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Posted on 12-11-2013 04:52 by Blogmaster in Health     Read full story Health

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Adult learning Classes

Posted on 03-09-2013 07:20 by Blogmaster in Health     Read full story Health

Welcome to the 2013-14 Adult Learning Day

and Evening Class Programme

Please see Lasswade Centre and Beeslack

Community High School pages as they have

different arrangements for booking.

Term Dates

All classes run for 10 weeks (unless otherwise

stated)

TERM 1

23 September – 6 December 2013

TERM 2

13 January – 28 March 201...

Change of the benefit system

Posted on 03-09-2013 07:03 by Blogmaster in Health     Read full story Health

Personal Independence Payment Training Sessions (Free) — Midlothian Council

The UK government’s Welfare Reform Agenda is envisaged to make large reductions in the overall welfare budget –potentially totalling up to £2.5 billion in Scotland in the period to 2015. The welfare reform legislation has made significant changes to the welfare systems and elig...

WELFARE RIGHTS MIDLOTHIAN

Posted on 30-08-2013 09:41 by Blogmaster in Welfare Rights     Read full story Welfare Rights

NEW WELFARE RIGHTS SERVICE IN MIDLOTHIAN

Fair (Family Advice & Information Resource) in partnership with Intowork has delivered a new Welfare Rights Service in Midlothian from 8 April 2013. This service is part of a wider employability service available to people with a disability, funded by Midlothian’s Fairer Scotland Fund. The Advice Worker is based in Bu...

Personal Independence Payment

Posted on 30-08-2013 09:39 by Blogmaster in PIP     Read full story PIP

Personal Independence Payment Training Sessions (Free) — Midlothian Council

The UK government’s Welfare Reform Agenda is envisaged to make large reductions in the overall welfare budget –potentially totalling up to £2.5 billion in Scotland in the period to 2015. The welfare reform legislation has made significant changes to the welfare systems and eligi...

Self Directed Support

Posted on 26-08-2013 02:55 by Blogmaster in Forward Mid     Read full story Forward Mid

Forward Mid are keen to get a small group of people together to look at Direct payments and Self directed support for Disabled people in Midlothian and making more useful information available to support more people to access self directed support and have more choice and control over their lives!

Interested in finding out more.
Let us know. Or contact eric.j...

midlothian shadow board

Posted on 26-08-2013 02:35 by Blogmaster in Forward Mid     Read full story Forward Mid

Jeff Adamson and Marlene Gill have been selected for interview for the post of public representative on midlothian new Shadow board for health and care.

Good luck to both

cafe tomorrow

Posted on 26-08-2013 02:28 by Blogmaster in cafe connect     Read full story cafe connect

quick reminder hope to see you there at 2pm

Blogmaster

Posted on 05-08-2013 02:18 by Equalities in Forward Mid     Read full story Forward Mid

Hello everyone. my name is Steven Bell, and I will be supporting contributions from others as well as monitoring this site regularly as the blog master.

Integration of Health and Social Care

Posted on 16-05-2013 12:01 by Equalities in Health     Read full story Health

Plans for a new integrated Adult Health and Social Care Partnership.
A new shadow board will be established on 1st April 2013 to be chaired by Peter Johnston. Voting members will comprise of four council members and four non - executive members of the NHS Lothian Board. Other professionals, clinicians and representatives will attend the shadow board to provide...

Living and Work Choices

Posted on 16-05-2013 12:00 by Equalities in LCiL     Read full story LCiL

LCiL to launch Living and Work Choices to Run in Midlothian
A new course for disabled people is starting in June/ July in Midlothian. The course named the Living and Work Choices Service aims to help disabled people fulfil their potential by living more independently whether this be thorough hiring their own Personal Assistants, going onto further education or t...

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