People with dementia are individuals first and foremost, and their care should take into account their unique personal circumstances, needs and wishes, as well as the needs of their family and carers.
I spoke in the Scottish Parliament's debate to mark Motor Neurone Disease Awareness Day and used the opportunity to underline that we in Scotland should get behind clinical trials and look to provide a dignified support system to those with the condition.
I had the opportunity to speak in a debate on the mis-selling of the Green Deal by certain companies in my constituency and across Scotland.
Clare has become an IWF Champion, and this role means that she supports the work that the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) does to remove child sexual abuse imagery from across the internet.
Clare spoke in the Scottish Government debate on Protecting Workers' Rights recently, highlighting the good works carried out by the Trade Union movement, and the SNP governments commitment to dignity and respect at work through the Fair Work agenda.
Clare is a member of the Education and Skills committee, and is also the Deputy Convener of the Health and Sport Committee, both of which have released their reports this week.
Clare spoke in the Scottish Government debate on A Fairer Scotland for Disabled People, highlighting the differences in approach between the UK Government and the Scottish Government when it comes to those with disabilities.
Clare spoke in the debate on International Nurses' Day, and talked about the role nurses play in service redesign and her own experiences in mental health nursing
Clare was invited by Network Rail to visit the repair works being undertaken at the rail bridge over Cambuslang Road.
I spoke briefly in the chamber about Rachel Hamilton playing politics with business rates that the FSB judged to be "sensible".