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One Stop Shop Highland

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The Highland One Stop Shop is a free, person-centred service for Adults (16+) with Autistic Spectrum Conditions living in the Highland. They are based at; 1/1a Friars Street Inverness IV1 1RJ . For more information on this service please...
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Sight Action Newsletter

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Sight Action have issued their Spring newsletter with news of a tandem group, talking newspaper and more. Click on the bulletin to see in full.     More Information
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Challenge Newsletter

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The latest newsletter from the Challenging Behaviour Foundation has been issued, view it on the link below.  Challenge
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CHIP May Bulletin

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The May bulletin includes information on the Take a Break scheme, open from 30th May to 30th June only, a new ChildLine app and a report from Enable Scotland.          Bulletin
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Thursday, April 19th 2018

Exceptional Families Project

 Charities Kindred and Children with Exceptional Needs (CEN) are holding a small event in the Birnie Centre, Inverness for families with children with complex & exceptional needs. The theme is "Exploring what will help you to maintain you and your families well-being" and it will ... Full Story...
Tuesday, April 17th 2018

Activity sessions for teens

Reach4Reality are again running a series of short activity sessions for teenagers with a social communication difficulty such as autism. The sessions planned are 5 of trail biking and 5 of canoeing, starting on 25th April. There is also an opportunity for parents to meet at the Time out for Paren... Full Story...
  • Registered Office: Birnie Development Centre, Raigmore Hospital, Inverness IV2 3UJ Scotland
  • Tel: 01463711189
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