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Autism Service Directory

The Richmond Fellowship Scotland (Highland)

The Richmond Fellowship Scotland

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Type of service: Domiciliary services, Outreach, Supported living schemes

The Richmond Fellowship Scotland supports over 200 people across Scotland on the autism spectrum. We know that each person has varying needs and abilities and requires structured, consistent support. .

We make sure that our support changes, as individual needs change. We communicate with each person in a way that they will understand, using communication methods, and aids that work for them. We give the right support so that each person can continue their transition through life, education and employment, building positively on current and new relationships. .

The Richmond Fellowship Scotland offers many different models of support. Some of our services are designed in a core and cluster model, others are care homes. These services offer a blend of individual and shared living spaces. We provide flexible supported living services to people who live in their own homes, and accessible drop in centres. Each service supports individuals to progress in their development, and where possible move on to more independent living. .

Please contact the person named below to find out more about the services we offer in Highland. .


Age: For people of any age

Aimed at: Adolescent , Adult

Gender: All genders

Covers: Highland

Registrations & Approaches

Specialisms: Has autism-specific elements

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The Richmond Fellowship Scotland is a charity which provides community-based services for people who...

The Richmond Fellowship Scotland

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You can contact us by phone email or post.

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Neil Maclean - Area Manager

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01463 239933

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First Floor, Metropolitan House, High Street, Inverness, IV1 1HT

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