PRIORITY FAMILIES – a short guide

A new Community Planning Service called Priority Families has been launched. The service targets families who are affected by multiple issues, including anti-social behaviour, school issues and child wellbeing concerns. Intensive support is offered for up to 12 months both in the family home and the community to improve life outcomes. For more information click…

Aberdeen City Multi-agency Guidance for people working with children and young people at risk of harm

The multi-agency guidance aims to support staff across all partner service to provide a caring and appropriate response to children and young people experiencing emotional distress and who may be at risk of deliberate self harm thoughts. Click below to access the document. [gview file=”https://www.abernet.org/inclusion/wp-content/uploads/sites/15/2017/03/Self-harm-booklet-as-pages.pdf”]

Welcoming dyslexic readers into libraries

Join Cathy on the 18th of March 10:30 – 11:30am at the Central Library as she discusses her work for specialist dyslexia-friendly publisher Barrington Stoke followed by a workshop on the techniques of storytelling and writing. To book places at this free event, e-mail Libraryevents@aberdeencity.gov.uk or phone 01224 652500 for more information. Click on the…