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Autism Innovation & Development Fund Progress Report 2016/17 - Inspiring Scotland

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Autism Innovation & Development Fund Progress Report 2016/17

Supporting people with autism and their families to lead more meaningful and satisfying lives.

At Inspiring Scotland, our vision is to create a Scotland without poverty or disadvantage. It is not going to be easy to achieve, but we know from experience when people, communities, charities and government all work together, remarkable things can be accomplished.

Since our involvement in the Autism Innovation and Development Fund began in April 2016, Scottish Government, charities and Inspiring Scotland have come together to work towards a common purpose of improving the lives of autistic people.

15.12.2020

Leaf printing

  Part of Thrive Outdoors downloadable series of resources developed to support outdoor play. Leaf printing¬† Looking for something fun and outdoors to do with the kids this weekend? A chance to get crafty with materials you have gathered outdoors! Collecting leaves of different shapes and colours is also a great opportunity to learn about

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19.04.2017

Link Up Phase 1 Independent Evaluation

This evaluation of Link Up by ODS Consulting has found that Inspiring Scotland has successfully delivered its asset-building approach in ten communities in Scotland. There is clear evidence that this has had significant positive personal impacts for those residents who have been actively involved in these communities.

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09.11.2021

Creative Communities Case Study: Lyth Arts Centre

We are sharing a number of case studies from our charity partners who are part of the Creative Communities programme. Lyth Arts Centre(LAC) Creative Communities funded project supports local artists-in-residence matched with Caithness communities to co-design programmes of work exploring local themes and issues. This particular project commenced in March 2021.  LAC sponsored five artists for

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