ChildrenWe welcome hearing from you about using our service, joint working or joining us as a volunteer.

We welcome young people, parents, workers, students or anyone who is interested in human rights and disability.  We have worked alongside families to set up their own support project, trained workers to provide inclusive and personalised support and helped organisations to develop their practice in relation to more person centred ways of working.
We worked with 'In Control Scotland' and 'Changing Support; Changing Lives' funded by Scottish Government to promote Self Directed Support to enable positive choices, person centred support and inclusion. We have worked with 'Diversity Matters' in communities and with workers through 'Everyone Together' and using a version of Forum Theatre.

We are currently working with Children in Scotland on training for schools on SDS and getting to know the needs of all children in the classroom.

We are a not for profit social enterprise and have learned from work being undertaken in Scotland and internationally on how to include disabled children, how to tackle discrimination and how to bring about positive change.

Our mission is to actively promote the inclusion of children with disabilities for the benefit of the children, their families and their communities. Children and young people should be able to participate in shaping their support, have their views taken into account, and get support if there is a conflict between their views and those of their parents or between the family and professionals.

If you would like to know more about our work or how we can help you please get in touch. Email us at info@keystoinclusion.co.uk for a quick and friendly response to any enquiry.


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Working with families

Shirley worked solidly for 18 months as part of a small team to set up our parent led project and helped it to grow from an idea into a functioning organisation which was successful in obtaining funding, developing policies, and training and supporting a staff team to provide person centred support to children and young people. She brought enthusiasm, commitment and a belief in the importance of families leading and 'co-producing' inclusive support for children and young people in their communities.