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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.


Aberlour Primary School

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 : 01340 871255
Email : admin.aberlourp@moray-edunet.gov.uk

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Aboyne Academy

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 : 013398 87722
Email : aboyne.aca@aberdeenshire.gov.uk
Web Address : http://www.aboyneacademy.com

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Aboyne Primary School

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 : 013398 86638
Email : aboyne.sch@aberdeenshire.gov.uk
Web Address : http://www.aboyne-pri.aberdeenshire.sch.uk

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Accessibility and Inclusion Service (AIS)

The Accessibility and Inclusion Service has been established in response to the diverse range of additional support needs identified in Dundee. The AIS provides support within a staged intervention framework to nurseries, schools, families and partner agencies for children and young people with additional support and wellbeing needs.
Telephone : 01382 432099
Email : accessibility.inclusion@dundeecity.gov.uk
Web Address : https://www.dundeecity.gov.uk/sites/default/files/ais_info.pdf

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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

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Action for Children Scotland

Action for Children (formerly National Children’s Home) is a UK children’s charity committed to helping vulnerable and neglected children and young people, and their families, throughout the UK.
Telephone : 0141 550 9010
Email : ask.us@actionforchildren.org.uk
Web Address : https://www.actionforchildren.org.uk/what-we-do/our-work-in-scotland/

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Action on Hearing Loss Scotland

Our purpose is to help people confronting deafness, tinnitus and hearing loss to live the life they choose. We enable them to take control of their lives and remove barriers in their way.
Telephone : 0141 341 5330
Email : scotland@hearingloss.org.uk
Web Address : http://www.actiononhearingloss.org.uk/about-us/scotland.aspx

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Additional Needs Schools – School Nursing Team NHS Lanarkshire

School nurses are responsible for providing a variety of services which can include health promotion, information, advice and education and immunisation. They are usually the first professional point of contact if a school is concerned about a child's health. Parents can ask their school for the contact details of their school nurse.
Telephone : 01698 366585

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Additional Support For Learning Service (ASL), City of Edinburgh Council

The ASL Service works closely with schools, parents, medical professionals and partnership services and agencies to provide specialist teaching and support to children and young people across Edinburgh. A request for support from the ASL Service is agreed through discussion at a Child’s or Young Person’s Planning Meeting and submitted by education staff or medical professionals.
Telephone : 0131 469 2850
Email : asls.admin@ea.edin.sch.uk

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Additional Support Needs Outreach Service, Stirling

The Additional Support Needs (ASN) Outreach Service ensures early intervention and support for children and young people aged 0-18 with additional support needs in early  years establishments, primary schools and secondary schools. The service, led by ASN Co-ordinators, assisted by an support officer, consists of teachers, senior early childhood educators and support for learning assistants in teams - Autism Spectrum Disorder, Early Years Support for Learning, Complex Needs, English as an additional language, Travelling people, Information and communications technology, Hospital and home teaching and Sensory impairment.
Telephone : 01786 272333
Email : asnoutreach@stirling.gov.uk
Web Address : http://my.stirling.gov.uk/services/education-and-learning/additional-support-needs/additional-support-needs-outreach-service

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