Helpful links during the COVID-19 pandemic

Posted on Friday, April 10th, 2020

We know this is a very difficult time for everyone right now, however elderly and disabled people and unpaid carers are at particularly high risk of not having their practical and emotional needs met during the coronavirus crisis. We have therefore collated a list of helpful contacts for you below, from national helplines to local […]

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Adult Learning Survey Extended

Posted on Thursday, December 12th, 2019

We are making an urgent plea to encourage disabled people and carers to complete the adult learning survey, which has now been extended to the 31st January 2020.  Lead Scotland is concerned that the survey responses received so far do not represent disabled people and carers who need home or community based learning services, or […]

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New Research Project

Posted on Thursday, September 12th, 2019

Improving outcomes and experiences for disabled students at Scotland’s colleges and universities Lead Scotland and Advance HE are working together to explore the range of practices happening across Scotland’s colleges and universities, that contribute to improving disabled students’ experiences and outcomes. We know from our engagement with teaching staff and practitioners that there is a […]

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Lead Scotland’s CEO to talk at International UNESCO Conference in Paris

Posted on Monday, December 12th, 2016

Our CEO, Emma Whitelock will be involved in a presentation and panel session, “Does e-learning address challenges of education systems worldwide?” at the international UNESCO conference “The challenge of the digital revolution for Non Government Organisations” being held on the 12th to 14th December in Paris. Every day more new e-learning opportunities become available across […]

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