C-Change are committed to supporting real positive change in the lives of individuals and families with support needs regardless of age and personal circumstances.

To find out more information click C-Change

Fair Deal

Fair Deal is rooted in the history and culture of Castlemilk and has been since the organisation was formed just over 25 years ago. It was initially formed by a group of parents to influence change and break new ground in relation to service design and delivery for people with learning disabilities and this continues to be what we seek to do with the full involvement of people who use our support and services as well as parents and carers.

To find out more information click Fair Deal

Enable Scotland

Enable Scotland is a dynamic charitable organisation ran by it's members  founded in 1954 by the parents of children who had learning disabilities in order to ensure that people who have learning disabilities have the same choices and opportunities in life as everyone else. 

To find out more information click Enable Scotland

Equal Futures

Equal Futures is led by families who have taken the initiative to plan and support their disabled relative to enjoy a good life. Our vision is simple. We want everyone to have access to a good life. They help families to set up and maintain a lifetime Circle of Support around their relative with a disability. Aim is to give families peace of mind so that when they are no longer around, their son or daughter will still benefit from loving relationships.

To find out more information click Equal Futures

Inclusion Glasgow

Inclusion Glasgow was founded in February 1996. They changed their name to Inclusion in 2012 but are still dedicated to providing support to people, their families and their friends which offers real choices and control over their services and their lives.

To find out more information click Incluaion Glasgow

Key Community Supports

KEY supports people with learning disabilities throughout Scotland. They have a deep commitment to helping each person get the individual help they need to enjoy life to the full.

To find out more information click Key Community Supports

Neighbourhood Networks

Neighbourhood Networks is a not-for-profit company and a charity registered in Scotland. They were founded in 2001 and are a sister organisation of KeyRing, a charitable company operating in England and Wales.

To find out more click Neighbourhood Networks

Partners for Inclusion

 Partners for Inclusion supports  people who have a learning or mental health difficulty, or both. They provide tailor-made support for people in Ayrshire, Renfrewshire and East Renfrewshire.

To find out more information click Partners for Inclusion

Real Life Options

Real Life Options supports people with learning disabilities or autism to make choices and live their lives the way they want to.

To find out more information click Real Life Options

Sense Scotland

Sense Scotland was formalised as a charity in 1985. It grew quickly, from its beginnings as a small group of families pressing for services for their children, who were affected by deafblindness, many because of maternal rubella. Since then, the organisation has gone on to successfully support thousands of disabled people and their families, in thousands of projects and services, throughout Scotland.

To find out more information click Sense Scotland

Support Ordinary Living

Support Ordinary Living (S.O.L )work for people with a variety of different support needs and disabilities to choose and create a life for themselves.
To find out more information click Support Ordinary Living

Edinburgh Development Group

Edinburgh Development Group was set up in 1991. Since then, work has constantly evolved to keep up with (and often ahead of!) the times. We still mainly work with people who have learning difficulties and their families, but we also now work more widely with community groups, including others who may feel at risk of marginalisation.

To fnd out more information click Edinburgh Development Group

Capability Scotland

Capability Scotland campaigns with, and provides education, employment and care services for, disabled children and adults across Scotland. They work with disabled people, their families and carers to provide a mix of services that meet their aspirations at all stages of their lives.

To find out more information click Capability Scotland

Glasgow Centre for Inclusive Learning (GCIL)

GCIL is a community business run by disabled people, working for and with disabled people. They are a registered charity and company limited by guartee.

To find out more information click GCIL


Turning Point Scotland

Turning Point Scotland provides person centred support to adults with a range of complex needs. Who learn from services and seek to influence social policy.

To find out more information click Turning Point


Mainstray is one of the country's leading Property Asset Management and Facility Service Providers, employing some 480 people.

To find more information click here Mainstay


Quarriers is one of Scotland’s largest social care charities. Provide practical care and support for vulnerable children, adults and families who face extremely challenging circumstances. They challenge poverty and inequality of opportunity to bring about positive changes in people’s lives.

To find out more information click Quarriers

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