Report detailing the results of an inspection of services for people with learning disabilities in Ayrshire and making recommendations for improvements.
In this report plans are set out for government investment in Scotland over the three year period 2003-2006. Proposals for public spending are made in Justice, Education, Health, Social Justice, Transport, Environment and Administration.
Document that reports on the progress made since the publication of 'Managing the impacts of migration: a cross-governmental approach' in June 2008.
It announces a new Migration Impacts Fund, to be paid for by charges on migrants' visa fees, that will be available to local areas for spending on projects for managing migration pressures.
Report aiming to make a contribution to the debate on how best to educate children with learning difficulties by arguing that parents are the best people to decide where their children should attend school and laying out a strategy to make parental choice rather than 'expert' opinion the driver for policy.
Factsheet providing information and guidance on what telecare is, its benefits and advantages for carers and how it can be obtained and paid for.
The Right to Control is about disabled people having control over the support they need to live their lives. This consultation aims to look at the best way for disabled adults to access new services, such as individual budgets, which will give them more control over the services they are entitled to.
The consultation is the first step in designing trailblazer sites to find out the best way to deliver the Right to Control. Annexes include a summary of funding streams that could be included in Right to Control trailblazers, case studies and a glossary.
Annual report giving a full account of the Care Commission's activities, finances and organisation over the year.
Paper considering the arguments for and against a system of 'payment by results' as a means of paying for NHS hospital and community health services in England.
Paper arguing that some local authorities in England need to reconsider their attitudes to culture. It contends that culture is a public good in its own right as it contributes to important social goals such as encouraging a creative younger generation and keeping older people mentally and physically fit. However, research has shown that some local authorities fail to recognise this and treat culture as a marginal area.
Document reporting the results of an inspection of services for people with learning disabilities in Ayrshire and making recommendations for improvements.