Home > Uncategorized > NO PROTECTION FOR CHILDREN AT SOCIAL PROTECTION

NO PROTECTION FOR CHILDREN AT SOCIAL PROTECTION

Update April 23

Burton Says no Restoration of Illness Benefit to Working Lone Parents, Widows, Widowers in Dáil

Reply to Seamus Healy TD

(This benefit is payable to workers generally based on their own PRSI contributions. Though Lone Parents, widows, widowers claim illness benefit based on their own contributions they are not entitled to sickness benefit)

Question No: 40 Ref No: 15855-15

To the Tánaiste and Minister for Social Protection

To ask the Tánaiste and Minister for Social Protection if she will restore the entitlement of working widows and working lone parents who are respectively in receipt of a survivors pension or a lone parent allowance to illness benefit; and if she will make a statement on the matter.
– Seamus Healy.

*    For WRITTEN answer on Wednesday, 22nd April, 2015.

R E P L Y

Tánaiste and Minister for Social Protection (Joan Burton T.D):

The social welfare system is designed to respond to a range of contingencies such as illness, unemployment, old age and widowhood. In Budget 2012 the Government decided, having regard to the fiscal necessity to contain social welfare expenditure and to protect weekly rates of payment, that it was no longer possible to have a social welfare system whereby some people got more than one primary weekly payment.

So, from January 2013, half-rate payments of jobseeker’s benefit, illness benefit and incapacity supplement for those who get widow(er)’s pensions, surviving civil partner’s pensions or one-parent family payment ceased (for new applicants for jobseeker’s benefit, illness benefit and incapacity supplement).  Other concurrent payment entitlements, such as new participants on Community Employment schemes, were also ceased as part of the Budget 2012 measures.

Prior to this, there were a limited number of exceptions in the social insurance system to the general principle of “one person, one payment”.  These exceptions usually applied in the context of short-term benefits.  For instance, recipients of One-Parent Family Payment, Widows and Widowers Pensioners etc. could, until Budget 2012, also receive short-term social insurance benefits, such as Illness Benefit and Jobseeker’s Benefit at half-rate at the same time.

These overlapping payment arrangements were introduced in the early 1950s when the social insurance system was first established – a time when there were only 10 individual social welfare payments – and the social welfare system has been significantly developed since then.

I am satisfied that the general principle of “one person, one payment” serves to maintain the equity of the social welfare system.

ENDS

April 19

Burton-Lone Parents Demonstration against further cuts due  Shortly 

Dáil Éireann, Monday, April 27 at 1:00pm

April 17

Four Further Questions by Seamus Healy TD on Childcare and 4 further non-answers from Minister Reilly are now carried below the Priority Questions in the post below

April 16 12.00 Noon

REILLY WAFFLES on Child Care Provision

Lone Parents must pay for childcare outside school time after July 2 (Full day care rate of 105 Euro per week)

Government has no funds to increase the capitation fee though the top 10,000 earners have an average income of  595,000 Euro per year each

Dáil Éireann – 15/Apr/2015 Preschool Services

http://oireachtasdebates.oireachtas.ie/debates%20authoring/debateswebpack.nsf/takes/dail2015041500008?opendocument—–Read All Reilly’s (non) Answers to Seamus Healy’s Questions by Clicking Above

Child Care Services Provision

 3. Deputy Seamus Healy asked the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs if, in view of the fact that, effective from 2 July 2015, single parents of children over seven years of age will be required to participate in activation measures outside the home in order to receive the full jobseeker’s transition payment, he will provide free child care outside school hours and in school holiday periods for the children affected as a matter of urgency; and if he will make a statement on the matter.  [14646/15]

Deputy James Reilly:This question relates to the one-parent family payment. As the Deputy knows, this is, in the first instance, a matter for the Department of Social Protection. However, my Department has been working closely with that Department to develop a range of targeted child care support programmes for low-income families, parents returning to the workforce and parents engaging in training and-or employment initiatives. Among these targeted child care support programmes is the after-school childcare programme which provides after-school care for primary school children of eligible parents for a period of 52 weeks. The programme contributes €40 per week for an after-school place or €80 per week in situations where a pick-up service is provided to take the child from school to the child care provider. The programme also provides a full day care rate of €105 per week, for a maximum of ten weeks, to cater for school holiday periods. In all cases, the maximum fee payable by parents is €15 per week per child. The community child care subvention programme and child care education and training support programme also provide a range of child care supports for eligible parents, including after-school care.

