Category Archives: General issues
When young people are unable to participate in the same activities as their friends this can have a negative impact on health and wellbeing. OPFS has highlighted concern among parents about the growing ‘prom culture’ in schools that might exclude …
A survey looking to understand how you and your child spend time playing.
From April 2016, there will be a number of changes introduced to the benefit system that will affect single parent families in Scotland. Find out how these might affected you.
i-open is a pioneering new Europe-wide initiative to help parents improve their skills and/or progress to employment.
A short video providing a moving account of the life of one single parent and the child she cares for.
A poll by Scotland’s national single parent organisation reveals that three in four (74%) have experienced stigma in the last two years.
A Scottish advice service is urging separated parents to sort out festive holiday arrangements now, and avoid a nightmare before Christmas for them and their children.
From 27th October 2014, new ESA and JSA claimants will have to wait 7 days, rather than 3 before their benefit will be processed.
A look at the 101 Project, which celebrates its 30th anniversary this year.
Our third information pack, ‘Going Back to Work’, is now available. It guides parents through the financial implications of returning to work and the childcare options open to them.