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Scottish child payment and kinship carers

This factsheet explains which kinship carers are entitled to Scottish child payment.

Personal Independence Payment - an introduction

10 February 2021
Some places left for this half day online training course on 16 February.

Last chance to book on our Scotland webinar this week

01 February 2021
Join us on 3 Feb as we discuss migration to UC,  what to do when people lose out in a clash of wage cycles & assessment periods, & about new rules for clients from the EEA.

Tax credits and early years ebulletin

January 2021
What's new: Scottish child payment, child winter heating assistance and latest changes to tax credits due to coronavirus.

Assessment delays for ill health and disability

27 January 2021
This report highlights that delays carrying out assessments for benefits mean that many disabled people are not receiving, or are losing support, intended to help them meet the additional costs of ill health or disability.

Free trial of QBC when booking our QBC - making the most of your calculator' training

25 January 2021
Book our training course taking place on 27-28 January and get a free trial of the software

Learning lessons from the last lockdown: what helps school children and families on low incomes

18 January 2021
As we enter a second lockdown in Scotland what can we do to ensure schooling at home will work for everyone? Read our Cost of the School Day blog.

PRE-ORDER: Benefits for Students in Scotland Handbook, 2021/22

£35.00
The annual Benefits for Students in Scotland Handbook is the most comprehensive guide to benefits and tax credits for students in Scotland.

Learning lessons from last lockdown: what helps school children and families on low incomes

14 January 2021
As a second lockdown begins, school buildings and playgrounds across Scotland are once again closed, and families face more home learning. We all know 2020 was an incredibly difficult year for many of us, but for those living on lower incomes the extra pressure has made maintaining family life even harder. As we enter a second lockdown what can we do to ensure school at home will work for everyone? From what children and parents told us last time around, we have established a set of actions and guidelines to help us move forward.