Aberdeen City Flu Immunisation Programme 2020 – 21
Click here to access the Aberdeen City Flu Immunisation Programme 2020 – 21 Information Bulletin
What does a mass flu clinic look like?
Aberdeen Alcohol and Drug Partnership (ADP) Locality Funding
Aberdeen ADP has allocated £50,000 for each locality across Aberdeen to focus on reducing the harm caused by alcohol and drug use and early next year a small one-off grants scheme will be launched to support this.
It is important that this fund is able to make a meaningful impact on people and communities in Aberdeen, and this is why we want to involve you to help us decide on the priorities of this fund.
We would like to hear from you to get your feedback on what the purpose of the fund should be and how you would like to be involved. We have two surveys which will be open until 18th December: Please click here if you are completing the survey as a professional or volunteer. Please click here if you are completing the survey as a member of the public.
Did you know that there are 4 units in Kingswells?
They are located outside the Chemist, inside the community centre, at the doctor’s surgery and more recently at Kingswells church.
We hope that these Defib units never need to be used, however regardless it is important that we know where the units are located and how to use them. Whilst the unit itself will guide you through the process, additional training has recently been carried out by both Kingswells Community Council and Westhill and Kingswells First Responders. We will be holding more training sessions in the future so watch out for these dates being advertised.