Here at Equal Futures we are aiming to reduce social isolation and loneliness for people who have a learning disability or autism. To do this we rely on the kindness of people who have a few hours in their week that they can share with someone.
The family of a young Edinburgh woman who has seen her life transformed thanks to help from The William Quarrier Scottish Epilepsy Centre wants to highlight the importance of accessing specialised care.
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Alistair started developing his circle at the end of 2014 from a group of friends who care for him and me.
Fiona Dawson started building her circle in 2014 and had regular meetings at her mum’s house. These meetings gave her the opportunity to discuss her future with a group of friends and with her mum.
One of our members, Fiona Dawson is interviewed by SCLD.