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Useful Information

We know that organisations will welcome you but are not always as inclusive as they might say they are. 

We can help you break down these barriers. Contact our Helpline and we can raise awareness and work with you to make sure that your voice is heard and that you are included where you want to be.

 

Here is a list of some organisations that you might find interesting useful:

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Your Education

There are a number of different types of support that can be provided to children with SLCN and neurodivergence in schools, including:

 

  • One-to-one support

  • Small group support 

  • Adapted resources 

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Mental Health

People with SLCN and neurodivergence are more likely to experience mental health challenges. If you are struggling with your mental health, there are a number of resources available to help you. 

 

  • Your GP 

  • Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) 

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Employment

When children with SLCN and neurodivergence leave school, they have the right to access employment opportunities. There are a number of different organisations that can help you find employment, including: 

 

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Volunteering

Volunteering can be a great way for you to gain experience and build social connections. There are a number of different organisations that welcome volunteers who think and learn differently.

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Relationships

You can have healthy and successful relationships. However, you may need some extra support to develop and maintain relationships. There are a number of resources available to help develop and maintain relationships. These resources include: 

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Support and Advocacy Groups

There are a number of support and advocacy groups in Scotland that can help provide information, support, and advocacy. Some of these groups include: 

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