Glenrothes Festival in Rothes Hall, Fife on the 18th of May with ‘The Teeger that Cam for his Tea’ which brings to life a new Scots version of Judith Kerr’s beloved children’s book The Tiger Who Came to Tea in an interactive storytelling session, including songs, games and sensory play, specially created for people with profound and multiple learning disabilities, and their carers.
The Scottish Government has launched a Consultation on the Draft strategy for ‘A Connected Scotland: Tackling … Continue reading “Take part in a Scottish Government consultation on Tackling Social Isolation and Loneliness”
Join us for a Burns themed My Time Family and Friendship Club on Saturday 27th January! … Continue reading “My Time Family and Friendship Club – Rabbie Burns”
We would like to say a huge thank you the organisations that have sponsored aspects of … Continue reading “Our Burns Supper corporate sponsors and how you can be a sponsor too”
Take part in a Kiltwalk event to raise money for PAMIS in 2018! There will be … Continue reading “Kiltwalk 2018 – Sign up to walk for PAMIS!”
We are delighted to announce that the Pamiloo will be stationed at two Christmas Lights Switch … Continue reading “The Pamiloo at Christmas Lights Swith On events”
South Lanarkshire Health and Social Care Partnership and PAMIS are holding an event, which we are … Continue reading “Carers Information and Consultation Event”
The Culture & Historic Environment Division of The Scottish Government have been developing the Culture Strategy for … Continue reading “A Culture Strategy for Scotland”
We are excited to announce our next Postural Care Train the Trainers Course, a 3 day course from 22nd – 24th November in Aberdeen.
Tickets are now available for the Burns Supper – don’t miss out on the early bird … Continue reading “7th Annual Burns Supper – Tickets and Sponsorship Options Now Available!!”