§ Mr. McCartney
asked the Secretary of State for Scotland if he will list the grants paid to each Scottish organisation concerned with the disabled in the year 1980–81 and the grants being paid in 1981–82.
§ Mr. Fairgrieve
Grants paid by my right hon. Friend to organisations concerned with the disabled in the year to 31 March 1981 were as follows:
Grants paid under the Residential Special Schools and Orphanages (Scotland) Grant Regulations 1948 £ Donaldson's School for the Deaf 272,000 East Park House School (Physically Handicapped) 472,000 Harmeny School (Maladjusted) 147,000 Lendrick Muir (Maladjusted) 238,000 Royal Blind School 412,000 Stanmore School (Spastics) 431,000 Corseford School 307,000 Westerlea School 188,000 Craigerne School (Maladjusted) 123,000 Thorntoun Manor School (Maladjusted) 187,000 Total 2,777,000 Grants paid under section 64 of the Health Services and Public Health Act 1968 (to 28.2.1981 only) Community Service Volunteers 4,875 Chest, Heart and Stroke Association 1,750 Scottish Council on Disability 43,406 RSSPCC Battered Baby Unit 14,681 Arthritis and Rheumatism Council 7,272 Scottish Association for Mental Health 3,400 Toy Libraries Association 1,500 British Association of Intermediate Care Schemes 691 National Association for Welfare of Children in Hospital 870 Motability 28,519 Total 106,964 Grant paid under the Further Education (Scotland) Regulations 1959 Scottish Centre for the Tuition of the Disabled 8,740 Grants paid under Section 10(1) of the Social Work (Scotland) Act 1968 Scottish Epilepsy Association 14,134 Toy Libraries Association 1,500
£ Spina Bifida Association 2,025 Crossroads (Scotland) Care Attendant Scheme 13,473 Crossroads (Dundee) Care Attendant Scheme 5,990 Scottish Council on Disability 84,877 Disablement Income Group (Scotland) 3,230 Scottish National Federation for Welfare of the Blind 250 Lochaber Handicapped Association 3,900 Family Fund 330,000 St. Vincent's Centre 1,560 Garvald Training Centre 3,467 Area 5 Action Group 5,850 L'Arche 1,000 Ark Housing Association 2,519 Key Housing Association 637 Atholl Baptist Centre—Pitlochry 16,056 Scottish Society for the Mentally Handicapped 8,305 Total 498,713 Grand Total 3,391,477
Services for the disabled also benefit from the grants paid by my Department to other voluntary organisations operating on a wider front. Decisions on grants for 1981–82 have in general yet to be taken.