These targeted child care support programmes, together with the universal early childhood care and education programme which provides a free preschool year for all children in the age category three years and two months to four years and seven months, represent an overall annual investment of €260 million and support more than 100,000 children each year. This level of investment has been maintained, despite the difficult budgetary position in recent years. To ensure all of the benefits of this and future investment are fully realised, it must be evidence-based and strategically co-ordinated. Accordingly, I have established an interdepartmental group to develop a coherent whole-of-government approach to investment in early years and after-school care and education.

Dáil Éireann – 15/Apr/2015 Child Care Services Provision (Continued)// //

This group is considering the needs of children in their early years as well as the needs of school-going children. The group, which is still in the early stages of its deliberations, will submit its final report to Government in June 2015.

Dáil Éireann – 15/Apr/2015 Child Care Services Provision (Continued)// //

Deputy Seamus Healy: Information on Seamus Healy Zoom on Seamus Healy Question No. 3 relates to the one-parent family payment and the situation after 02 July next when the payment is lost once the youngest child reaches seven years of age. Prior to any such change being introduced, the Government promised that Scandinavian style child care would be available but that has not happened. Single parents will be required to be available for work after 02 July this year, once their youngest child is over seven years of age. Child care services will need to be put in place on a full-time basis, including after-school services. What plans does the Department have to do that?

Deputy James Reilly: Information on Dr. James Reilly Zoom on Dr. James Reilly The short answer to the question is that I am awaiting the outcome of the interdepartmental group’s deliberations and it would be premature to make any statement about it before then. This is a broadly based group of interdepartmental individuals who have engaged in a number of open consultation days with many of the stakeholders in the area. Shortly, an online questionnaire will be issued for both parents and providers to feed into this process.

I will now outline to the House several child care schemes that are currently in place. The child care education and training support scheme programme offers €145 per week towards the cost of a full day child care place. It also provides part time and after school places. The programme has a budget of €17 million per year and caters for approximately 8,000 children annually.

Deputy Seamus Healy:The Government is putting the cart before the horse. As I said already, the Government promised child care services comparable to those available in Scandinavia prior to this change taking effect. However, from 02 July next, single parents will be required to be available for job activation measures with no child care services being made available to them. This is definitely putting the cart before the horse. Will the change due to take effect from 02 July be deferred, given that the services are not in place to support it?

Deputy James Reilly: respectfully disagree with the Deputy’s contention that the Government is putting the cart before the horse. I have already described the child care education and training support programme and the Deputy’s contention that there are no services available is simply not true. There is also the after school child care programme, which is designed to support low-income and unemployed people to take up a job, increase their days of employment or take up a place on a Department of Social Protection employment programme. It provides after school care for primary school children of eligible parents for a period of 52 weeks. The programme contributes €40 per week for an after school place or €80 per week in situations where a pick-up service is available to take the child from school to the child care provider. The programme also provides a full day care rate of €105 per week for a maximum of ten weeks to cater for school holiday periods. In all cases the maximum fee payable by parents is €15 per week. I do not have time to go into detail on all of the other services available, but there is also a community employment child care programme and a community child care subvention programme.

Deputy Healy would have to agree that in the past we saw ample examples of Government throwing money at problems but not fixing them.

Dáil Éireann – 15/Apr/2015 Child Care Services Provision (Continued)// //

In this instance, we want a properly costed and analysed plan that will give the Government access to a range of options that will allow it to provide the greatest benefits for parents and children from the money it collects from taxpayers and spends in this area.-ENDS

Deputy Seamus Healy   asked the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs   if he will increase the capitation fee payable under the early childhood care and education scheme to the level required to provide the service; if he will reinstate the 2011 level of capitation as an interim measure; and if he will make a statement on the matter.  [14647/15]

Deputy Seamus Healy:   This question relates to the level of funding available to child care facilities, particularly those which are community based. The level of such funding simply not adequate to allow such facilities to provide services.

