We have been successful in securing new funding for two projects!
We have been awarded funding to continue to deliver independent advocacy support to people with learning disabilities, difficulties, autism experiencing domestic abuse across Forth Valley.
The Community Fund funded this for the last 3 years and we have been able to evidence how unique and vital this project has been.
The Survivors project funding from the Scottish Government – Delivering Equally Safe fund (Inspiring Scotland) and the Robertson Trust and look forward to continuing the work with survivors.
We have been awarded funding to deliver independent advocacy support for a new Autistic'n'Awesome Transitions project supporting young people in Falkirk with autism.
A'n'A's funding comes from The National Lottery- Young Start Programme, Agnes Hunter Trust, The Scottish Government - Increasing Understanding of Autism Programme (Inspiring Scotland) and The Hugh Fraser Foundation.
Falkirk Children and Adult Services and Education have been chosen as one of the local authorities by the Scottish Government supported by ARC to pilot a transitions app called COMPASS.
By securing funding for our A'n'A Transitions project we will work in partnership, sharing with and informing the pilot in this exciting time for young people with autism living in Falkirk.
Friday 22 October 2021 - 18:08
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