Ensuring that supported people are involved in the decisions that affect them

We are committed to involving people who receive support from social care agencies in everything we do, and are leading the way in helping others to do the same.


The NIN is a network of over 250 people with support needs which has been meeting since 2007 to promote involvement and share ideas about things that matter to us most.  We meet every two months, usually either in Glasgow or Edinburgh to share our experiences of involvement and how the Charter for Involvement can be put into practice.

New members are always welcome at NIN meetings.

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A framework that shows how supported people want to be involved in their services and communities that is delivered real change across Scotland.

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NIN members reading Charter for Involvement


Bringing supported people together in their local areas to lead change in their services and communities in Aberdeenshire, Dumfries and Galloway, Dundee and North, East and South Ayrshire.

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