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    Aberdeen Educational Psychology Service

    The Educational Psychology Service supports children and young people from the age of 0-19 where there are potential barriers to learning. We use our knowledge of psychology and learning to improve wellbeing, support life-long learning and empower children and young people to achieve their full potential.
    Telephone : 03000 200 293
    Email : EPSDon@aberdeencity.gov.uk. EPSWest@aberdeencity.gov.uk. EPSDee@aberdeencity.gov.uk.
    Web Address : https://www.aberdeencity.gov.uk/services/education-and-childcare/educational-psychology-service

    Aberdeenshire Carers Service – Quarriers

    Aberdeenshire Carers Service will listen to your story and help you access the advice, information and support which best meets your needs. They provide advice and information about local services, benefit entitlements and medical conditions, as well as connecting with specialist agencies to ensure that all enquiries are answered as fully as possible. Their Care and Share groups offer carers the opportunity to meet and share their experiences.
    Telephone : 01467 538700
    Email : aberdeenshirecarers@quarriers.org.uk
    Web Address : https://quarriers.org.uk/services/aberdeenshire-adult-carers/

    Aberdeenshire Educational Psychology Service

    The Educational Psychology Service provides a service across Aberdeenshire from pre-birth to 24 years old. We work with children, young people, families, educational staff, local authority colleagues and a wide range of other professionals including health professions, social work, early years partner providers and post school training and education providers.
    Telephone : 01569 690542
    Email : eps@aberdeenshire.gov.uk
    Web Address : http://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/schools/eps/about-the-educational-psychology-service/

    Aberlour

    Aberlour Children’s Charity helps disadvantaged children and families in Scotland have a brighter future.  Our support runs the length and breadth of Scotland because not all children are born with an equal chance. We are there for Scotland’s hidden children when others let them down because every child deserves the chance to flourish. We offer a range of services across Scotland.  These offer practical and emotional care and support, including:
    • Residential and Fostering care for children unable to live with their families.
    • Recovery help for families effected by addiction.
    • Early years support by lighting the load for families that need extra help raising their young children.
    • We ensure children with a disability get the right care and support they need.
    • We offer an Urgent Assistance Fund to help families struggling to provide food, heating and clothing for their children.

    Telephone : 0800 085 6150
    Email : enquiries@aberlour.org.uk
    Web Address : https://www.aberlour.org.uk/

    Achievement Bute

    Achievement Bute is a families-led voluntary organisation which provides a wide range of inclusive activities for all children and young people on Bute. We were set up by parents of children with disabilities in 1998 who wanted to make sure that all young people could be fully included in activities in their local community. For more information please visit, www.achievementbute.org.uk/about.html
    Telephone : 01700 505558
    Email : info@achievementbute.org.uk
    Web Address : http://www.achievementbute.org.uk

    Additional Support Needs Tribunal

    The Additional Support Needs jurisdiction (the ASN Tribunal) hears references (appeals) from parents and young people against decisions of education authorities regarding the provision of educational support under the Education (Additional Support for Learning) (Scotland) Act 2004 (the 2004 Act). Children aged between 12 and 15 years who have capacity to make a reference (and where their wellbeing will not be adversely affected) can also make two types of references: • A reference in relation to a co-ordinated support plan (CSP) • A reference appealing against the education authority’s assessment of the child’s capacity or wellbeing. The Equality Act 2010 (the 2010 Act) provides the right to make a claim (appeal) to the ASN Tribunal in respect of disability discrimination relating to pupils in school education. Claims may be made by the parent, the young person or the child (where the child has the capacity to make the claim).
    Telephone : 0141 302 5860
    Email : ASNTribunal@scotcourtstribunals.gov.uk
    Web Address : https://www.healthandeducationchamber.scot/home

    Addressing Dyslexia Toolkit

    The Addressing Dyslexia Toolkit is a free resource which provides information for teachers, schools and local authorities on inclusive practice, literacy difficulties and dyslexia. The Toolkit guides users through a child-centred, collaborative process of identification, assessment, support and monitoring of dyslexia.


    Telephone : 03448008484
    Email : helpline@dyslexiascotland.org.uk
    Web Enquiry Form : https://dyslexiascotland.org.uk/contact-us/
    Web Address : https://addressingdyslexia.org/

    Adoption UK – Scotland Office

    Adoption UK in Scotland provides information, support and advice to those parenting children who are no longer able to live with their birth families, across Scotland. Their services are provided through their helpline, online support systems, training workshops and support groups. Helpline is open Mon-Fri 10am-2.30pm (0300 666 0006)
    Telephone : 0131 202 3670
    Email : sar@adoptionregister.scot
    Web Address : https://www.adoptionuk.org/scotland
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