Successful Information Evening At One Stop Shop
Our Fife One Stop Shop, located in Kirkcaldy, played host to an information evening for professionals on St Andrew's Day.
Professionals from health, social care, government agencies, third sector and parliamentary offices visited the facility to find out more about the different services offered to individuals and families across Fife.
This included the recently launched Flourish project, part of the Our Minds Matter project which is being run by Fife Council, and which is about providing support to parents and carers of neurodivergent young people.
Commenting after the event, Practice & Community Development Lead, Joanna Panese said:
"This was an excellent event which enabled us to showcase the range of projects being undertaken in Fife by Scottish Autism, and to strengthen existing relationships and develop new ones with a range of partner organisations.
"Our small and dedicated team at the One Stop Shop provide a wealth of information and support to families and individuals across Fife, and it is great to be able to help others learn more about what they do.
"We look forward to continuing to build positive connections with organisations across Fife, and working together to help enable autistic people to live happy, healthy and fulfilling lives."