The Scottish Huntington's Association has launched a new online platform to support carers in families affected by the degenerative neurological condition Huntington's disease.
A care framework to standardise treatment and support for people living with the degenerative brain disorder Huntington's disease has come a step closer.
Increased sailings and a more flexible timetable brought in by ferry operator CalMac are bringing economic benefits to the Western Isles.
Staff from CalMac's Gourock HQ gave weekend to tidy up nearby beauty spot Luderston Bay. As reported in the Greenock Telegraph.
Irish Minister for the Diaspora and International Development, Joe McHugh TD stopped off in Lochwinnoch during a recent two day trade mission to Scotland. Mr McHugh was finding out more about the work Irish engineering company Coffey Construction Ltd has been doing for Renfrewshire Council during his visit which was designed to forge closer business links between the two countries. Read ...
Good coverage for the Scottish Huntington's Association 'Writing out of the HD shadow' short story competition to raise awareness of Huntington's disease in the Evening Times.
Families living with the degenerative brain disorder, Huntington’s disease (HD) have benefited from more than £1 million in extra income. Thanks to the Scottish Huntington's Association three strong Financial Wellbeing team more than 300 families are now £3300 per family on average better off.
Transport operator David MacBrayne's annual report and accounts highlights successful tender wins as it secures new ferry and harbour contracts.
Post punk rockers the Media Whores raised £900 for the Scottish Huntington's Association at a recent charity gig. The band currently have a new album out 'Dangerous Minds' and will be supporting The Damned at the ABC in Glasgow on November 20. Picture by Stuart Westwood Photography
Scottish families living with the degenerative neurological condition Huntington's disease (HD) are still relying on patchy support services depending on where they live. As highlighted in Scotland on Sunday. Also in the Daily Record and the Galloway Gazette.