Read what people say about us

"The SCSC has been a powerful voice for children and young people with complex needs and their families.  Kindred has often worked in collaboration with SCSC, particularly when we see that our families have dropped below the radar. Most notably, the SCSC has campaigned for mental health services for children with autism and shone a spotlight on resourcing additional support needs provision. This has delivered some considerable achievements."

Sophie Pilgrim

Director of Kindred Scotland

"Through our membership of the SCSC we have been able to raise awareness of and fight for better opportunities for those with additional support needs (ASN). Thanks to ongoing campaigns, such as seeking increased resourcing for those with ASN and supporting them into employment, we have seen clear tangible results such as specific funding for individuals to gain access to training and employment programmes."

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Kenny Graham

Director of Falkland House School

"We were delighted with the support that the SCSC offered during the campaign for greater support for care leavers. This not only led to the Scottish Government committing to providing support for care leavers until they reached the age of 26, but now all teenagers in residential, foster or kinship care who turn 16 will be entitled to remain in their care setting until they reach the age of 21."

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Duncan Dunlop

Former Chief Executive of Who Cares? Scotland

"Spark of Genius is proud to be a member of the SCSC, which has sought to ensure that those children and young people with mental health problems get the care and support that they need, when they need it. SCSC campaigns for the delivery of a wide range of high-quality services and has delivered major successes in this area."

Tom McGhee

Chairman of Spark of Genius
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