MinisterJames Reilly

On funding, I have a budget for the year. Much and all though I might like it to be the case, I do not have additional funds available to allow me to increase the rate of capitation.

Further Questions to Minister Reilly from Seamus Healy TD

Second Free Year of Childcare, Extra Resources for Children with Disabilities in Chilcare, Cuts in School Completion Programme, Cuts in Provision of Youth Services

4 Further Non-Answers by Minister Reilly on Child Care to Seamus Healy TD

Extra Resources for Children with Disabilities in Childcare

Deputy Seamus Healy   asked the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs   if he is now in a position to provide extra resources to child care providers, in respect of children with additional and special needs; and if he will make a statement on the matter.  [14456/15]

Minister for Children and Youth Affairs (Deputy James Reilly):   Additional provisions are made for children with special needs who access the free pre-school year under the Early Childhood Care and Education programme. These provisions include the option to avail of the programme on a pro-rata basis over a two year time period, and also the option to avail of an exemption to the upper age limit for entry to the programme.

The majority of children with special needs are in a position to access the free pre-school provision in mainstream childcare settings, but I want to ensure the consistency of support for those children who cannot avail of pre-school services without specialised support. My Department, in consultation with the Department of Health and the Department of Education and Skills, is working to develop an agreed framework for the provision of resources to support children with special needs in mainstream childcare settings.

The high level Inter-Departmental Group which I established to examine the issue of future investment in early years and school age care and education is considering all aspects of provision, including the issue of support for children with special needs who wish to access mainstream services. The Group is still in the early stages of its deliberations. I expect that a report will be provided to me in June this year. The Government will then be in a position to consider the direction of future investment in the sector, including in the very important area of special needs.

Cuts in School Completion Programme

2 Deputy Seamus Healy   asked the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs   in view of the fact that funding of the school completion programme has been cut from €32.9 million in 2008 to €24.7 million currently, including a cut of 6.5% in the current year, if he will restore the level of funding to this vital programme for young persons; and if he will make a statement on the matter.  [14459/15]

Minister for Children and Youth Affairs (Deputy James Reilly):   The School Completion Programme aims to retain young people in the formal education system to completion of senior cycle and to improve the school attendance, participation and retention of its target cohort. It is a targeted intervention aimed at school communities identified under the Department of Education and Skills DEIS Action Plan. It involves 124 locally managed projects and provides targeted supports to approximately 36,000 children and young people.

Since 1st January 2014, the Child and Family Agency has operational responsibility for the School Completion Programme, including the allocation of funds to local projects. In 2014, an allocation of €24.756 million was provided for the School Completion Programme. The Agency has indicated a similar allocation for the programme in 2015.

The Agency has approved local projects’ school retention plans for the 2014/2015 academic year. The first two instalments of 2014/15 funding have issued to local projects, with a third instalment planned for May 2015.

The ESRI is currently reviewing the School Completion Programme, which will help in future decisions on its structure, governance and operation. Its final report is expected very shortly. The Minister for Education and Skills recently published an evaluation of the DEIS programme which was also prepared by the ESRI , and which refers to the School Completion Programme as an integral support within DEIS in improving attendance and engagement in education.

I have advised the Agency of my commitment to ensuring that there is no diminution in the school completion programme services. The School Completion Programme is an important service within the Agency’s educational welfare services. It is highly regarded as a key response in securing improved educational outcomes for children and young people at risk of early school leaving.

Second Free Year of Childcare

3  Deputy Seamus Healy   asked the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs   if he will provide a second full free preschool year for all children from the beginning of the new school year; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [14458/15]

Minister for Children and Youth Affairs (Deputy James Reilly):   The Early Childhood Care and Education programme provides one free pre-school year to all eligible children before commencing primary school. This programme represents an annual investment of more than €170 million in pre-school services.

The introduction of a second pre-school year would require considerable additional funding, broadly in line with the cost of the current provision. This additional funding is not currently available due to the financial constraints under which the Government is operating. I would like to be in a position to increase our investment in childcare-related programmes. This will take time, as the benefits of growth generate the required resources. However, I am determined that all such spending, whether existing or additional, will be based on good evidence and strategically co-ordinated, so that we achieve the best possible benefits for children and parents.

