If you are the parent or carer responsible for a child under 6 years old in Scotland, then you may be eligible for the Scottish Child Payment benefit. This is £10 per week for every child under 6 that you care for.
been as free to do the things we used to take for granted. Things like visit clubs and go on foreign holidays. And so in an effort to curb the spread of the virus whilst still allowing us to get out and about, the Scottish Government has introduced a Covid passport in Scotland.
If you have a child soon to be starting primary school, and you currently receive certain benefits, then you may be eligible for a one-off payment from the Scottish Government.
Citizens Advice in Scotland deals first-hand with many of the issues facing disabled people today. We often see people who are stressed about undergoing assessments or filling out complicated forms.
Financial difficulty due to Coronavirus Many people in East Dunbartonshire who may be experiencing financial difficulty as a result of the Coronavirus outbreak. We can offer help on what to do next. Research was recently commissioned by the Scottish Government in partnership with YouGov. Nearly a third of people across Scotland have already felt the […]
Has the Coronavirus affected your holiday plans? Here is a little more information on what to do if you have Holiday Cancellations & Refunds to organise. Firstly, please note that this is a constantly evolving situation. As such, advice may change. Please contact us if you have questions that this document is unable to answer. […]
What is the Best Start Grant and Best Start Foods? Have you overheard friends or family members talking about the Best Start Grant or Best Start Foods? Perhaps you’re wondering exactly what the Best Start Grant and Best Start Foods are. Are you eligible to apply? We’re here to explain all with our simple guide to […]