The Royal College of Emergency Medicine has launched a new campaign Summer to Recover: Winter-Proofing Urgent and Emergency Care for 2021.
Check-In Scotland APP
Check-In Scotland is a new app that will allow businesses and people to quickly share their contact details when visiting a venue.
“Be aware of the challenges people with sight loss might face”
RNIB Scotland, the national sight loss charity says that with the easing of lockdown restrictions (26th April) that these must not create new barriers for blind and partially sighted people and those with other disabilities.
Week Sixteen – One Day At A Time
“April the Seventeenth…………… What it is to have good neighbours”
Week Fifteen – One Day At A time
“April the Eleventh…………Mooching at Tingwall……watching a Grey Wagtail………though why it isn’t called a Yellow Wagtail beats me!”
Candidates React to Orkney Aligning With Mainland Scotland #Covid Update
Reaction to Orkney falling into line with the rest of mainland Scotland and remaining at Level 3 has been mixed in the islands.
How Did #Covid Lockdown Affect Young People With Autism ?
“Families stressed that children and adolescents with ASD [Autistic Spectrum Disorder]adapted to the situation much better than they expected. “
Orkney To Remain At Level 3
” as a result of staying in level 3 for a bit longer, it will be possible for islanders and visitors to travel to and from the islands and I know that will make a difference to individuals and businesses on the islands.”
Week Fourteen – One Day At A Time
April the Second……………Small is beautiful………..Jenny Wren……very busy in the sunshine…..
Week Thirteen – One Day At A Time
“He’s The Green Man – Nature Spirit. We call him Tom Bombadil. He smiles, and raises a smile.”