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    PAMIS Scotland

    PAMIS is a national organisation and provides support to families across Scotland. PAMIS provides support, workshops, advocacy, newsletters etc. for people with profound and multiple learning disabilities, their family and carers and interested professionals. They have five Family Support Service Directors with responsibility for a particular local area: Tayside, Fife, Grampian, Greater Glasgow & Clyde and South Lanarkshire. Through the Family Support Service Directors, people with profound and multiple learning disabilities (PMLD) and their family carers can access all PAMIS services and resources. In the areas where there is currently no designated Family Support Service, their engagement is through national projects and their information service. They are keen to work with all families and will pursue partnerships with all Health and Social Care Boards as part of the PAMIS 10 Year Strategy.
    Telephone : 01382 385154
    Email : info@pamis.org.uk
    Web Address : http://www.pamis.org.uk

    Parent to Parent

    A team of support workers help parents on a one to one basis and are available to any family caring for a child with an additional need in the Dundee, Angus and Perth and Kinross area. This may be a physical disability, learning difficulty, sensory difficulties, long-term illness or an emotional difficulty linked to the child's disability. Referrals are allocated to the most appropriate support worker who will make contact with the family as soon as they are able to offer support.
    Telephone : 01382 817558
    Email : admin@parent-to-parent.org
    Web Address : http://www.parent-to-parent.org

    Partners in Advocacy Edinburgh

    Provides 1-1 independent advocacy for children and young people with additional support needs, including those with mental health issues. Adults and older people across Scotland Edinburgh office - Edinburgh & the Lothians: children and young people with additional support needs (up to and including age 19) - young people who have a learning disability and a mental health issue, who are also known to local CAMHS teams. My Rights, My Say advocacy (educational issues) for children and young people young people 12-15 with additional support needs.
    Telephone : 0131 478 7723/7724
    Email : edinburgh@partnersinadvocacy.org.uk
    Web Address : http://www.partnersinadvocacy.org.uk

    Partners in Advocacy Glasgow

    Provides 1-1 independent advocacy for children and young people with additional support needs, including those with mental health issues. Adults and older people across Scotland Glasgow Office - various localities across Glasgow City & Greater Glasgow & Clyde: children and young people up to the age of 19 with mental health issues - children and young people whose lives are affected by Adverse Childhood Experiences. My Rights, My Say advocacy (educational issues) for children and young people young people 12-15 with additional support needs.
    Telephone : 0141 847 0660
    Email : glasgow@partnersinadvocacy.org.uk
    Web Address : http://www.partnersinadvocacy.org.uk
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