Due to the Corona Virus the Centre has been closed for the foreseeable future. We will still be answering calls and offering support to all women in need at this time on 0141 576 1400. We will also be answering private messages on Facebook and Twitter with any questions you may have.
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We would encourage everyone to take a closer look and subscribe to the “Friday Feminist Five” newsletter that Engender publish. If you are on their mailing list, then each Friday you will receive a newsletter into your email inbox with the top 5 topics for that week. The information is very much aligned with the
SENSORY BOTTLES All you need for this is an empty plastic bottle of any size, but the smaller ones are easier forbaby to hold.Fill your empty plastic bottle withWater and fairy liquid – makes bubbles when shakenPasta, rice, lentils or any dry cupboard itemsWater and glitterThis is just a few examples you can fill them
TUMMY TIME Get some soft toys and place them just out of reach of the baby. You can use one or a lot and place them around the baby so they are encouraged to move in different directions. This encourages development of back, tummy and neck muscles, muscles in the arms and legs. It also
We were all delighted at Lifelink to have been successful in securing the Glasgow City Stress Service and to launch delivery of this service on the 1st of April 2020 to the communities of Glasgow. Current service update: COVID19 Given the current crisis and social distancing requirements, we have taken the necessary steps to provide
Day 2 of activities to do with a baby TREASURE BASKETSFill a basket with random objects and let the baby explore. These could be anything butplease ensure there are no sharp bits and are OK for baby to put into their mouth.Examples:-a range of different coloured toys/objectsSilver items e.g. whisk, serving spoonsNatural objects e.g. wooden
Long Term Social DistancingWhilst the UK and Scottish Governments are starting to consider what, if any, lockdown measures will be laxed, when and how, the update on social distancing rules will continue to at least the end of the year. This means that no matter how much life may be returning to normal, we will
Sit on a straight-backed chair. Place your feet flat on the floor. Be comfortable, with a relaxed but straight back. Place your hands loosely in your lap. Close your eyes. Focus your mind on your breath as it flows in and out. Feel the rise and fall of your chest and stomach. When your mind