Aberdeenshire Involvement Network     

    Aa’body Matters


The original self advocates group, which covers North Aberdeenshire, used to be called Aberdeenshire Powerful Voices Together, but they have recently changed their name to ‘Aberdeenshire Involvement Network’ to be in line with the other local involvement networks.  There is also a new self advocate group covering South and Central Aberdeenshire.   They have called themselves ‘Aa’body Matters’.


Hello and welcome

Hi I’m Julie.  I am helping the Aberdeenshire Involvement Network and Aa’body Matters to make sure they are listened to and respected.


About us

People come together to meet every two months from across Aberdeenshire. They represent their views and the views of other groups and forums they belong to. The group has links with people in Aberdeenshire Council, Community Planning, and the NHS as well as with The Learning Disability Providers Forum.


How can I get Involved?

Anyone with additional support needs can join Aberdeenshire Involvement Network and Aa’body Matters.  You can phone or email Julie for more information.  You can ask whoever gives you support to contact Julie.


Meeting Dates

While we can’t meet in person, Aberdeenshire Involvement Network and Aa’body Matters are currently working together holding joint meetings on Zoom. These meetings are usually every 2 weeks. Julie shares the zoom meeting links and agendas for these meetings by email.

If you are interested in attending these online meetings please get in touch with Julie.

Information from Meetings

AIN Agenda 4th September 2019

All minutes are provided in easy read format.

Aberdeenshire Learning Disability Providers Forum

The forum provides the opportunity for organisations working with people with learning disabilities in Aberdeenshire

Find out more

Local Involvement Networks

ARC Scotland brings supported people together in their local areas to lead change in their services and communities in Aberdeenshire, Dumfries and Galloway, Dundee, Edinburgh and Lothian, and North East and South Ayrshires.

Read more about Local Involvement