Who are we?
We are a Scottish registered charity which represents the interests of children and young adults with lived experience of communication impairments, working towards their inclusion in society and supporting their parents and carers.
What do we do?
  • provide essential support for parents and carers
  • provide training for parents, professionals and agencies
  • promote the participation of children and young people
  • provide publications for parents and professionals
Who for?
  • Parents and carers
  • Children and young people
  • Professionals and other agencies
Latest News

Children under six are being prescribed behavioural drugs against medical guidelines as mental health professionals struggle to cope with a lack of funding and short staffing. This is the finding from a survey of educational psychologists, which found many pre-schoolers … Continue reading >

When we talk about social inequality in Britain we are often reluctant to look too directly at certain issues. Politicians are understandably uncomfortable about talking about the fact that, while seven per cent of UK pupils attend private schools, those … Continue reading >

Campaigners say┬áScotland’s largest city has the highest rate of child poverty, with the issue affecting a third of all youngsters in the Glasgow area. Other affected areas include: > Dundee, 28% > North Ayrshire, 27% > Clackmannanshire, East Ayrshire and … Continue reading >