In light of the news released on 18 March 2020, an All Our Children Facebook page has been opened so that everyone can add information for professionals and parents alike to assist Argyll & Bute through this testing time.
Please feel free to share information on the page and have discussions that are supportive for all our children - these can be announcements, advice, support network and respectful comments.
Please invite colleagues, friends or clients to the page so we can all keep in touch and support each other - https://www.facebook.com/argyllaceshub/
Telephone Support Service for Parents and Carers
Coronavirus has brought about lots of change over a short period. Changes can be especially difficult for children and young people with support needs. We are here to offer support and advice.
Availability: Mondays 9.30am until 12.00 noon Wednesdays 4.30pm until 7.00pm Fridays 9.30am until 12.00 noon
Call 01546 605524
Please select Education and then Parent and Carer Support Line
Educational Psychologists promote child development and learning, mainly with children and young people from birth to 19 years, through the application of psychology.
The service also works with schools and other agencies to support young people moving on from school to further education, training or employment.
Educational Psychologists are based across Argyll and Bute to best meet the needs of children and young people, families, schools and communities.
The Association of Scottish Principal Educational Psychologists (ASPEP) and the British Psychological Society Scottish Division of Educational Psychologists (BPS SDEP) developed a leaflet describing the role of Educational Psychologists in Scotland which can be found through the following link: