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"Volunteering has also helped me to improve my own wellbeing. It's given me a sense of purpose".

Helen, Dundee mum

Can you spare a
few hours a week?

If you're looking to learn some new skills and expand your knowledge on SLCN, please consider volunteering with us! Not only will you learn new things but you'll also be supporting a local charity and helping us to reach more children and families!

What we need help with:

  • The support of our parent groups

  • Assistance at our children/youth groups

  • Assistance with activities and events such as family days out

  • Help to promote our campaigns

Who can volunteer?

There are no qualification or experience requirements to volunteer at SLCo! All we ask is that you have a positive attitude, a desire to learn and an open mind.  Contact our Volunteer Coordinator for more information


Celebrating the Unique Strengths of a Neurodivergent Teenager

Gareth, 23, is a volunteer befriender in our GAB (Get a Buddy) befriending programme.

Read Gareth's story

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