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  • Parity of Esteem

    Date: April 6, 2020- Category: Case Study

    As we start another week of the most complex operating environment any of us have ever experienced, I am pleased to report that ENABLE Scotland continues to work effectively at every level. Critically, our frontline workforce continues to deliver first class care and support to keep people healthy, well and…

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  • Breaking Barriers wins national award

    Date: March 3, 2020- Category: Case Study

    An ENABLE Scotland-led programme, aimed at broadening higher education opportunities for people with learning disabilities, has won another Scotland-wide award. The Breaking Barriers initiative, which helps young people with a learning disability gain university qualifications and work experience for the first time in the UK, was named winner in the…

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  • Newslink – Spring 2018

    Date: March 27, 2018- Category: Case Study

    Catch up on all the news from our members, local groups, and branches as well as the latest on campaigns, fundraising, and events.

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  • ENABLE Scotland Shortlisted for Best Charity Employer 2018!

    Date: March 23, 2018- Category: Case Study

    We are delighted to announce that ENABLE Scotland has been shortlisted for the prestigious Best Charity Employer of the Year Award in the s1jobs Recruitment Awards 2018! This is great news, and means a lot to us as an organisation committed to being a great place to work for all…

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  • Human Rights 70 years logo

    A Five-Star Weekend at the Human Rights Gathering

    Date: December 8, 2017- Category: Case Study

    Hi, my name is Greg. I’m an ENABLE Scotland ACE Youth Group member. In November me, my friend Ben and 100 other young people attended a Human Rights Gathering organised by Scotland’s new Youth Commissioner. His name is Bruce Adamson. It was a brilliant, five-star weekend and I wanted to…

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  • Learning disability nurse and posing with people who have learning disabilities and academic staff

    ENABLE Scotland and GCU to offer future health and social care workers learning disability experience

    Date: June 14, 2017- Category: Case Study

    Students and staff from Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) will work alongside the charity ENABLE Scotland to support people who have a learning disabilities, thanks to a new partnership agreement. ENABLE Scotland, the country’s leading charity supporting people who live with have a learning disability, will provide volunteering and employment opportunities…

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