Do you sometimes feel up against a brick wall?
Would you like to find out more about additional support needs?
Banchory support/library/coffee session Monday 13th June 9.30am - 11.30am. Hill of Banchory Community Education, activity room 1. We will be joined by Phionna, founder of 'Me Too' magazine which details activities on offer across Aberdeen city and shire for children with additional support needs. SCILL library available and refreshments provided.
SCILL is a Scottish charity based in Banchory on Royal Deeside, 18 miles from Aberdeen, in the Aberdeen-shire District of Grampian Region.
SCILL's members are a mix of parents, carers, education and health professionals who share a common interest in the learning difficulties experienced by some children as they develop through their early years and then progress through the education system.
SCILL provides information and support to members and the general public to help in their task of Supporting Children (with additional support needs) In Learning for Life.
SCILL believes that, with appropriate input, every child with additional support needs can acquire skills which allow them to achieve their full potential
SCILL aims to:
- increase awareness and understanding of various learning difficulties and their impact on children's progress
- provide opportunities to share knowledge, information and experience
- bring together and support parents and carers of such children
- highlight strategies which help to remove the barriers to learning