We run a one to one support service for children and adults living in Shetland that have been affected by bereavement, with the aim that no one finds themselves alone, struggling to cope with their grief.
Tackling obesity in schools Supporting young people aged between 8 and 16 who are suffering from obesity, particularly where it affects their ability to achieve educationally, the project operates on a self-referral basis. A professionally qualified tutor liaises with pupils, parents and schools to provide support in both a one-to-one and group environment encouraging exercise and healthy eating. The […]
Marginalised and misunderstood by society…… fearful of the world of employment and what the future holds…. bullied, excluded, shunning social interation and crippled by anxiety … phrases regularly used by the estimated 1 in 100 UK adults living with Autism to explain the challenges they face on a daily basis both in the workplace and […]
Headway Highland support adults with an acquired brain injury and their families/carers. We offer home visits following referral. and we signpost to other services/organisations. We have support groups in Inverness, Nairn, Fort William, Thurso and Wick. Headway Highland also offers access to a free accredited counselling service and distributes a quarterly newsletter.