Results 281–300 of 729 for speaker:Hugh O'Donnell

Scottish Parliament written answers — Voluntary Sector: Voluntary Sector (5 Aug 2009)

Hugh O'Donnell: To ask the Scottish Executive how individual projects will be organised and coordinated under the proposed Single Interface Programme for community and voluntary groups.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Voluntary Sector: Voluntary Sector (5 Aug 2009)

Hugh O'Donnell: To ask the Scottish Executive how it will ensure that the needs of each community are met under the proposed Single Interface Programme for community and voluntary groups.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Voluntary Sector: Voluntary Sector (5 Aug 2009)

Hugh O'Donnell: To ask the Scottish Executive how the level of funding for each community and voluntary project will be determined under the Single Interface Programme for community and voluntary groups.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Voluntary Sector: Voluntary Sector (5 Aug 2009)

Hugh O'Donnell: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it has consulted community planning partnerships about the Single Interface Programme and, if so, how any responses influenced the formation of the programme.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Autism: Autism (20 Jul 2009)

Hugh O'Donnell: To ask the Scottish Executive what data is collected on retention and achievement rates for students with autism.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Education: Education (20 Jul 2009)

Hugh O'Donnell: To ask the Scottish Executive for how many children with a coordinated support plan a transition plan is in place 12 months before they finish school, as set out in the code of practice for the Education (Additional Support for Learning) (Scotland) Act 2004.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Autism: Autism (15 Jul 2009)

Hugh O'Donnell: To ask the Scottish Executive how many local authorities and NHS boards can provide precise numbers of adults with low-functioning and high-functioning autism.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Autism: Autism (15 Jul 2009)

Hugh O'Donnell: To ask the Scottish Executive how many staff in local authorities who carry out community care assessments have received autism-specific training.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Autism: Autism (15 Jul 2009)

Hugh O'Donnell: To ask the Scottish Executive how many GPs have received autism-specific training.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Autism: Autism (15 Jul 2009)

Hugh O'Donnell: To ask the Scottish Executive how many local authorities and NHS boards commission ongoing support from specialist teams for people with high-functioning autism.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Autism: Autism (15 Jul 2009)

Hugh O'Donnell: To ask the Scottish Executive whether its Health Directorate has carried out a cost-benefit analysis of specialised diagnostic and support services for people with high-functioning autism.

Scottish Parliament: Supporting Social Work (24 Jun 2009)

Hugh O'Donnell: It is difficult to say anything original in the debate, as I am late in the batting order. I congratulate Christina McKelvie on securing it and declare an interest: I was a social carer with a voluntary sector organisation for a number of years. I guess that the historical roots of social work are in the abdication of individual responsibility to professionalism. We have been very successful,...

Scottish Parliament: Anne Frank Day (11 Jun 2009)

Hugh O'Donnell: I, too, thank John Park for enabling us to debate, in Anne Frank week, the valuable and important work of the Anne Frank Trust UK. The work that has informed the trust's exhibition is critical to our understanding. Members who, like John Park, have been to the Anne Frank House will have realised under what pressure the people must have been who spent two long years in that confined space....

Scottish Parliament: National Qualifications (11 Jun 2009)

Hugh O'Donnell: First, the cabinet secretary said that she wants to encourage uptake of the new qualifications by adult learners. How will she do that? Secondly, will the professional responsibility of all teaching staff for promoting literacy and numeracy skills cover all subject areas? Will it be included in the SQA marking guidelines?

Scottish Parliament written answers — Information Technology: Information Technology (2 Jun 2009)

Hugh O'Donnell: To ask the Scottish Parliamentary Corporate Body, further to the answer to question S3W-23335 by Alex Johnstone on 8 May 2009, what criteria are used to assess whether access to user logs is required and who makes this assessment.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Information Technology: Information Technology (2 Jun 2009)

Hugh O'Donnell: To ask the Scottish Parliamentary Corporate Body, further to the answer to question S3W-23335 by Alex Johnstone on 8 May 2009, how many times access to user logs has been granted and for what reason in each case.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Population: Population (29 May 2009)

Hugh O'Donnell: To ask the Scottish Executive, further to the answer to question S3W-23376 by John Swinney on 13 May 2009 and notwithstanding the content of that reply, whether it will provide additional information on what impact the net increase in population will have on the provision of services and the likely additional costs.

Scottish Parliament: First Minister's Question Time: Scotland's Colleges (Recession) (28 May 2009)

Hugh O'Donnell: To ask the First Minister what recent discussions the Scottish Government has had with Scotland's Colleges about the recession. (S3F-1738)

Scottish Parliament: First Minister's Question Time: Scotland's Colleges (Recession) (28 May 2009)

Hugh O'Donnell: I am sure that the First Minister is aware that it is expected that there will be an uplift of the order of 40,000 in the number of applications for college places during the coming year. That reflects the number of people who will be looking for new training and training opportunities. How does the First Minister feel about the Scottish Further and Higher Education Funding Council's...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Health: Health (28 May 2009)

Hugh O'Donnell: To ask the Scottish Executive what steps it has taken or guidance it has issued to NHS boards and local authorities with regard to ending the practice of reverse or Dutch auctions for the purpose of inviting tenders for social care services and what the reasons are for its policy in this matter.


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