1 September 2016
New Good Autism Practice Sessions
Back by popular demand our Good Autism Practice Sessions (GAP Sessions) are starting up again.
15 August 2016
TRFS at XI Autism-Europe International Congress
The XI Autism-Europe International Congress is taking place in Edinburgh from 16th- 18th September. Attended by hundreds of participants from across Europe with speakers from around the world including the Richmond Fellowship Scotland.
9 August 2016
New Developments in Autism Support
This Autumn, the Richmond Fellowship Scotland is developing an exciting new role of Autism Resource Worker. We hope this means that the people we support with autism are able to live their lives to the fullest with as much independence and control as poss
5 July 2016
TRFS joins Fife Public Social Partnership
The Fife Short-term Housing Support and Homelessness Services Public Social Partnership is a partnership between Fife Council and 12 service providers, including The Richmond Fellowship Scotland
30 June 2016
Supported Individuals & Staff take part in Fun Run
Supported individuals and staff from The Richmond Fellowship Scotland, Glasgow East/North West services will be participating in the 5k Colour run event being held in Glasgow on the 17th of July 2016.
23 June 2016
Wish you were here? Our new recruitment campaign
Wish you were here? We launch new recruitment campaign for relief staff in Glenrothes, North East Fife, Stirling and The Borders
24 March 2016
Recruitment Open Day in Glenrothes
Recruitment Open Day on Wednesday 30th March 2016 at Rothes Halls Kingdom Shopping Centre, Glenrothes
17 March 2016
Autism Logo Competition: Round 1
Edinburgh based artist Alice Shaw (who has autism), Richard Ibbotson (East Regional Director) and Ruth Adams (Autism Behaviour Support Advisor) sifted all the entries as part of our Autism Logo Competition
11 March 2016
Postive Pathways in Renfrewshire
An opportunity for carers to receive practical training to help and support their family member with Autism and a Learning Disability living in Renfrewshire who is aged 16 years and above.
18 January 2016
New Behavioural Support Service for Family Carers
The Scottish Government has awarded The Richmond Fellowship Scotland funding from the Autism Innovation and Improvement Fund to set up a national carers’ support service.