Members of the Scottish Children's Services Coalition

Our members are committed to delivering high quality care and support to vulnerable children and young people, as well as their families.
Between them our members deliver specialist care and education services to children and young people with additional support needs, such as social, emotional and behavioural difficulties, autism spectrum disorder, learning difficulties, learning disabilities and mental health problems.

They also provide independent advocacy, advice and representation to care experienced children and young people.

Members provide tailored care and support to children and young people from a diverse range of backgrounds and social circumstances, helping them to achieve their full potential.

The Scottish Children’s Services Coalition

Members are:

The Scottish Children’s Services Coalition

Falkland House School

Falkland House School is an independent school based in Fife that specialises in the education and care of boys who require additional support for learning. It was one of the first independent schools in Scotland to be awarded Autism Accreditation by the National Autistic Society and offers day, 39 week and 52 week placements.
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LOVE learning

LOVE learning is a charity that provides a wide range of services which include supporting children and young people through intensive early years programmes, as well as supporting those both in the classroom and outside the education system. It has a specific focus on those with additional support needs.

As a registered Scottish Qualifications Authority education provider LOVE learning also offers educational awards and employability skills to children and young people.

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Spark of Genius

Spark of Genius is an independent organisation offering residential care, education, autism services, post-16 employability programmes and adult services throughout the UK. It enables children, young people and adults who need a variety of support to achieve their potential.
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Who Cares? Scotland

Who Cares? Scotland is a charity that provides independent advocacy to care experienced children and young people across Scotland.  Working with care experienced people they use voice and lived experience to train corporate parents and others who make decisions about the lives of those in care, to better understand the lives of children and young people in care.

Who Cares? Scotland has been working with care experienced people for over 40 years and in the last five years has carried out award winning, lived experience led campaigning work which was instrumental in the establishment of the Independent Care Review. They were awarded UK Charity of the Year in 2018.

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Young Foundations

Young Foundations is an independent organisation specialising in the care of children and young people with a range of complex needs.

The aim of its Scottish service is to care, support, develop and empower young people with complex difficulties to realise their potential in a safe, secure and nurturing environment. This is achieved through a holistic model of care which is distinctive of compassion, skill and evidence based positive interventions.

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