- About CAA
- Asbestos Related Disease
- What Is Asbestos?
- What is Mesothelioma?
- Treatment of Mesothelioma
- What is Asbestosis?
- What is Pleural Plaque, Pleural Thickening & Benign Pleural Disease?
- What is Asbestos-related Lung Cancer?
- Information for Those Diagnosed
- Information for Families
- Information for the Medical Profession
- Self-management Toolkit
- Managing Your Asbestos Related Condition – Video
- Sign our petition: Remove Asbestos from Scottish Schools
- My wife Sandra – The story of a schoolgirl, wife and mother who died from asbestos related cancer aged just 52
- Asbestos Management in Schools
- Compensation & Benefits
- Mesothelioma Compensation
- Asbestos- related Industrial Injuries Disablement Benefit & State (government) Compensation
- Other State (government) Benefits
- The Pneumoconiosis etc. (Workers Compensation) Act 1979
- Diffuse Mesothelioma Scheme 2008
- Diffuse Mesothelioma Payment Scheme (DMPS) 2014
- Civil Compensation
- Pleural Plaques Compensation
- Armed Services Compensation
- Expatriates & Asbestos – Related Benefits & Compensation
- Power of Attorney, Appointees & Representatives
- Procurator Fiscal & Coroner – Asbestos related deaths
- Wills, Probate and Inheritance
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- Donate by Payroll
- Gift Aid Declaration, Sponsorship & Standing Order Forms
- Membership of CAA
Nicola Gardiner is fundraising for CAA by creating an In Memory page for her late father Rab Allan:
We have decided to make this page to try and raise some extra money for a well deserved charity. Clydeside supported us from the start and we would like to give something back, my Dad supported Clydeside and had great faith in the job they do, although a hard one. This disease is preventable and I hope I can raise some awareness to help others in the future.
My Dad loved his job and took pride in any work he did. This condition is on the rise and if we try and get some awareness out there, we may save a life in the future. It won’t bring my Dad back, but it will help other families walking our path in the forthcoming years.
We need research into Mesothelioma and support for caregiver’s, this is no ordinary disease and has devastating effects on lifes. I hope one day it will be treatable and that nobody else will suffer the horrific side effects of this condition. My Dad never knew what was in front of him until it was there…anyone who knows the condition will understand this. I ask you’s all to donate to a worthwhile cause, you never know when it may touch you in the future. The Allan/Gardiner family”. xxxx
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