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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

    AIMS Advocacy

    AIMS Advocacy works with people from North Ayrshire over the age of 16 years old who require independent advocacy and who are eligible to receive a community care service. This includes people who experience mental ill health or disabilities. We offer advocacy support in the community as well as hospital settings.
    Telephone : 01294 608663
    Email : info@aimsadvocacy.org.uk
    Web Address : http://www.aimsadvocacy.org.uk

    Angus Independent Advocacy

    Angus Independent Advocacy works with adults who are at risk of being unable to safeguard their rights, and who may have: a learning disability; mental ill health; an acquired brain injury; dementia, or; are an older person. What the advocates do: support in confidence; help you take control of your own life; support you when making choices that affect your life; protect your rights; help you explore options and make informed choices; help you speak to professionals; help you prepare and accompany you to meetings.
    Telephone : 01241 434413
    Email : enquiries@angusindadvocacy.org
    Web Address : http://www.angusindadvocacy.org/

    Carers of East Lothian

    Carers of East Lothian (CoEL) focuses on supporting carers so that they can continue to care for others. They can provide anything from a bit of practical advice when needed or through to much more support for carers who are struggling to cope with the physical and emotional demands of caring for someone on a full time basis. Their aims are to support all adults in a caring situation in East Lothian to get information and services to help their individual caring role, enhance their own wellbeing and strengthen their collective voice to improve services.
    Telephone : 0131 665 0135
    Email : centre@coel.org.uk
    Web Address : http://www.coel.org.uk
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