Monday, 15 February 2016

Can you help with our Manifesto for Change ?








Can You Help with our Manifesto for change ?

Can you help with why the below might be important in a couple of sentences for our Manifesto 

Publish a Carers Rights Charter setting out and consolidating existing rights and what statutory bodies need to do to support carers'

please can you e mail me at tommy@alliance-scotland.org.uk with any comments 





Roughly 4 in 10 people in Scotland live with at least one long term condition. That means there are 2 million experts in the things that keep them happy, healthy and well.
With this in mind, the ALLIANCE has launched its manifesto for health and social care in Scotland ahead of the Scottish parliamentary elections. The manifesto sets out our key campaign priorities, some of which include:

     Creating a Scottish Minister for Long Term Conditions, Disability and Unpaid Carers post

·        Create a Commissioner for Scotland representing people with long term conditions, disabled people and unpaid carers post

·  Publish a Carers Rights Charter setting out and consolidating existing rights and what statutory bodies need to do to support carers


A new website, contains full details of the manifesto and personal testimonies from ALLIANCE members on each of the ‘asks’. Have your say on the ALLIANCE manifesto today and make your voice heard.





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