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Inverclyde region

For information please contact Head of Inclusive Education, Culture & Corporate Policy, Inverclyde Council.
Telephone : 01475 712 828

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Aberdeen ASN Mediation Service – SACRO

Provides an independent Additional Support Needs mediation service.
Telephone : 01224 560550
Email : infoaberdeen@sacro.org.uk
Web Address : www.sacro.org.uk/services/offices/aberdeen

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National Autistic Society – Parent to Parent Service

Parent to Parent (P2P) is a UK-wide confidential telephone service providing emotional support to parents and carers of children or adults with autism. The service is provided by trained parent volunteers who are all parents themselves of a child or adult with autism. Volunteers are based across the UK so you don’t have to share information with someone in your local area. Our volunteers have personal experience of autism and the impact it has on their own families. They can give other parents the opportunity to talk through problems and feelings, suggest helpful strategies, or provide a non-judgemental listening ear.
Telephone : 0808 800 4106
Email : http://www.autism.org.uk/services/community/family-support/parent-to-parent/enquiry.aspx
Web Address : www.autism.org.uk/services/helplines/parent-to-parent.aspx

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Forth Valley Advocacy

Provides a free professional independent advocacy service to people who meet the eligibility criteria. Offers short-term, issues based, outcomes focused, professional independent advocacy support to people over 16 who have: a learning disability; a mental health problem; an acquired brain injury; Autism. They also work with young people under 16 years of age who are subject to action under the Mental Health Act.
Telephone : 01324 557070
Email : http://forthvalleyadvocacy.com/about/contact/
Web Address : forthvalleyadvocacy.com

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CEARTAS Advocacy

CEARTAS can support people falling onto our service user categories and who have children going through Children’s Hearings and Children’s Panels. There is some funded Independent Advocacy provision for children in East Dunbartonshire, but there are gaps in service provision for children – contact the Ceartas office if you want to discuss advocacy for children.
Telephone : 0141 775 0433
Email : info@ceartas.org.uk
Web Address : www.ceartas.org.uk/about-ceartas/

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East Ayrshire Advocacy Services

Provides advocacy services for young people aged 16+ who have a learning disability; mental health problems; acquired brain injury; and services to young people aged 14+ who are subject to Mental Health Care and Treatment, Scotland, Act.
Telephone : 01563 574442
Email : irene@eaas.org.uk
Web Address : eaas.org.uk

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Contact – For families with disabled children

Contact provides support, advice and information for families with disabled children, no matter what their condition or disability.
Telephone : 0808 808 3555 or 0131 659 2930
Email : scotland.office@contact.org.uk
Web Address : https://contact.org.uk

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CALL Scotland – Communication and Technology Services

CALL (Communication, Access, Literacy and Learning) Scotland is a unit within Moray House School of Education at The University of Edinburgh. ICT (Information and Communications Technology) has much to offer children and young people with disabilities or additional support needs through Assistive Technology (AT) and Alternative and Augmentative Communication (AAC) systems.  CALL pulls together information about local and national specialist ICT services. There might be an ICT specialist team in your area. Contact details for these services are available on the CALL website at the link below.
Telephone : 0131 651 6235
Email : call.scotland@ed.ac.uk
Web Address : www.callscotland.org.uk/services/

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Playback Ice

Playback, ICE aims to support practitioners to deliver a first class 21st century curriculum within a culture of self-improvement and continuous professional development. Our resources support the development of children and young people's wellbeing and essential skills in order for them to be better prepared for learning, life and work, engaged citizens, lifelong responsible learners, who are self-aware, caring and connected to others.
Telephone : 0131 453 5514
Email : administrator@playbackice.com
Web Address : mediades.co.uk/playback/

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Pupil Inclusion Network Scotland (PINS)

The Pupil Inclusion Network Scotland is the largest network supporting the voluntary sector and partners in work with learners who are vulnerable or excluded.
Telephone : 0131 555 3527
Email : info@pinscotland.org
Web Address : www.pinscotland.org

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