Self-Directed Support is a new way of arranging your support, which puts you in charge. The focus of all support is now about outcomes, which are the things you want to achieve in your life.
We support over 1300 individuals who are experiencing mental health difficulties to live as full and independent lives as possible.
We have a wealth of experience in this area, having been delivering learning disability services since 1995.
Autism Spectrum Disorders
We support over 200 individuals across Scotland with autism spectrum disorders.
Young people in transition
We help young people in transition make informed choices about their life and support them to develop.
Positive Behaviour Support
We support staff and services to work with people with complex and challenging behaviours.
Alcohol related brain damage
Our ARBD service supports over 50 people to live as independently as possible in their own homes.
East Renfrewshire Dementia Services
Our Dementia service can support you to maintain your independence at home and your choices in life.
Older people (including dementia)
We support more than 150 people over 65 who might otherwise have faced hospital or nursing home care.
Our services for people with forensic needs are individually planned as a service would be for any other individual.
Alcohol and drug misuse
We provide services to both individuals and families presenting with alcohol and drug misuse issues.
East Dunbartonshire Connections Service
We provide short-term support for those who are or are at risk of experiencing mental health issues.
Perth and Kinross Shared Lives Service
In a Shared Lives Service you are supported by someone called a Shared Lives carer. The Shared Lives carer will share their family home with you and include you as part of their family.