Scottish Trans Alliance works to improve gender identity and gender reassignment equality, rights and inclusion.
Serviciul medicilor de familie (GP) pentru copii și tineri
Shout is a 24/7 UK crisis text service available for times when people feel they need immediate support.
First launched in May 2008 in NHS Tayside, the project is based on the need identified during our original Dental Playbox Project for a resource specifically for children with physical disability, sensory or learning impairment. This resource was devel Read more…
Evaluation by Dental Health Services Research Programme, University of Dundee of pilot of 27 Schools in Tayside 2007-09. Special Smiles Dental Project Evaluation Report 2007-09 (3 MB)
Describes the work of our Inspiring Scotland funded project working in 17 ASL Schools in Glasgow.
Working together to improve the lives of care leavers.
Scottish Government guidance to help improve the experiences of disabled children, young people, and their families.
for wheelchair users
Supporting families affected by a syndrome without a name.
Tips on communication for young people with long term conditions and professionals working with them. Talking about my health condition (627 kB)
On-line doctor’s surgery for teenagers to ask questions on young people’s health related issues.
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