What Do We Do?

CHIP provides:

  • A wide range of up-to-date information on particular conditions, equipment, holidays, funding, education etc. If we don’t know the answer we’ll try to find it for you or put you in touch with someone who can help
  • Information Packs for Parents and Carers and a range of information sheets
  • A free lending library with a wide range of resources
  • A free bi-monthly e-bulletin  
  • Training events for families and professionals who work with them
  • Extra information and support for parents/carers whose child needs additional support at school
  • Our Constitution
  • Comment on our service via a short Survey Monkey

 

Of all the people I have been involved with, CHIP were by far the most helpful"

News Headlines
Friday, January 18th 2019

Transitions Information Evenings

 Reach4Reality are running some informative & interactive evenings for young people & their parent/carers & families to find out what support & services are available to them as they make the transition to adult services. Topics to be covered are Support Post School, College/Fur... Full Story...
Thursday, January 17th 2019

Epilepsy Awareness Stall in Inverness

  There will be an Epilepsy information stall on 30 January at Eastgate Shopping Centre between 11am and 3pm on the upper floor outside Marks & Spencers. They will have a large selection of free leaflets on epilepsy and will be available for anyone looking for information about epil... Full Story...
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