The gulf between disabled people and non disabled people who are in, or looking for employment, has worsened over the last 9 years.
The Minister for Learning, Alisdair Allan MSP congratulated Capability Scotland’s Stanmore House School in Lanark for receiving glowing praises in its latest inspection report.
Pupils from Capability Scotland's Corseford School in Renfrewshire, launched two accessible dinghies at Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park's Castle Semple Watersports Centre in Lochwinnoch on Friday, 26th April.
Our services are flexible and available in most of Scotland just get in touch to discuss your needs. You can also easily find out what services we provide in your area by looking at our interactive map.
From flexible to support for independent living to children day care, find out what we offer and how we can best cater for your needs.
We have put together a helpful guide to help you decide what place is best for you.
Whether you are a disabled person looking for or interested in work but not sure how to get started, Capability Scotland can help. We can also offer assistance if you are currently employed and concerned about the future. We also offer a service to employers interested in or currently employing someone with a disability.
I look forward to leading Capability Scotland into the future and the new opportunities and challenges we face. I hope you will find our site both informative and thought-provoking and I invite you to find out more about us and what we do.
Capability Scotland is a company limited by guarantee,
registered in Scotland, number SC36524.
It is a registered Scottish Charity, number SC011330
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