We’ve launched our new website for the Angus Tenant and Community Engagement Strategy. Now all the information you need about tenant participation is in one convenient online place. Find out how we developed this strategy and how to get involved by checking it out here.
In September and October, MS Society Scotland will deliver Virtual Living Well with MS sessions which offer the chance to meet other people living with the condition. The sessions are an opportunity to have a chat, reflect on and share experience.
The virtual sessions will take place over 4 weeks.
The next sessions are
4, 11, 18 and 25 September
between 6.30pm and 8pm
You can REGISTER HERE for the sessions in September
REGISTER HERE for the sessions in October
Login wherever you are in Scotland
All you need to join the sessions are a laptop/tablet/phone/computer with a stable internet connection and access to a microphone and camera.
For more information, contact Leann Kelly or Coleen Kelly at MS Society Scotland
Or call 0131 335 4050 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
For those who struggle with using computers and the internet and need face to face help with their online application for Universal Credit, support is available in Angus from:
For those who need general help with using computer and the internet, Angus Digital Skills Academy (ADSA) programme can help to develop the skills needed to use computers with confidence.