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In the NHS Room at Speldiburn
|2 - 4 pm
This drop-in service offers information about health and care support in the isles, including voluntary groups as well as council and NHS services. Existing hubs located in Brae and Scalloway at the youth and community centres have been useful ways for folk to access a wide range of services and support.
At the Wellbeing Hub, they can help you with any issues you may have in relation to you or your family's wellbeing, or help you get in touch with the right organisation.
They'd also just love a chat!
The Hub room is always open, so feel free to pop along at any time the building is open and browse the leaflets available.
Wednesday 7th February:
- NHS Oral Health Team will be along at the hub this spring: ADVICE – INFORMATION – EDUCATION – SUPPORT. NHS Shetland’s Oral Health Improvement Team is tasked with providing a vital link between dental services and the Shetland Community. What do we do? • Support local delivery of national oral health programmes like Childsmile, Smile4Life and Caring for Smiles • Provide advice and information to the public on a wide range of oral health conditions • Provide tailored 1-2-1 support and acclimatisation for accessing dental care for people with autism spectrum conditions, anxious patients, and those with physical or learning disabilities. • Signpost the most appropriate dental care for the general public. • Liaise with dental services to assist vulnerable individuals in accessing care. • Work with other agencies to ensure that oral health is considered in healthy eating or general health and wellbeing initiatives.
- Lesley from Sport & Leisure will be along with sportswear “kit for all” boxes, anybody can come along and take what they need or make donations should they wish too. This is pre loved sportswear for all ages, photos attached to give an idea what Lesley would have with her https://sportscotland.org.uk/kit-for-all/
- If connecting with nature is something you’re hoping to do more of this year, then you are in the right place! Joining the Living Well Hub this week will be the RSPB who will on hand to provide helpful insight and information about the natural world and the various winter activities people can do. The team will also offer an introduction to nature journaling workshop – a fun and relaxing practice for all ages, that can help you to connect you more closely with nature. See photos attached of RSPB at the Living Well Hub at Brae https://www.rspb.org.uk/