Extension Of Free Personal Care To People Under The Age Of 65, Scotland, 2020-21

Statistics release covering the extension of Free Personal Care (FPC) to people under the age of 65 in Scotland, also known as "Frank's Law".

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Non-Official Statistics

This is a one-off statistical release concerning the extension of Free Personal Care to people under the age of 65. In the future, it is expected that this information will be included as part of the Free Personal and Nursing Care National Statistics publication.

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