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Published on 20 Nov 2019
It's National Power of Attorney Day and we're encouraging all residents to sign up.
Published on 15 Nov 2019
More than 400 flammable items have been collected and safely recycled by the Unpaid Work team in this year's Waste Amnesty initiative.
Published on 12 Jul 2019
Midlothian Health and Social Care Partnership has been announced as a recipient of a significant funding boost from the Technology Enabled Care (TEC) ‘Pathfinders’ Programme.
Published on 25 Jun 2019
Councillor Catherine Johnstone has been appointed as the new Chair of the Integration Joint Board.
Published on 6 Jun 2019
Thinking ahead can help you get the most out of health and social care appointments
Published on 15 May 2019
Midlothian Council is one of three local authorities to share £120,000 of Scottish Government funding for advanced training for frontline workers to recognise and respond to childhood trauma.
Published on 26 Mar 2019
A report to Council heard today (Tuesday) has confirmed how plans to extend free personal care to under 65s will be implemented in Midlothian.
Published on 13 Nov 2018
Councillors noted the good work and continued support the council gives to employees and wider community who are breastfeeding.
Published on 3 Nov 2018
Midlothian Council runs a directory that brings together those looking for work as a Personal Assistant (PA), with those who would like to use their Direct Payment from Social Work to employ a PA.
Published on 17 Oct 2018
Professional singer and educator Annie Lewis will lead the singing every other Monday at Newbyres Village Care Home, starting on 29 October 2018.
Published on 6 Jul 2018
Midlothian has been rated as ‘good’ and ‘very good’ in three key areas focusing on how well agencies work together to make sure adults who are at risk of harm are safe and better supported.
Published on 28 Jun 2018
Having trouble with your hearing aid? Maintenance and repair clinics are available in Midlothian.
Published on 5 Apr 2018
Children and young people in Midlothian will be able to help shape the future of local mental health services, thanks to a National Lottery grant of £836,000.
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