Services to support children and young people in Midlothian are making a positive difference, a new report has announced.
This week the Care Inspectorate announced the findings of a joint investigation, which took place in Midlothian between June and August.
A team from the inspectorate, Education Scotland, Healthcare Improvement Scotland and HM Inspectorate of Constabulary for Scotland examined the services provided by the agencies which make up the Midlothian Community Planning Partnership.
The report said there was a “high degree of commitment at all levels to improving the lives of children and young people”.
Partnership chairman Councillor Owen Thompson said: “The report clearly highlights a lot of good work is being carried out in Midlothian.”
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