employees so it is critically important that they can re-open as soon as it is safe to do so.”
Care Home Phasing In Of Visiting
From Thursday 3rd of July residents in some of Scotland’s care homes will be able to see visitors in an outdoor setting.
Partial Resumption of OIC Housing Services
From Monday 29 June, non-emergency repairs and improvement work will begin again, with a range of safety measures put in place.
R Number in Scotland Drops to Between 0.6 and 0.8
As of the 21st of June 2020 there had been a total of 4,119 deaths in Scotland where Covid19 was mentioned on the death registration.