CHIP produces a number of information packs for parents/carers and an online resource for young people in the Highlands who are approaching Transition from school to adult life. These resources are produced in partnership with the Highland Council, NHS Highland and other voluntary organisations.
The next Pines drop-in is on Thursday, 1st November from 10am until 12.30pm. The subject is Information Session “Supporting Pre-verbal Communication” with Shona MacPherson (Speech & Language Therapy).
Parents/Carers no need to book! Professionals please book by em... Full Story...
The Social Security (Scotland) Act requires the Scottish Government to make advocacy support available to people with a disability who need help with the Scottish social security system.They must also set out independent standards for services providing this social security advocacy suppo... Full Story...
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