Bulletin: No.1. -2nd October 2017: What’s New?

Bulletin: No.1. - 2nd October 2017: What’s New?   Last week Leanne began her studies towards gaining a Masters Degree in Autism. A lot of hard work ahead but the effort involved will hugely benefit HOPE. Leanne will continue to work her normal 25 hours at HOPE during the course of her studies.  

Befriending Project Applications

Befriending Project Applications We are delighted that HOPE has been able to allocate a fund to embark on a befriending project. There will be several elements to this project, and one of them is to provide 1-1 or 2-1 support sessions for individual families.Each support session will last 3 hours on the chosen day,

Membership Availability Update: Support Only

Membership Availability Update: Support Only Due to increased demand for HOPE's services and the impact this has had on our current waiting list, HOPE will continue to accept applications for Support Only Membership at this time, while Full Membership, with group access, will be closed to new applicants until further notice. Our Support Only Membership (£30 per annum) is still

Volunteer of the Month: August 2017 – Jim McLeavy

Volunteer of the Mont: July 2017 - Jim McLeavy   It is with great pride that HOPE announces that Jim McLeavy is our Volunteer of the Month for August 2017. Jim has been a fantastic member of staff since beginning as a volunteer in Spring of this year, volunteering on a number of

Volunteer of the Month: July 2017 – Emma Donaldson

Volunteer of the Month: July 2017 - Emma Donaldson HOPE is delighted to announce that Emma Donaldson is our Volunteer of the Month for July 2017. Emma has worked at HOPE for a few years, first in a volunteering role, then as part of her student placement for her qualification in Health and

Autism Information Guide

Updated Autism Information Guide A new and up to date set of Autism information guides have been published by SIGN and Healthcare Improvement Scotland. Available from SIGN's website, the new documents include Clinical Guidelines, based on current medical research, and patient booklets for young people, adults, parents and carers. Aimed at individuals

Carer Support Events –

Feedback events for carers and organisations supporting carers in North Lanarkshire are being hosted by North Lanarkshire Council Voluntary Action North Lanarkshire (VANL) in August. The events will be facilitated by Martin Pearson, an independent consultant who will produce a report based on your views for Health and Social Care North Lanarkshire. If you

Cycling at Dunbeth Park – Sunday 23rd

HOPE will be hosting our summer cycling session on Sunday 23rd July, at Dunbeth park. The session is free to members and will run from 12pm-2pm. Please bring your own bike and wear weather-suitable clothing. If anyone needs to collect a bike for the session, they will be able to collect one from The

Digital Safeguarding – Teenagers and Young Adults (14+)

HOPE is hosting a Digital Safeguarding session for young adults on Wednesday 26th July, 2pm-3:30pm at the HOPE Centre. HOPE has arranged for a group info session on digital safeguarding aimed at our teens and young adults. The talk will include information on staying safe on social media, internet usage, online gaming, and sharing