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Scottish Transitions Forum

The aim of the Forum is to improve the experience of children and young adults (14 to 25 years) as they make the transition to adult life. The three objectives are: to guide and inform improved approaches to transitions across Scotland; to support people to work collaboratively, share learning, identify gaps in provision and generate solutions; to involve young people with additional support needs, their parents and carers in our work.
Telephone : 0131 663 4444
Email : scott.read@arcuk.org.uk or rebecca.williams@arcuk.org.uk
Web Address : https://scottishtransitions.org.uk/

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Centre for Excellence for Looked After Children in Scotland (CELCIS)

Works to develop positive and lasting improvements in the wellbeing of children and young people living in and on the edges of care.
Telephone : 0141 444 8500
Email : celcis@strath.ac.uk
Web Address : https://www.celcis.org/

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KIndred Glasgow

Kindred’s Glasgow project for families of children with complex/profound disability or high level medical need is available to families within NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde. The team also head up any advocacy work for our Exceptional Families Project, which works with families of children with exceptional healthcare needs across Scotland. Kindred is also able to assist some families who require support with regard to Additional Support for Learning through the “Let’s Talk ASN” service (in partnership with Govan Law Centre).
Telephone : 0800 031 5793 or 0141 427 2738
Email : glasgowenquiries@kindred-scotland.org
Web Address : www.kindred-scotland.org/glasgow/

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Glasgow South East Carers’ Centre

Glasgow South East Carers Centre supports Carers by providing information advice to Carers and their families on any topic or issue that is appropriate to their needs. Emotional Support work through stresses, anxieties, worries, concerns and other problems a Carer may have in their life. We also have a sub office located in Braes Shopping Centre Castlemilk.
Telephone : 0141 423 0728
Email : dixon.carers@btconnect.com
Web Address : https://carers.org/partner/glasgow-south-east-carers-centre

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Ayrshire One Stop Shop

One Stop Shops offer people with autism and their families much needed information, advice and support before and after diagnosis.
Telephone : 07500 974 323
Email : AyrshireOss@nas.org.uk
Web Address : www.autismnetworkscotland.org.uk/ayrshire-one-stop-shop/

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Children’s Health Scotland

Children's Health Scotland is the only charity in Scotland dedicated to informing, promoting and campaigning on behalf of the needs of ALL sick children and young people within our healthcare system.
Telephone : 0131 553 6553
Email : enquiries@childrenshealthscotland.org
Web Address : https://www.childrenshealthscotland.org

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LGBT Youth Scotland

LGBT Youth Scotland empowers lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender young people and the wider LGBT community so that they are embraced as full members of the Scottish family at home, school and in every community.
Telephone : 0131 555 3940
Email : info@lgbtyouth.org.uk
Web Address : www.lgbtyouth.org.uk

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The Action Group

The Action Group is about no barriers for people with a learning disability and individuals who have a learning disability and other support needs. It is about changing lives for the better, and making sure that everyone gets the chance to live their life to its fullest potential. We see the unique person in all of our users – your dreams, your desires, and your aspirations – and try our best to help. We also provide a high standard of support in personal care, in helping people with complex health needs, and in assisting people with complex medical conditions.
Telephone : 0131 475 2315
Email : info@actiongroup.org.uk
Web Address : https://actiongroup.org.uk

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Scottish Qualifications Authority – SQA

SQA helps people to realise their potential and to achieve their ambitions by providing a wide range of high quality, internationally recognised qualifications and associated services. SQA’s functions are set out in the Education (Scotland) Act 1996 as amended by the Scottish Qualifications Act 2002. The organisation has two main roles: accreditation, and awarding qualifications.
Telephone : 0345 279 1000
Email : customer@sqa.org.uk
Web Address : www.sqa.org.uk

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Scottish Council of Independent Schools – SCIS

The Scottish Council of Independent Schools (SCIS) is an educational charity representing and promoting the interests of over 70 independent schools across the country. SCIS promotes choice, diversity and excellence in Scottish education. Their role is to provide parents with impartial information, advice and guidance, as well as keeping independent schools abreast of educational developments, training opportunities and legislative change.
Telephone : 0131 556 2316
Email : info@scis.org.uk
Web Address : www.scis.org.uk

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