Rachel Goldie: Town centres could help older people get up to speed with the digital age together
CommonSpace journalist Rhiannon J Davies takes a look at older people and mental health issues, a conversation that is often forgotten.
“IT’S the loneliness,” says Mandy, 62, based in Clydesdale. “When you’re in a room on your own and you sit and start to think ‘why bother washing the dishes; who’s going to see it? Why wash my hair today – it can wait another couple of days yet.”
Stay Up Late Scotland wants to make Scotland's vibrant late-night scene more inclusive of disabled Scots
FED UP of calling time on their nights out at 9pm, campaigners want to make Scotland's vibrant late-night music scene better for those who often have to leave before the night is over because of accessibility challenges.
A Glasgow football project has welcomed refugee and migrant women to Scotland with free football coaching in Glasgow
REFUGEE and migrant women are being welcomed to Scotland whilst tackling social isolation and improving their physical and mental health with free community football coaching from United Glasgow football club.