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Social Security Scotland statistics: publications

Collection of official statistics published by Social Security Scotland.

Introduction

This is the collection for statistics relating to Social Security Scotland, including publications about specific benefits, feedback, workforce and equalities analysis.

Further information about reporting at Social Security Scotland, including social research, is available from the Social Security Scotland about webpage.

Related statistics publications on the Scottish Welfare Fund, Discretionary Housing Payments and Universal Credit Scottish Choices are listed in our collection of Social Government social security statistics publications.

An archived copy of the previous version of our website can be found at the National Records of Scotland archive.

Benefits for carers and disability assistance

Carer's Allowance, Disability Living Allowance, Attendance Allowance and Severe Disablement Allowance statistics are published quarterly in parallel with the Department for Work and Pensions. Carer’s Allowance Supplement statistics are published twice a year following each round of payments.

Child Disability Payment is a replacement of the Disability Living Allowance for Children in Scotland, which was previously delivered by the Department for Work and Pensions. It provides money to help with the extra care and mobility costs that a child living with a disability might have.  Statistics are published quarterly.

Adult Disability Payment is the replacement for Personal Independence Payment and Working Age Disability Living Allowance in Scotland, which were previously delivered by the Department for Work and Pensions. It provides money to help with the extra care and mobility costs that a person living with a disability might have.

Social Security Scotland analytical performance report

Annual summary of performance of Social Security Scotland.

Scottish Child Payment statistics

Scottish Child Payment has been introduced for low-income families with children aged under 6. It is intended to provide regular, additional financial support for families already in receipt of qualifying benefits to assist with the costs of caring for a child.

Child Winter Heating Assistance

Child Winter Heating Assistance is an automatic payment of £200 for children and young people under 18 who get the highest rate of the care component of Disability Living Allowance for children.

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