Articles about family support


Heads and governors angry over threat to nursery funding

Last updated: 01/22/2021

Head teachers and school governors have reacted with anger at government plans which will see cuts to nursery funding. A national census of school and nursery pupils is due to...

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Coronavirus school closures: P1 and P2 pupils among worst affected

Last updated: 01/16/2021

Scotland's P1 and P2 pupils are among those hardest hit by school closures which have damaged progress in reading and writing, according to a national equity audit on the...

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Schools to get extra cash for lockdown teachers and technology

Last updated: 01/16/2021

JOHN Swinney has pledged an extra £45 million to  help councils hire more teachers to “deal with the challenges of remote learning during lockdown”. The Education Secretary...

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Action on childhood trauma ‘could help solve drug death crisis’

Last updated: 01/16/2021

Better understanding of childhood trauma could hold the key to tackling Scotland’s drug death crisis, it has been claimed. Leading figures from the recovery community believe...

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The Health Benefits of Family and Friends Are Numerous

Last updated: 01/12/2021

Everyone has a family, no matter what it looks like — a family can be traditional and nuclear, but it can also be about found family and coming together with those who love you,...

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Temporary order of social support for women set

Last updated: 01/12/2021

Temporary order of social support for women set Temporary order of social support for women set 09/01/2021 20:51 Tashkent, Uzbekistan (UzDaily.com) -- A government resolution...

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Solo seniors with cognitive impairment hit hard by pandemic

Last updated: 01/09/2021

The pandemic has exacerbated isolation and fears for one very vulnerable group of Americans: the 4.3 million older adults with cognitive impairment who live alone. As the...

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Seniors Living Alone with Cognitive Impairment Hit Hard by COVID-19 Pandemic 

Last updated: 01/09/2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated isolation and fears for one very vulnerable group of Americans: the 4.3 million older adults with cognitive impairment, who live...

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Parents may have to pay for asking social workers to take their troublesome teens into care

Last updated: 01/09/2021

Parents who ask social workers to take their challenging children into care may be charged for doing so if councillors approve an official proposal. An increasing number of...

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Education jolted by pandemic, learning gap widens

Last updated: 01/05/2021

Sohn Eun-jeong, the mother of a 10-year-old elementary school student, is considering quitting her job. She felt guilty that she has not paid enough attention to her child’s...

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