No Strings Attached (Scotland) is a charity dedicated to improving the lives
of young people with asthma through music and the performing arts.
Who We Are
No Strings Attached (Scotland) is a charity, committed, through asthma management and music education to providing opportunities for young people with asthma to help them better manage their condition and lead a healthy and active life.
Living with asthma can be frustrating at times, but it should not stop anyone from living an active, healthy life. We work with all young people with asthma irrespective of background and previous experience of music.
We believe that playing an instrument, particularly a brass or woodwind instrument, is a unique way to provide a creative means for children and young people to understand the impact of breathing and their ability to control it as well
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What We Do
We deliver a range of music sessions free of charge for children and young people with asthma between the ages of 9 and 18, of all levels of ability and skill levels.
We provide practical and positive support with a qualified health professional available to discuss asthma, what asthma is and to understand effective self-management.
Music is a wonderful gift and we are committed to helping individuals feel empowered to manage their own asthma while confidently engaging with their peers and learning a valuable skill.
If You have any question to Us, please feel free to call or write to Us any time you want, We will answer to any question within 24hours!*
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* No Strings Attached (Scotland) can only provide general non-emergency advice on asthma. Please note we do not provide a 24 hour helpline, nor are we a substitute for emergency services or your GP. Much as we would love to help… please do NOT call us in an emergency!
In an emergency telephone 999 or at the very least NHS 111. Always err on the side of caution.
For more immediate general non-emergency advice about asthma, contact the Asthma UK Medical Helpline on 0300 222 5800 (Monday to Friday 9.00am to 5.00pm)