As you are aware, the Inter-Departmental Group which I recently established will look at early years provision right across the 0 to 6 age group, as well as consider the after-school needs of school-going children. It is crucial that we develop a coherent whole-of-Government approach to investment in childcare services and the Group has been asked to report me by the Summer.

All of the available evidence indicates that the quality of the pre-school provision is key to good outcomes for children. The Early Years Quality Agenda is being progressed by my Department. This involves a range of actions in key areas aimed at improving quality within early years services and enhancing the regulatory regime.

Youth Services Funding

Deputy Seamus Healy   asked the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs   if he will restore the 30% cut in youth services provision since 2008, including the cuts made by his Government since coming to office; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [14460/15]

Minister for Children and Youth Affairs (Deputy James Reilly):   My Department administers a range of funding schemes and programmes to support the provision of youth services to young people throughout the country including those from disadvantaged communities. The funding schemes support national and local youth work provision to some 380,000 young people and involve approximately 1,400 youth work staff in 477 projects and 40,000 volunteers working in youth work services and communities throughout the country. My Department, along with all government departments, was required to deliver substantial savings on all funding programmes in line with the Comprehensive Review of Expenditure (CRE) in the years 2012, 2013 and 2014. In determining the annual allocations for youth programmes, while having regard to the CRE, my Department sought to ensure that, as far as is possible, the focus was maintained on the front line youth services particularly those for the most vulnerable young people. In 2015, funding of €49.93m has been provided to my Department for these schemes. There has been no reduction in the overall allocation for youth services in 2015 which was a key priority for youth organisations.

My Department is developing a new National Youth Strategy. Based on Better Outcomes, Brighter Futures – the National Policy Framework for Children and Young People 2014 – 2020, it will be a universal strategy for all young people aged 10 to 24. It will have a particular focus on those who are most disadvantaged or at risk and who have the poorest outcomes and therefore in most need of support.

The National Youth Strategy is being developed in close consultation with statutory youth interests and the voluntary youth organisations and services that work with young people. A comprehensive consultation with youth stakeholders and young people on the priorities for the strategy has recently concluded and my Department anticipates that the new National Youth Strategy will be completed by early Summer.

April 16 Burton Takes the Widows Mite (and the Lone Parent’s Mite As Well) Shocking Attack on Widows’ Entitlements discussed on Joe Duffy’s Liveline Listen to full discussion

http://www.rte.ie/radio/utils/radioplayer/rteradioweb.html#!rii=9%3A10405175%3A0%3A%3A

Working Widows and Lone Parents Can’t Get Sick!! Burton removed their right to illness benefit in 2013 irrespective of how many social insurance contribution they have! If husband were still alive they would have full entitlement to illness benefit!Mothers who are carers lose half the carers allowance on the death of their husbands! Citizens Information Page updated: 5 January 2015

Widow’s, Widower’s or Surviving Civil Partner’s Pension (including occupational widow’s/widower’s pensions) and One-Parent Family Payment, Deserted Wife’s Allowance/Benefit or Prisoner’s Wife’s Allowance If you are getting any of these payments at the full rate you cannot get Illness Benefit at the same time. However if you are getting a reduced rate of one of these payments and become ill you may qualify for a reduced rate of Illness Benefit (so that the combined amount of both payments is not greater than the rate of IB to which you are entitled).

April 14 Lack of Adequate Child Care Provision  Parliamentary Questions to Minister Reilly by Seamus Healy TD Seamus Healy TD has put down  the following 7 Parliamentary Questions to Minister Reilly on Childcare Provision The  questions will be taken by the Minister in the Dáil Today Priority Questions 1 In view of the fact that from July 2, 2015 single parents of children over 7 years of age will be required to participate in activation measures outside the home in order to receive the full job seekers transition payment , will he provide free child care outside of school hours and in school holiday periods to the children affected as a matter of urgency? And if he will make a statement on the matter? 2 To ask the minister for Children and Youth Affairs, Dr Reilly In view of your statement in reply to my question of Feb 18 “Staff remuneration does account for the great proportion of the overall cost of providing childcare services and I acknowledge that increased capitation and subvention payments through the childcare support programmes would assist childcare services in addressing these cost issues.    I have indicated that, if resources become available to my Department, I will consider the scope for increasing the level of these payments.” if he is now in a position to increase the capitation fee payable under the early childhood care and education scheme, to the level required to provide the service; if he will re-instate 2011 levels of capitation, as an interim measure; and if he will make a statement on the matter. PQ1 To ask the minister for Children and Youth Affairs, Dr Reilly In view of his statement in reply to my Question of Feb 18 “  The majority of children with special needs avail of the free preschool year in mainstream child care services. I am aware that the Health Service Executive assists, where possible, children with special needs who may require additional support to enable them to avail of preschool services in mainstream settings, but the fact that this is not nationally consistent is a source of concern for me. My Department has been working with the Departments of Health and Education and Skills to build better supports that will facilitate children with special needs. The aim is to develop an agreed framework for the provision of resources to support children with special needs in mainstream child care settings.” if he is now in a position to provide extra resources to child care providers in respect of children with additional and special needs; and if he will make a statement on the matter?   PQ 2 To ask the minister for Children and Youth Affairs, Dr Reilly, In the light of his statement on Feb 24: “  I recognise the difficulties being faced by childcare providers and I am aware of the concerns of childcare professionals in relation to levels of remuneration in the childcare sector. I met recently with their representatives to discuss a range of issues relating to childcare provision and I am giving careful consideration to their views on future developments in the sector.” if he will stipulate minimum salary levels for employees of child care providers who are in receipt of the capitation fee, and if he will make a statement on the matter?   PQ3 To ask the minister for Children and Youth Affairs, Dr Reilly, In the light of his statement on Feb 24: “ There is an increasing body of Irish and international evidence quantifying the benefits of early years interventions in terms of improving outcomes for children and in delivering significant economic and societal return to the State. In this context, I believe the introduction of a second year would benefit children’s educational and developmental outcomes” if he will provide a second full free preschool year for all children from the beginning of the new school year; and if he will make a statement on the matter. PQ 4 To ask the minister for Children and Youth Affairs, Dr Reilly, In view of the fact that funding of  the School Completion Programme has been cut from 32.9m in 2008 to 24.7 million currently including a 6.5% cut in the current school year, If he will restore the level of funding to this vital programme for young people and if he will make a statement on the matter   PQ 5 To ask the minister for Children and Youth Affairs, Dr Reilly, If he will restore the 30% cut in youth services provision since 2008 including the cuts made by his government since coming to office? And if he will make a statement on the matter?     see also Reduction in Child Benefit  since 2008 on this blog update  Feb 18, 2015 Single Mothers Forced by Labours  Burton to take up work  outside Home when youngest child reaches 7 years of age! 32,000 Lone Parents to Lose up to 80£ per Week on July 2 7 year Olds Home Alone as Burton Breaks Promise to introduce Scandinavian Childcare System! Jack O’Connor(SIPTU) and Labour Affiliated  Unions Must Stop Labour’s Cruelty Now! From July 2,2015 when the youngest child of a single parent reaches 7 years of age, the parent will be transferred from the One Parent Family Payment to Transition Job Seekers Allowance. Job Seekers payments are normally only available to those actively seeking paid employment. A person who refuses to take up a job offer loses the payment. However to be eligible for the Jobseekers Transition allowance  “you must participate in employment activation measures and you have to participate in any recommended course of education, training or employment programme. If you don’t participate you may be paid a lower amount of JST (a penalty rate).” In the “transition” you need not seek or take up an actual job!But, even if you cannot afford childcare, you will have to accept a lower “penalty rate” if you need to look after a 7 year old child!! Several sociologists have shown conclusively that a person on One Parent Family payment and who is already working a number of hours per week will loose substantial weekly income! The system being introduced is clearly a “transition” to a situation where they will be forced to take up actual jobs without the “Scandinavian” childcare promised by Burton being in place. When introducing the Bill two years ago, Burton herself had admitted that accessible and affordable child care should be in place when the change is introduced. But it isn’t in place!!! With characteristic insensitivity, Burton is introducing the change on the day primary schools close for the summer holidays and the seven year old will be at home all day requiring child care!!! INCOME CUTS FOR LONE PARENTS From July 2nd lone parents working more than 19 hours a week would lose the one-parent family payment when their youngest child turned seven years of age. Up to 32,000 families will be affected by this measure and, in many cases, their incomes will be slashed by up to €80 per week. Burton9Labour!) has been persistent and consistent in reducing the child age threshold for the payment.

It has already been reduced from 14 years to 12 in 2012, and to 10 years in 2013. Now she has reduced it to 7 years of age!!!

 The deprivation rate among lone parents is 230 per cent higher than it is among the general population, and 33 per cent higher than it is among those who are unemployed.

The change to 7 years  amounts to a serious attack on loan parents

Jack O’Connor(SIPTU) and Labour Party Affiliated  Unions Must Stop Labour’s Cruelty to ONE PARENT Families . UNITE THE UNION has already Dissaffiliated from the Labour Party

OCT 27, 2014 CHILD POVERTY INCREASED UNDER FF, FG, LABOUR IRELAND NOW AT 37 OUT OF 41 COUNTRIES FOR CHILD WELFARE UNICEF REPORT ON CHILD POVERTY IN RICH COUNTRIES https://static.rasset.ie/documents/news/unicefreportcard.pdf Irish Children Fell Furthest and Fastest in comparison to all other sections of the population during recession (2008-2012) All three TROIKA Parties are responsible The Department of Social Protection (?) has a special responsibility for preventing child poverty The Department has been headed by current Labour Party Leader Joan Burton for the past 3 and a half years. She reduced child benefit. No priority was given to reducing child poverty in the recent budget Why has Labour Leader Joan Burton not resigned as Minister for Social Protection? A new study from UNICEF on the impact of the recession on children in 41 developed countries places Ireland close to the bottom of the list. The report has ranked Ireland in 37th place in the league table measuring relative changes in child poverty. Only Croatia, Latvia, Greece and Iceland finished below Ireland in the UNICEF league table. The report looked at the impact of the economic crisis on child well-being. It found Irish families with children have lost the equivalent of ten years of income progress. The child poverty rate rose by over 10% to 28.6% between 2008 and 2012. This corresponds to a net increase of more than 130,000 poor children in Ireland. Comparatively, poverty among older people has increased by 2.5% during the same period. Of the 41 countries surveyed, 18 recorded a reduction in child poverty, including Chile, Australia and Poland. UNICEF said the data showed a strong correlation between the impact of the financial crisis and a disproportionate decline in children’s well-being. UNICEF Ireland Executive Director Peter Power said: “Countries should place the well-being of children at the top of their priorities during economic recessions. “Not only is this a moral obligation, but it is in the long term self-interest of societies. “Children living in poverty are more likely to become impoverished adults and have poor children, creating and sustaining intergenerational cycles of poverty.” Speaking on RTÉ’s Morning Ireland, Mr Power outlined the long-term problems if the issue of child poverty is not addressed and what the Government needs to do. He said: “We need to look at this whole problem from a child’s rights perspective. Children have a right to grow up outside of endemic poverty. “One very important recommendation that we would ask Government to look at and that’s this – that they set out certain red lines and if poverty indicators fall below those red lines that it automatically triggers an intervention by Government.”

Advertisements
Categories: Uncategorized
  1. elaine meade
    February 19, 2015 at 6:16 pm

    Well written, really feel lone parents being discriminated against. These changes are regressive. A married mother protected under the constitution but this protection isn’t given to a single mother who is denied that privelege for whatever reason.

  2. February 19, 2015 at 10:15 pm

    Well done on such an insightful analysis. You really got to the crux, other countries, protected children. Ireland forced them to bears the brunt of the crisis. Shame on us!

  3. April 23, 2015 at 12:11 pm

    Agreed. Well done on highlighting this systemic attack on mothers, widows, single parents (men and women, although the men are often overlooked they do exist).

    Something seriously needs to change. Tanaiste Joan Burton is ignoring all recommendations to reconsider and the simple fact of her “activation” measures is the without affordable, appropriate (in the case of special needs for example) quality childcare there is no way these cuts should have proceeded. Her commitment is not worth the paper any Labour promise is written on. Having an IDG with a summer 2015 report via James Reilly is of poor benefit (and where is the action? the urgency?) to the thousands of families already targeted since 2012.

  1. No trackbacks yet.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: