Welcome to the autumn edition of the Aberlour News, full of the latest stories and updates from our services across Scotland.
The Rose Project: Best for Babies is a collaborative research project between The University of Stirling and Aberlour. It is possible thanks to the generous legacy of Dr Elizabeth Rose, additional funding from
the Barrow Cadbury Trust and resources from Aberlour
Welcome to the summer edition of the Aberlour News, full of the latest stories and updates from our services across Scotland.
Self Directed Support can sometimes be confusing for people to understand This helpful guide is aimed at children, to help them learn about what Self Directed Support could mean for them and their families.
As Scotland’s largest, solely Scottish Children’s charity, Aberlour supports the introduction of any legislation which is designed to provide greater protection to children, as well as further embed children’s rights within Scotland’s legal framework.
As Scotland’s largest, solely Scottish Children’s charity, Aberlour is greatly encouraged by the Scottish Government’s commitment to further focusing on and developing mental health support and service provision across Scotland, following on from the previous Mental Health Strategy 2012-15.
Aberlour – Scotland’s children’s charity, has been working with vulnerable families who require extra assistance from the state throughout our 140 year history.
Aberlour has published its annual review, 20015-16.
An evaluation of Aberlour Perinatal Befriending Support Service, carried out by the University of Stirling, has shown that the service boosts the mental health of mothers.
As Scotland’s largest, solely Scottish Children’s charity, Aberlour welcomes the Scottish Government’s proposal to increase and extend the provision of funded early learning and childcare (ELC) places available to parents of 3 and 4-year-old, and entitled 2-year-old, children.
As Scotland’s largest, solely Scottish Children’s charity, Aberlour supports all proposals aimed at improving the educational outcomes of Scotland’s children and young people.