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  • MyPad lets you save links to information you have found on MyLife and want to go back to. You can also add your own notes and update them whenever you wish. If you are logged onto your account in MyLife, MyPad will save your links and notes until you delete them. If you are not logged on, the links and notes are saved until you close down MyLife.   To create an account, click here.

    To access this service you can contact this service directPartners in Advocacy provides advocacy to adults using learning disability services and to children and young people using mental health services or with any additional support needs, in Edinburgh, East & Mid Lothian, East Renfrewsh

    Glasgow Directory

  • MyPad lets you save links to information you have found on MyLife and want to go back to. You can also add your own notes and update them whenever you wish. If you are logged onto your account in MyLife, MyPad will save your links and notes until you delete them. If you are not logged on, the links and notes are saved until you close down MyLife.   To create an account, click here.

    The Children's Rights Service offers rights information, support and advocacy to children and young people from Glasgow who are looked after and accommodated or are in continuing care or aftercare.The Children’s Rights Service works in Partnership with Who Cares? Scotland.

    Glasgow Directory

  • MyPad lets you save links to information you have found on MyLife and want to go back to. You can also add your own notes and update them whenever you wish. If you are logged onto your account in MyLife, MyPad will save your links and notes until you delete them. If you are not logged on, the links and notes are saved until you close down MyLife.   To create an account, click here.

    Advocacy

    Glasgow Directory

  • MyPad lets you save links to information you have found on MyLife and want to go back to. You can also add your own notes and update them whenever you wish. If you are logged onto your account in MyLife, MyPad will save your links and notes until you delete them. If you are not logged on, the links and notes are saved until you close down MyLife.   To create an account, click here.

    Advocacy

    Glasgow Directory

  • MyPad lets you save links to information you have found on MyLife and want to go back to. You can also add your own notes and update them whenever you wish. If you are logged onto your account in MyLife, MyPad will save your links and notes until you delete them. If you are not logged on, the links and notes are saved until you close down MyLife.   To create an account, click here.

    To access this service you can contact this service directAdvocacy

    Glasgow Directory

  • MyPad lets you save links to information you have found on MyLife and want to go back to. You can also add your own notes and update them whenever you wish. If you are logged onto your account in MyLife, MyPad will save your links and notes until you delete them. If you are not logged on, the links and notes are saved until you close down MyLife.   To create an account, click here.

    To access this service you can contact this service directAdvocacy

    Glasgow Directory

  • MyPad lets you save links to information you have found on MyLife and want to go back to. You can also add your own notes and update them whenever you wish. If you are logged onto your account in MyLife, MyPad will save your links and notes until you delete them. If you are not logged on, the links and notes are saved until you close down MyLife.   To create an account, click here.

    To access this service you can contact this service directContact a Family is the only national charity that exists to support the families of disabled children whatever their condition or disability.

    Glasgow Directory

  • MyPad lets you save links to information you have found on MyLife and want to go back to. You can also add your own notes and update them whenever you wish. If you are logged onto your account in MyLife, MyPad will save your links and notes until you delete them. If you are not logged on, the links and notes are saved until you close down MyLife.   To create an account, click here.

    To access this service young people can refer themselves Who Cares? Scotland is a national voluntary organisation - established in 1978 - providing a range of advocacy, advice and support services across Scotland for children and young people with experience of care up to the age of 25.

    Glasgow Directory

  • MyPad lets you save links to information you have found on MyLife and want to go back to. You can also add your own notes and update them whenever you wish. If you are logged onto your account in MyLife, MyPad will save your links and notes until you delete them. If you are not logged on, the links and notes are saved until you close down MyLife.   To create an account, click here.

    To access this service you will need to be assessed by your local social work office.Includem is a Scottish charity with 12 years of evidence based experience and a track record in providing a powerful one to one relationship-based service to hundreds of young people, when they are most at

    Glasgow Directory

  • MyPad lets you save links to information you have found on MyLife and want to go back to. You can also add your own notes and update them whenever you wish. If you are logged onto your account in MyLife, MyPad will save your links and notes until you delete them. If you are not logged on, the links and notes are saved until you close down MyLife.   To create an account, click here.

    How to Refer a Young Person Ypeople operates an open referral system whereby anyone can make a youth services support referral on behalf of a young person. For example, referrals may be made by parents or carers, teachers, social workers, GPs, police officers and youth workers.

    Glasgow Directory

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