Easy Read

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Easy Read Information

If you experience difficulties using or navigating our website, please contact us. We need your feedback to understand any problems you might have experienced or suggestions you might have to improve our website:

Get in touch with us by calling the Administrator on: 01349 868211 Or you can email us at: info@hi-hope.org

Or you can write to us at: The Administrator, Education Centre, Castle Street, Dingwall, IV15 9HU If you don’t have a home computer, you can access a computer at the public libraries and ask for help at the Service Points.

Public Libraries

There are 40 public libraries across the Highlands plus 8 mobile libraries all of which are accessible. It’s quick, easy and free to join and you can use any library once you are a member. Most libraries have computers for you to get online, email, create documents.


Use the Service Point

Service Points will be able to print small amounts of information from the handbook for those who have a disability which prevents use of a computer or who have difficulty accessing a computer. For more information telephone: 01349 886 606


Credits & Acknowledgements

Photographs used with permission from:

NHS Photolibrary

NHS Scotland Photolibrary

Office for Disability Issues

NHS Health Scotland, 2009
Zoom, Scottish youth health photography project.

High Life Highland Youth Team
Thanks for the Young Scot ID Card photo.

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Please Note: There will be some instances where funding will be required to access a service listed in this directory. Application for this requires to be made following appropriate Highland Council and/or NHS assessment for Adult Services and consequent resource allocation procedures. Further information on accessing services can be obtained from your local Adult Services Team.