We support over 50 young people moving through a period of transition, helping them to make informed choices about the way they organise their life and support them to grow and develop.

We work closely with schools and become involved at the earliest possible opportunity. We often work in partnership with other organisations to offer a varied package of support.

All parents worry about their children and the parents of young people with disabilities worry more than most. We listen to parents, we respect their knowledge and we plan together for the future. As young people move gradually towards greater independence and self-determination, the role that we play and the role that parents play will also gradually change.

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"The Richmond Fellowship Scotland staff are always helpful, accommodating and provide my son with a quality of support. He trusts The Richmond Fellowship Scotland staff."

from our Family and Carers survey 2011-12