At the meeting place we support adults with additional support needs to develop their skills in IT, multi–media and ‘e’ inclusion.
Opportunities on offer include :
- Filming, editing, DVDs
- Email accounts
… and much more.
Our unique and valuable volunteers use their existing skills, and develop new skills, in a peer mentoring role to support adults at The Meeting Place.
We take pride in partnership working and building links with individuals, services, groups and organisations in our local community and beyond.
We have an open door policy and enjoy welcoming visitors.
Royal National Institute of Blind People – ScotlandThe Education and Family Services Department promotes the interests of children and young people with sight problems and those who support them, from the point of diagnosis, on through the young persons school, college and...
Dyslexia ScotlandWe offer support and advice to people of all ages about dyslexia. We work all over Scotland and have local branches in Lochaber, Inverness and Moray. Our website contains lots of useful information and links...
Autism Rights Group Highland (ARGH)ARGH is run by and for autistic adults living in the Highland region who are 18 years or over. ARGH is a fully independent self run and self funded organisation, the first of it’s...
Action for ChildrenOur vision is to ensure that every child and young person in the country has a safe and happy childhood and the foundations they need to thrive We protect and support children and young people...
AbilityNetAbilityNet supports anyone living with any disability or impairment to use technology to achieve their goals at home, at work and in education. AbilityNet was created in 1998 by IBM and Microsoft to share tech...
National Autistic Society (NAS) Scotland ProspectsProspects is an employment and training service for people with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) who wish to work. Our aim is that people with an ASD should have the same training and employment opportunities...
Highlands & Islands Autism SocietyThis support group is mainly made up of parents of children, young people and adults who have Autism Spectrum Disorder. They are a voluntary organisation run completely by volunteers/committee members. They have meetings on the...
The Highland Council Employability ServiceHighland Council’s Employability Services (HES) supports people of working age to progress towards and into employment. For young people we can engage with students up to 6 months before they reach their statutory school leaving...