Provides health information and self care advice to the people of Scotland.
If you need help expressing your views when attending health appointments, you can get an independent advocate.
You have the right to ask for an 'interested person review' if you have questions or concerns about a family member's cause of death.
Get support if you're new to your caring role.
Technology that helps you live safely and independently in your own home.
Get help finding a place in a care home.
Get help at home from your local council or from private home care.
Information on how to complain about an NHS service, such as a hospital, GP or dentist.
Find out how to make complaints and feedback about care services.
If you need care services that have a charge, the council will carry out a financial assessment to decide what you need to pay.
You can get help if you're in hospital and need extra support when you go home, or if you need to move into a care home.
Support if you have a mental health problem such as depression, schizophrenia or anxiety.
Find out how standards of care are inspected in Scotland.
If you feel your human rights have been abused, there are many ways you can report it.
The steps you must take when someone dies outside Scotland or abroad – register a death, post-mortems, funerals and support.
Find practical support, advice and information for carers.
How to register as an organ donor and join the NHS Organ Donor Register.
Personal and nursing care may be an option if you need support to live comfortably and safely at home.
How to find and register with a local doctor (GP).
How to register with an NHS dentist and what to expect as an NHS dental patient.
Information on keeping safe during winter weather. Includes travelling, grit bins, loss of utilities, frozen or burst pipes and snow and flooding.
Support organisations that offer practical advice and support for carers.
The steps you must take when someone dies – register a death, the procurator fiscal, funerals and bereavement support.
If you're a young carer or a young adult carer, you can get help, advice and support.
Find out about your rights as someone needing care.