Who we work with

Primarily we work with children and young people aged between birth and 25 years who have additional support needs. We also work with the parents of such children and also with the professionals and service providers who work with them. 

We also work in partnership with statutory services in The Highland Council and NHS Highland and have a place as a Highland Third Sector Representative on the Education Committee and the Health and Social Care Committee. The Forum also has a seat on the Joint Monitoring Committee, Mental Health and Carers improvement groups. 

Within our membership we have the representatives of many local, condition specific representative groups and the Highland officers of national children's charities. When undertaking projects we work with a range of partners who have direct access to young people who have additional support needs of all kinds.

Highland Children and Young People's Forum works with other third sector organisations as part of the Highland Third Sector Interface. 

Latest News
Monday, October 25th 2021

Exciting New Job in HCYPF

Highland Children and Young People’s Forum (soon to be known as Inspiring Young Voices) is looking for a   Children’s Participation Project Lead  This is a part-time temporary post, approximating to 10 hours per week Full Story...

About Highland Children and Young People's Forum

Highland Children and Young People's Forum is a registered charity, created by the parent carers of children with additional support needs. The Forum aims to ensure that the voices of children and young people with additional support needs are heard in the design and provision of services in Highland.

Highland Children and Young People's Forum is a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation, charity number: SCO49417.

Contact Us

Highland Children and Young People's Forum

9 Carsegate Road North, Inverness IV3 8DU Scotland


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