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.
12 January 2016
Mary's Trip To Memphis
19 November 2015
A 5 year tea party!
Residents and Staff at the Pitairlie Service had a lot to celebrate recently. The service had been open and the residents had been out in the community for five years! This was a big achievement that had to be celebrated!
16 November 2015
Commended in the Health Care Sector Award
The Richmond Fellowship Scotland has recently received the highly competitive 'Commended in the Health Care Sector' award presented at a ceremony celebrating the RoSPA (The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents) Awards 2015.
9 November 2015
Good Autism Practice Group Update
Our Good Autism Practice Group, whose purpose is to improve knowledge and good practice of the managers of our autism services, met for last time in 2015. Following positive feedback, the group will continue in 2016.
3 November 2015
Positive Pathways is back
Positive Pathways, the intensive training programme for family carers of adults with autism, is back for a fourth year to help families implement Positive Behaviour Support in their homes.