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Lanarkshire MSP welcomes support for young caregivers in the northern part of the region

Airdrie and Shotts MSP Neil Gray has welcomed £ 148,631 paid by the Scottish government to support young caregivers in North Lanarkshire since the launch of the Young Carer ’s Grant.

Scotland's own payments have paid £ 1.8 million of significant support to young caregivers across Scotland since its introduction in October 2019.

This grant was recently raised from £ 308.15 to £ 326.65 on April 1st, taking care of people with disability benefits for an average of 16 hours 16-18. Available to people aged.

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Gray said: They are supported to provide that help.

"Scotland has a social security system based on fairness, dignity and respect. Young Carer's Grant is one of many grants available only in Scotland.

"I encourage people between the ages of 16 and 18 to provide care to apply for a grant."

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