I had a great evening attending Sense Scotland Fife Halloween Party the Moray Institute in Kelty. All the staff, service users and many kids dressed for the occasion and the Kelty group won the pumpkin competition which I judged but did not know the local connection!
Sense Scotland has been working for over 25 years with children and adults who have communication support needs because of deafblindness, sensory impairment, learning and physical disabilities and does a power of work throughout Fife.
There is now a new Sense Scotland shop in Dunfermline offering a fantastic range of stock at competitive prices. As well as picking up a bargain you can find out about and access Sense Scotland’s services through their Family Advisory networks. Please go along to see what you can find in the shop, drop by to donate some goods, or if you have some spare time why not volunteer with the shop. You’ll be making a huge difference to the children, young people and adults with complex communication support needs Sense Scotland works with.
Sense Scotland’s new shop in Dunfermline is at 19/25 Bridge Street, Dunfermline KY12 8AQ and there is also a Sense Scotland shop in Kirkcaldy or you can go to the web site http://www.sensescotland.org.uk for more information on how to get involved and how to support Sense Scotland in the great work they do.