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Useful organisations

    ASL mediation services – Inverclyde region

    For information please contact Head of Education, Inverclyde Council.
    Telephone : 01475 712 850

    Augmentative and Alternative Communication Team Fife (AAC)

    The Augmentative and Alternative Communication Team Fife (AAC) provides a Fife-wide service to children and adults whose communication ability is limited due to a severe oral communication difficulty. This may have resulted from conditions present from birth, such as cerebral palsy or learning disabilities, or develop later in life, from conditions such as head injury, motor neurone disease or stroke.
    Telephone : 01592 583375
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    Autism Resource Centre – Glasgow

    The Autism Resource Centre (ARC) has a 2-part vision: 1. To provide information and training that improves the understanding and support of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) 2. To support and empower people with ASD to understand and address their needs and to have their voice heard In order to deliver this vision, ARC: · Delivers various levels of training to build knowledge, skills and understanding around ASD · Raises awareness of ASD and available resources through its information service · Provides a variety of opportunities to improve social support, skills development and increased independence for people with ASD · Offers one-to-one information and guidance sessions · Promotes the views of people with ASD and their families · Work in partnership with other services to help them best meet the needs of people with ASD.
    Telephone : 0141 276 5252
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    Autism Toolbox

    The Autism Toolbox is a free online resource developed to support the inclusion of autistic learners in Scottish Early Learning and Childcare settings, Primary and Secondary schools. A key aim of the Toolbox is to support educational practitioners, schools and local authorities understand autism and support their learners and families. The Toolbox:
    • Provides up to date information, set within the Scottish educational, health and social context on autism and inclusive practice.
    • Provides free information, guidance, resources and professional learning opportunities for educational practitioners, schools and local authorities on autism and inclusive practice.
    • Explains the autism identification and support pathway.
    • Supports professional reflection and learning.

    Email :
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