Studio Lambert, the makers of BAFTA award-winning Googlebox and Undercover Boss, are making a new series for the BBC and are looking for families who would like a more individual approach from a GP. From headaches to a bad back; sleep problems to asthma; snoring to bad skin, the programme’s GP will work with a family and try to help them develop a healthier, happier lifestyle.Continue reading →
10.00 am – 12.30 pm on Tuesday 19th May 2015 Continue reading →
9.00 am – 12.00 pm on Wednesday 22nd April 2015 Continue reading →
Our Sound Sleep Manager, Janet, has been at the Scottish Government’s Raising Attainment for All programme at the SECC in Glasgow yesterday and today. Come and say hallo if you’re there! Continue reading →
Crossing Countries, a unique organisation that matches disabled students (travellers) with a travel pal, is looking for new travellers for our 2015 trip to Durban, South Africa. They will support you to raise funds to allow you to go out and volunteer with their partners in Durban. In 2014 their travellers volunteered at crèches, schools, hospitals and Operation Bobbi Bear (a charity aiding sexually abused children). Continue reading →
Crossing Countries is a social enterprise that enables disabled students to have the same overseas volunteering benefits and experiences as non-disabled volunteers.
Crossing Countries works by pairing disabled students (‘Travellers’) with non-disabled ‘Travel Pals’. The team then work together to fundraise for the trip whilst the Travel Pal undergoes training associated with their Traveller’s disability.
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In February and March 2015, Sleep Scotland will be holding a series of 10 Parent Workshops, specifically for parents and carers of children or young adults with autism or Asperger’s Syndrome and sleep problems. The workshops are part of a short pilot-project, supported by the Scottish Government Autism Fund, and running until the end of March 2015. Continue reading →