Caroline Gray is a poet and Vice Chair of the National Involvement Network

Caroline is a member of the National Involvement Network, which brings together people receiving support from across Scotland

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Important News from Ayrshire Involvement Network

There is a new bug going round called Coronavirus or COVID-19. Doctors say it’s easy to catch

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COVID 19 – Guidance

Important information about COVID 19

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Coronavirus for Children and Young People with complex needs

The Royal College of Paediatricians and Child Health, as the lead professional body for paediatricians, has posted some info

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ARC Scotland – Coronavirus

Throughout this uncertain period we remain fully committed to continuing to support the many people and organisations

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Coronavirus – Home to stay safe

Coronavirus is a new illness spreading across the world. The symptoms are:

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Coronavirus advice for unpaid carers

Anyone providing regular support to a vulnerable friend or relative will want to do what they can to protect their own health

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Being Involved – Learn from the Experts

The next session will take place at Rothes Halls in Glenrothes on 26th March from 1.30pm - 4.30pm

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Getting Transitions Right Training – 19th March 2020

William Quarrier Conference Centre, 20 St Kenneth Drive, Glasgow G51 4QD - 9.30am - 4.30pm

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Getting Transitions Right – 29th May 2020

The Barracks Conference Centre, Forthside Way, Stirling, FK8 1QZ - 9.30am - 4.30pm

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Getting Transitions Right – 9th June 2020

at ARC Scotland offices, Unit 12, Hardengreen Business Centre, Eskbank, Dalkeith, EH22 3NX - 9.30am - 4.30pm

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‘Getting Transitions Right’ – upcoming training sessions

This course will inspire you to develop approaches that enable young people with additional needs to reach their potential

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ELCAP sign up to the Charter for Involvement

ELCAP members voted unanimously to adopt the Charter at the charity’s Annual General Meeting on 11 October.

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Ray’s Opportunities sign up to the Charter for Involvement

Ray's Opportunities are the 83rd organisation to sign up to the Charter for Involvement.

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Charter for Involvement – Living the lives we want

National Involvement Network members gave the keynote presentation at the IASSIDD World Congress in Glasgow

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NEW Charter for Involvement

The Charter for Involvement was published in 2015 and has now been updated. The 12 statement remains the same

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Charter for Involvement

We are delighted that Weavers Burn Housing Support Service in Dundee has signed up to the Charter for Involvement

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AILN sign up to the Charter for Involvement

Ayrshire Independent Living Network are the 79th organisation to sign up to the Charter for Involvement.

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NIN Meeting – 26th March 2019

"The Charter for Involvement is a brilliant idea.  It sets the agenda we all have to achieve" - Christina McKelvie

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Looking for Someone Like Me: Representation in Picture Books

Think about how learning disabilities and other types of disability are represented in picture books

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Edinburgh Book Festival

Did you know that Edinburgh Book Festival has won Euan's Guide Accessibility Award for Best Pop-Up Venue for the past 3 years

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2019-21 The Keys to Life Implementation Framework and Priorities

An online version can be found on the keys to life website

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White Top Centre sign up to the Charter for Involvement

The White Top Centre in Dundee are the 76th organisation to sign up to the Charter for Involvement

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Uppertunity sign up to the Charter for Involvement

We are delighted that Uppertunity in Dundee signed up to the Charter for Involvement

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Partners for Inclusion sign up to the Charter for Involvement

On Tuesday 15 January Partners for Inclusion became the 74th organisation to sign up to the Charter for Involvement

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