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Advocating Together (Dundee) SCIO

Independent advocacy, building resilience, capacity building, Dundee Safe place initiative, influencing services and legislation, supported employment and volunteering opportunities, professional, collective and self advocacy communication which involves easy read material, training packages, social media, 'talking mats' and bespoke communication services.


Boomerang provides a range of activities for all members of the community ranging from parent and toddler through fitness and wellbeing, youth activities to lunch clubs and services to the elderly. Boomerang also provides high quality training and work experience for volunteers, helping them towards a better and more stable future.


We provide services which include : REALISE: Short Workshops for small groups or individuals RECOGNISE: Workshops for professionals RESPOND: Individualised Behaviour Interventions

Deaf Links

The Tayside Deaf Hub is a social enterprise originally opened up to support the Deaf community in Tayside, providing a unique environment, with a fully functional bar, function room, café, and outside catering. It has been open for just over 4 years, I currently train and support people in the kitchen and out front in the café, it’s a great way for people to gain new skills, gain confidence, and increase job prospects. The Café can currently accommodate up to 60 people, we provide full menu, hot drinks, freshly made cakes and daily specials. We are currently looking for groups and individuals in the local community to come use our services. We hope to organise coffee mornings, lunch club, community diners, etc.


Providing sector specific training and upskilling to clients of all ages to help them into or sustain employment.

Dundee & Angus ADHD Support Group

The Dundee and Angus ADHD Support Group provides weekly youth groups for children with ADHD aged between 5 – 18 years of age, monthly parent support groups, ‘One stop shop’ where parents/cares can come along for a chat from 10.00 – 14.00 Monday to Friday, professional workshops on ADHD, Yearly conference and play schemes for the children at school holidays. We also have bingo nights and other activities on throughout the year. We have recently opened an ADHD Charity Shop in Albert Street, Dundee and our hall is available to hire out in our ADHD Centre.

Dundee Blind & Partially Sighted Society

We provide advocacy and advice to people with visual impairments. We also provide a full social timetable to help tackle the social isolation and loneliness that some with a visual impairment can experience. Carry out Low Visual Assessments and Visual Awareness Training. Rooms available to rent by the hour and catering can be provided