We know that it can be difficult to find things for the kids to do while schools are out and that goes double if you don’t know the area, or as a host you haven’t needed to know about kids activities for a while. Here are a few suggestions.
Opora are helping with travel and transit to UK: https://www.opora.uk/ There also some really good info on there including a
Barnados Telephone psychotherapy with interpreters, practical help and advice. They are offering telephone psychotherapy with interpreters, practical help and advice.
The telephone translation service in use by DGRI includes Ukrainian and Russian No consent forms in Ukrainian or Russian as
A church in Odessa, Ukraine holds a service in Russian. церковь Слово Жизни - Одесса - YouTube This is their YouTube channel, there
Experiences of bringing people over on a family visa and advice on hosting. - a recording of a meeting on 31st March.
COVID-19 vaccine leaflets - available in Ukrainian & Russian https://www.nhsinform.scot/covid-19-vaccine/leaflets-other-languages-and-accessible-formats/other-languages/ http://www.publichealthscotland.scot/covid19russianleaflets http://www.publichealthscotland.scot/covid19ukrainianleaflets
Please note this is not Dumfries and Galloway so people's experience here may differ and we'll adjust this as we
Ukrainians arriving in Scotland have the same entitlements to NHS care as Scotland residents, however individuals may not know how
Full details can be found here. https://www.gov.scot/news/council-tax-discounts-protected-under-ukraine-sponsorship-scheme