Residential care homes in Scotland are facing a crisis due to rising costs, a leading charity has warned.
Jean determined to speak up about mental health and help others on the road to recovery and a fulfilling life.
Just 17 miles separate the poorest and richest children in Fife.
With Young Carer Awareness Day upon us, Michael Alexander speaks to Fife teenager Dean Watson who has been a young carer since the age of eight.
More than 3,500 new-style apprenticeship places have been announced for Scotland.
The world’s oldest working supermodel and a model born with half an arm missing are to take centre stage in a major summit in Scotland aimed at ensuring the fashion industry is more diverse.
Change aimed at pupils aged between 12-15 who have additional support needs – the Scottish equivalent of special educational needs
A children’s charity said it is referring an average of 90 calls a week to police and social services over concerns a young person has been sexually assaulted.
Recently, one of our most popular fundraisers was recognised with two wins at the Scottish Events Awards. Yes Chef! sees young men we work with spend 12 weeks training in kitchens before being centre stage at a high-profile event and moving into careers in hospitality.
Around 120,000 older Scots could be living with undiagnosed mental health conditions caused by loneliness and isolation, charities have warned.
Childline have reported a 13% rise in calls from young people with disabilities or special needs.
The elderly are set to be allowed to access shared equity schemes in a bid to increase access to affordable housing.
Over the next five years, the charity Who Cares? Scotland will embark upon an ambitious journey to secure a lifetime of equality, respect and love for all care-experienced people in Scotland.