Library services for young people
We love them! You’re never too young to join the library. We’ve got books, music, Bookbug, book groups, homework clubs, access to Glow, events and activities especially for you (and your grown-ups).
Intergenerational working in North Ayrshire
Intergenerational working opportunities bring people of different ages together in purposeful, mutually beneficial activities. The intergenerational working workstream is a partnership group that was formed to further enhance intergenerational working opportunities across North Ayrshire.
The aim is to inspire partners across North Ayrshire and to provide them with the relevant examples and information needed for intergenerational working to take place.
An interactive map has been created to support partners around who can be contacted in their respective local area with regards to forming joint intergenerational working opportunities (please see link below).
If you would like to be included on this map – please get in contact with email@example.com
Finally, click here to download the intergenerational working case study booklet.
Year of Young People
Did you know that 2018 was Year of Young People in North Ayrshire? For more information, please visit the Young Scot website at: Young Scot: North Ayrshire Year of Young People
Apps and Websites to Support Mental Health and Wellbeing
NHS Ayrshire & Arran’s Public Mental Health & Wellbeing Network has prepared guidance on some examples of apps and websites to support mental health and wellbeing. We do not endorse or recommend particular resources, and encourage you to carefully explore resources before you use them. All the apps are free to download but some do have in app purchases so we urge you to be cautious when exploring some of the features. You can find the list here: Apps and websites to support mental health and wellbeing
North Ayrshire Council and partners have been working together to promote staying safe online to young people. A directory has been developed to provide information, guidance and support for professionals, parents/carers and the wider community.
To view our online safety directory please click here.