About Us

Highland Children’s Forum is a registered charity [SC031945] incorporated in 2000, created by the parent carers of children with additional support needs to attempt to ensure that the voice of these children was heard in the design and provision of services in Highland. The Forum membership encompasses both individuals and many specialist groups that represent the concerns of specific conditions.

The work of the Forum is directed by a voluntary Management Committee elected by the membership. Because of its unique role it receives funding from the Education, Adult and Children's Services Committee of Highland Council. This funding allows for the employment of two part time staff. One is a Consultation Lead and the other acts as the Policy Lead to the Forum. 


Listening to Children and young people – Speaking with Policy Makers

Membership of the Highland Children's Forum is free. Bulletins are published to keep members up to date with the work of the Forum and about current issues in children's services, locally and nationally.

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policy@highlandchildrensforum.org

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The Highland Children's Forum consultation about the issue of children and young people not in full time education was carried out in response to anecdotal evidence of an increasing number of young people in Highland with additional support needs Full Story...

About Highland Children's Forum

Highland Children’s Forum is a registered charity set up in 2000, 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’s Forum is a voluntary association and a Scottish Charity and we operate under Charity Number SC031945.

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Highland Children's Forum

9 Carsegate Road North, Inverness IV3 8DU Scotland

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