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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
Thursday, September 20th 2018

Understanding Autism Research

Sharon Morris, Occupational Therapist based at the Pines, Inverness is planning to do a piece of research to explore autistic people’s views of the content of Understanding Autism. This would be for anyone aged 16 or over. Full details on the letter below.  Introduction Letter Full Story...
Wednesday, September 19th 2018

Changes to AHP's Service

The Highland Council Allied Health Professionals (AHP's) practice is changing in line with current guidance and national directives on health and wellbeing outcomes for children and young people (CYP). This will make it easier for parents/carers to access advice & support from the service. ... Full Story...
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