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Elsie Normington Foundation plans
to build a specialist play centre, respite wing, community coffee shop and some supported housing for children and young adults with learning disabilities in Inverness.
We need your help to raise £4 million for this project.

Young people need relevant facilities and services while parents need to be supported appropriately in their caring role. There are 1679 children with additional needs in school and 722 children who are registered disabled in Highland.

Who We Are
Elsie Normington Foundation was created after Elsie Normington launched her inspirational book ‘The Silent Doorbell’ which recounts the story of bringing up her son Andrew who has a learning disability…
The Project
Children and Young people with learning disabilities need a place to ‘call their own’.  Although many with learning disabilities can be meaningfully integrated in mainstream environments…
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We need your support to help those in need. Follow the link for the many ways you can help us today.