Keeping Yourself Safe
This hub is full of helpful resources written by individuals, organisations and groups across Scotland working to improve Disability Safety
The links in this hub will take you to external websites. Please be advised that these links are being provided as a convenience and for informational purposes only.
Pick from the following resources related to Keeping Yourself Safe:
Keeping Yourself Safe resources
Breathing Space – A free, confidential, phone and webchat service for anyone in Scotland over the age of 16 experiencing low mood, depression or anxiety.
Citizens Advice Scotland – Scotland’s largest independent advice network.
Disability Information Scotland – Disability Information Scotland helps to guide people through the maze of disability information.
Fire Safety – Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) to undertake a Home Fire Safety Visit.
Free Eye Test – Scottish residents aged between 16 and 60 can have an NHS-funded eye examination every two years, if required
Get Safe Online – Provides practical, independent advice on how to protect yourself online, and feel confident you are using the internet safely.
Keep Safe Campaign – The Keep Safe initiative works with a network of businesses such as shops, libraries and cafes who have agreed to make their premises a ‘Keep Safe’ place for people to go if they feel frightened, distressed or are the victim of crime when out in the community.
Keep Safe Easy Read Information – Information about the Keep Safe Initiative in an accessible Easy Read format.
Trading Standards Scotland: A list of some of the most common email, phone, text and cyber scams.