Publication - Consultation paper

Social security advocacy service standards: consultation

Published: 11 Jul 2019

The purpose of this consultation is to gather views on the draft social security advocacy service standards.

Contents
Social security advocacy service standards: consultation
Annex I: Consultation Questions

Annex I: Consultation Questions

Standards

Q1 Do you agree with the definition of advocacy?

Q2 Is anything missing from the definition of advocacy and if so, what?

Q3 Do you agree with the principle of "independence"?

Q4 Do you agree with the standards?

Q5 Is anything missing from the standards and if so, what?

Q6 Do you agree with the principle of "person centred"?

Q7 Do you agree with the standards?

Q8 Is anything missing from the standards and if so, what?

Q9 Do you agree with the principle of "accessible"?

Q10 Do you agree with the standards?

Q11 Is anything missing from the standards and if so, what?

Q12 Do you agree with having a principle of "trained"?

Q13 Do you agree with the standards?

Q14 Is anything missing from the standards and if so, what?

Q15 Do you agree with having a principle of "quality assured"?

Q16 Do you agree with the standards?

Q17 Is anything missing from the standards and if so, what?

Impact Assessments

Equality Impact Assessment

Q18 Are you aware of any impacts on groups who share protected characteristics that we have not identified here?

Q19 If yes, please provide details.

Child Rights and Wellbeing Impact Assessment

Q20 Are you aware of any impacts on children's rights and wellbeing which are not identified here?

Q21 If yes, please provide details.

Business and Regulatory Impact Assessment

Q22 Are you aware of any impacts on businesses which are not identified here?

Q23 If yes, please provide details

Island Screening Assessment

Q24 Are you aware of any impacts on island communities which are not identified here?

Q25 If yes, please provide details.


Contact

Email: socialsecurityadvocacy@gov.scot