Downâ€™s Syndrome Scotland is a parent-led charity which is the only charity in Scotland dedicated solely to supporting people with Downâ€™s syndrome and their carers. https://www.dsscotland.org.uk/Read More
Equal Futures was set up by a group of parents with a family member with a learning disability. They build social networks of people who offer support and friendship. http://www.equalfutures.org.uk/Read More
Get2gether believes that everyone has the right to love and friendship and that people meeting each other should be easy, fun and accessible. They arrange social activities for people with disabilities in safe and friendly places in Edinburgh and the Lothians.Read More
MusicALL increases the participation and visibility of young people with Additional Support for Learning needs in society. As their talents flourish and grow we are all challenged to think differently. http://www.musicallscotland.uk/Read More
Promoting a More Inclusive SocietyÂ (PAMIS) is the only organisation in Scotland that works solely with people with profound and multiple learning disabilities and their families for a better life. They support people with profound and multiple learning disabilities, PMLD – their families, carers and professionals. For its Creative Communities project, PAMIS supports parents and carersRead More
People FirstÂ Scotland works to support people with learning difficulties to have more choice and control over their lives. https://peoplefirstscotland.org/Read More
The Tennis Aces was set up in 2015 to provide training and playing opportunities for adults and young people with learning difficulties. The group actively promotes their activities for those who have a learning disability and any other additional support need. https://www.thetennisaces.co.uk/Read More
Set up by the Inspired Community Enterprise Trust with support from various funders including The Big Lottery Fund, The Holywood Trust, Dumfries and Galloway Council and NHS, The Wooden Spoon and Solway Heritage, the core objective of The Usual Place is to create employability, training and wider citizenship opportunities for young adults with additional supportRead More
VIA Scotland believes in a Scotland where people with learning disabilities or autism have the same opportunities as everyone else and are supported to achieve these goals, whether to work, live where they want or to have a relationship. https://viascotland.org.uk/Read More
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