Many services are still open to support you and your family. Supports might look a bit different, and some places will be offering a reduced service or may be temporarily closed, but you can find out more information by visiting their website or getting in touch with them.
West Mains School
For P1 - P3 pupils with speech and language difficulties Telephone :
01355 249938 Email : email@example.com Web Address : http://www.westmains.s-lanark.sch.uk
West Primary School – Language Centre
Language Unit - Children with additional support needs in relation to specific language difficulties (split placement with mainstream).
Assessment and Development Class - children with additional support needs in relation to communication / language and having a deferred school entry. Telephone :
0141 889 5350 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Address : http://www.renfrewshire.gov.uk/webcontent/home/services/education+and+learning/schools/els-sr-west-primary-school
Western Isles Community Care Forum
Western Isles Community Care Forum, a voluntary organisation which
serves the Western Isles. We serve the voluntary care organisations, informal carers and service users in the Western Isles.
If you are caring for someone and would like some practical support, support with finances, or would like to chat we can help. We also provide training and other support get in touch with us. Telephone :
01859 502588 Email : email@example.com Web Address : http://www.wiccf.co.uk
Western Isles Council – Children with Disabilities Team, Benbecula
Children and Families Team Telephone :
01870 604880 Web Address : https://www.cne-siar.gov.uk/social-care-and-health/children-and-families/
Western Isles Council – Children with Disabilities Team, Stornoway
Children and Families Team Telephone :
01851 822749 Web Address : http://www.cne-siar.gov.uk/social-care-and-health/children-and-families/
Western Isles Psychological Services
The mission of the Western Isles Psychological Services is to offer effective, evidenced based psychological services to children, young people and those who support them, to make a positive difference to their lives. The child is central, and the work is undertaken in the spirit of collaboration, co-operation, and respect.
The vision is to provide accessible, equitable services to children and young people and their families/carers and to the agencies that support them. The vision is to be dynamic, innovative and focused on early intervention, prevention, strengths and capacities for change.
The Services aims are:
• To carry out the core functions of Psychological Services (Assessment, Intervention, Consultation, Training and Research ) in ways that can be considered to be sector leading and impact significantly on outcomes for our stakeholders.
• To engage stakeholders fairly and with integrity in a way that allows them to feel both supported and challenged to progress. This support and challenge will have psychology at its core and will remain free from bias and other forms of prejudice.
• To promote inclusive practice.
• To engage wholeheartedly in a process of self-evaluation leading to continuous improvement in all aspects of our service delivery.
• To support the work of our partners to help our local community thrive Telephone :
01851 822736 Web Address : https://www.cne-siar.gov.uk/media/4660/epicyp.pdf
Western Isles Young Carers Project
Based in Pointers Drop in Centre in Stornoway, the Pointers Young Carers Project provides activities and services based on the requirements of the young carers who attend.
The aim of the group is to identify young carers who are coping without adequate support in the Western Isles, to uncover the issues they face and to help support them and tackle these issues.
All young people who take up the services of the Pointers Young Carers Project will receive support and the opportunity to speak confidentially about the issues they experience. Telephone :
01851822713 Web Address : https://www.cne-siar.gov.uk/schools-and-learning/learning-and-development/community-learning-and-development/pointers-drop-in-centre/young-carers/
Special school for children and young people aged between 5 and 18, who have a range of additional support needs including multiple and complex needs, physical disabilities and autism spectrum disorders. Telephone :
01346 415855 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org Web Address : http://www.westfield.aberdeenshire.sch.uk
An integrated special unit caters for pupils in mainstream education who, due to their additional support needs, require individualised or small group specialist teaching in specific areas of the curriculum. Telephone :
01224 740111 Email : email@example.com Web Address : http://www.westhill-academy.net
Westmuir High School
Small secondary school for pupils who require support to engage in learning Telephone :
0141 556 6276