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Care Experience

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Cares? Scotland supports care experienced people to have their voice heard. They are a membership organisation who have over 3,700 care experienced members. They are all different ages with different…

Young Carers

…support for young carers in Scotland. What is a Young Carer? A young carer is a young person under 18 who takes care of someone (often a family member) who…

When things at home affect your learning

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…country and not knowing if you can stay ⚪️ Helping to care for someone at home ⚪️ Being homeless or in temporary housing ⚪️ Being a young person with experience of care ⚪️ Having a…

All About ASL

…also shares her experience of having dyslexia. What is ASL? All About ASL Young Carers Find out all about being a young carer and additional support with your learning. Find…

Autism

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…plan to support you. Do you want to hear from an autistic young person about their experience of school? Check out this page where Jordan shares their own experience. Advice…

Dyslexia

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…what help is available. Meg, who is a member of the Inclusion Ambassadors, also shares her experience of having dyslexia and the things that have helped her. What is Dyslexia?…

Your Say: Abby on Dyslexia and Changing Schools

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…is a pupil who goes to secondary school in Scotland and has dyslexia. Abby’s Experience She has shared her thoughts and experiences Dyslexia Scotland’s magazine Dyslexia Voice, and this is…

ADHD

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…also important to be aware that not everyone who has ADHD experiences it in the same way. How people experience ADHD can vary at different times and in different environments….

What is ASL?

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…needs, we’ve listed some examples below: Being bullied Moving schools Experience of care Behavioural difficulties Being a young carer A physical difficulty Neurodiversity English as an additional language Problems at…

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