Tuesday, June 28, 2022

Tag: health and well being

Scots university Covid survey could help young people’s well-being

The Edinburgh university survey, centred around young people with intellectual disabilities (ID) asks parents to share their lockdown experiences. The hope is that the survey will...

Scots recognised in national volunteer awards

BBC’s Fiona Stalker hosts Paths for All’s annual volunteer award ceremony Volunteers have been recognised for their work to improve the health of local communities...

National award win sees Argyll and Bute local step up to the challenge

An Argyll and Bute man has won a volunteer award for his effort in helping support the improvement of the health and fitness of...

Volunteer wins award for path transformation in The Scottish Borders

A LOCAL volunteer been recognised for his dedication to developing and maintaining walking paths in Earlston that’s contributing to improving the health of many...

Ayrshire Walking Group Wins Award for Volunteer Diversity

An Ayrshire walking group has gained accreditation for its voluntary services throughout lockdown. Ayrshire Sportsability joined forces with the Royal National Institute of Blind Scotland...

Response service helps care provider reduce emergency calls by 96%

A PIONEERING housing and care provider has recorded a 96% drop in GP and emergency calls and a 98% customer satisfaction rating after introducing...

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