Membership

CHIP+ offers information, support and advice to the families of children and young people with additional support needs, and to professionals who work with them. Our vision is for every child and young person in Highland to feel valued and realise their potential.

If you share our vision, you can become a member and help us to shape the future of CHIP+. Our members can attend and vote at our Annual General Meeting and any other Special Meetings, become Trustees, and contribute to the ongoing development and direction of CHIP+.

You can become an individual member or you can join as an organisation. To become a member, please complete and return the relevant form to info@chipplus.org.uk or post to CHIP+, the Birnie Centre, Raigmore Hospital, Inverness IV2 3UJ.

 CHIP+ Individual Membership Form

CHIP+ Organisation Membership Form

News Headlines
Wednesday, July 4th 2018

Highland Transitions Fayre 2018

 The Highland Transitions Fayre 2018 is coming soon for young people aged 14 or over who are planning on leaving school or have already left and are deciding their next move. Full details on the poster, below.  Poster Full Story...
Thursday, June 28th 2018

Wild Things! summer camp

 Wild things! is an award winning environmental education charity based in Findhorn on the Moray Firth. They provide inspiring wilderness, nature based, and outdoor learning experiences for all ages and abilities and  have courses and activities suitable ... Full Story...
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  • Registered Office: Birnie Development Centre, Raigmore Hospital, Inverness IV2 3UJ Scotland
  • Tel: 01463711189
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Scottish Charity Register - SC024835CHIP+ is a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SCIO), SC024835, regulated by the Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR)