Our service programme

Events programme 2017 -18


Look out for us in your area- we’ll be in a shopping or community centre – come along and visit us – dates to be confirmed.

  • DUNDEE – July 2017
  • PERTH – May 2017
  • ARBROATH – March 2017
  • GLASGOW – June 2017
  • ABERDEEN – October 2017
  • CARLISLE – Carlisle Football Club, 25th January 2017
  • STORNOWAY – February 2017

WORKSHOPS – open access to parents/carers of children with a primary S&L difficulty. Booking required, please contact us to secure a place.

  • How to support a child with a S&L impairment
  • Dundee, Edinburgh & Glasgow various dates
  • Exercise and play: techniques to boost attention and promote calmness and confidence

NEW DIGITAL ACCESS PARTICIPATION PROGRAMME – We aim to ensure that users of our services have equality of access to online information and resources. Lots of parents tell us they’d like some help building confidence and skills to get online. Dundee is planning to run a pilot 4 week programme to deliver basic computer and online skills to parents and carers who might struggle with technology – start date and booking criteria to be confirmed – call for more info or to note your interest. We are committed to the Digital Participation Charter.


  • Locally based group meetings to share experiences, promote parents’ and carers’ voices and promote peer support for you and your child
  • Sign up for local workshops and family days out – join our mailing list and be kept informed and to book
  • Social Pedagogy programme – a 1:1 service aimed at children with particular difficulties
  • Arrange an appointment over the phone with our Speech Language Therapist guided support service. Contact us to discuss (costs may apply)

OPEN ACCESS (in Dundee)

Our interactive space is open to the public, free to use on Wednesdays, bring your child with you. Learn about speech and language delays, SLIs (Specific and Language Impairment) etc. We have a borrowing library, online and video content plus a host of information which will help you better understand how to support your child with a communication difficulty.

There are play facilities for up to 6 children, chalkboards, arts and crafts, games, toys and we can offer 1:1 support when required.

Pop along and see us.

If you’d like to host an information day in your area we’d be glad to hear from you.