On 4th June the St Magnus Way launched a crowdfunding campaign in conjunction with Calor Gas with an initial target of £1,500.
The Fund is open to all Third Sector Organisations.
“Even something as simple as going to a local public park or sitting by a window to watch butterflies can be beneficial to our mental health.”
“This is a significant step forward in the SNP government’s package of measures to improve the mental health support available for children and young people.”
“By moving slowly, in gentle repetitive sequences, neuromuscular pathways are re-educated, strengthened or recovered. “
“We want every child to have a happy and healthy life and have confidence in building positive relationships and making well-informed choices as they move into adulthood.”
There are many good reasons why owning a pet can improve health and well-being but dog owners may be top of the league when it comes to heart health.
Mental health and wellbeing support for Scotland’s Emergency Workers has been boosted with funding of £138,000 for Lifelines Scotland.
The study will also look at any differences between younger and older people in terms of the way that they respond to their friends as opposed to strangers.
The rise in premature births in Scotland is highlighted in ‘A Summary of the Health of the Nation’, the Annual Report for the Chief Medical Officer 2018.