Emma Ainsley, artist, and John Phillips, musician, will be exploring the Physicality of Creativity with people living in care homes and in the community of Orkney, thanks to £18,871 of National Lottery funding
The cumulative total of Covid cases has now reached 2,595.
“It is clear that there is a real appetite for change.”
“People may be surprised by the extent of services covered by this Consultation and I would urge as many as possible to respond to it, as this could really be the end for anything other than central control in Scotland.” Alison Evison COSLA
The cumulative total of Covid cases in Orkney is now at 188 as another positive test result was recorded in the Health Board area.
In November 2020 the Scottish Parliament voted to hold a public inquiry into covid related Care Home deaths
The number of cases in Scotland is rising sharply among younger people, many of whom will not be vaccinated yet, and who will also possibly be socialising more.
“They are exhausted and burned out, physically and mentally, and many have had little, or no respite and are now back in the deep end facing a rise in intense pressures and hospital activity.”
Another positive case of Covid19 has been recorded in Orkney bringing the cumulative total to 62.
Over 80% of residents in our care homes have already received their first vaccinations and over half of staff in those care homes have also been vaccinated.