NHS 24 has created an online student health resource on NHS inform. Covering topics such as how to access NHS care and information and mental health support, the user-friendly health information site provides all the advice needed with one quick, convenient click.
THAW Orkney is one of several organisation awarded funding from the Scottish Government’s new Accessible Advice Fund.
Eye Care Liaison Officers (ECLOs) from RNIB Scotland will be visiting Orkney from July 29th – 31st to offer emotional and practical support to those living with sight loss.
The British Veterinary Association (BVA) has issued helpful advice about pet care over the coming months.
The confidential and independent service will operate virtually and offer legal support and guidance to Orkney residents on low incomes in the areas of social welfare law such as housing, employment, consumer rights, family law, and more.
Cat owners are cutting back on pet essentials such as vet care, vaccinations, and insurance as a result of the cost of living crisis, according to new research from Cats Protection.
The councillors learned more about the work of the national epilepsy charity and how it can help the estimated 230 Orcadians who are living with epilepsy.
Ofgem’s newly calculated price cap will be announced today, 26th August to take effect from 1st of October to 31st of December 2022.
This free event will be held in the Arena of the Pickaquoy Centre on Thursday 15 September 2022, from 9.30am-6pm, and will be open to school pupils, parents and guardians, teachers and the general public.
THAW Orkney is reminding folk of a fund that is still open for a limited period, and which could help households benefit from energy efficient white goods.