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An image of a woman with dark hair and a dark v-neck top looking at the camera. She has a serious expression and her head and shoulders are surrounded by a thick green outline. The image is on a black background with grey concentric circles. The CCPS (Coalition of Care & Support Providers) logo sits at the top left. On the right-hand side is the message: “I’m Zoe, a Personal Development Worker at C-Change. For me, being paid £13 an hour would make a huge difference. That’s why I’m asking the Scottish Government to: value me, invest in Scotland and Rethink Your Budget.” The image is part of CCPS’s Rethink to 13 campaign, which calls on Scottish Government to increase pay for social care and support staff to £13 per hour from April.

Rethink to13 Campaign

We fully support the Coalition of Care and Support Providers in Scotland (CCPS – voice of not-for-profit social care providers in Scotland) ‘Rethink To 13’ ‘campaign which is calling upon the Scottish Government to rethink pay for social care colleagues in the 2024-25 Budget. We urge them to increase pay to at least £13 per hour from April 2024 as part of a published timetable to achieve Fair Work.

As part of the campaign, CCPS will be sharing 13 stories from frontline colleagues focusing on the impact they make – and the difference investment would have on the people they support.

Thank you to our Personal Development Worker colleague Zoe for contributing to the campaign through the short video below.

Please take a minute to watch/listen to Zoe call upon the Scottish Government to recognise the social care workforce for the valuable role each person plays in #SupportingGoodLives

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