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

Nearly one in five children in Scotland is living in relative poverty, according to new figures released by the Poverty Truth Commission. The latest statistics show there were 180,000 children living in relative poverty in 2012/13 – an increase of … Continue reading >

The Scottish government has defended its controversial plan for a named guardian for every child in Scotland. Speaking to the BBC, Children’s Minister Aileen Campbell said the policy would be rolled out across the country as planned in 2016. She … Continue reading >

The Scottish government has pledged to increase free childcare hours for pre-schoolers. The Scottish government is “committed” to its plan to extend childcare, Children’s Minister Aileen Campbell has told MSPs. It was announced last week that there would be a … Continue reading >