The units in Norton Park vary in size from 200 sq. ft. to 2100sq ft. Several have private self-contained meeting space; most are open plan. There is a high demand for affordable, serviced and accessible accommodation in Edinburgh and we receive many requests. If there is no actual unit available at the time of your request/enquiry we can offer to put your organisation on our waiting list. We would then contact you when suitable space became available (this can happen fairly quickly and at short notice) and invite you to make an application.
To be added to the waiting list please send copies of your literature, contact details and specifications as to office size/desk spaces required. If your organisation fits the Norton Park allocations criteria we will confirm your place on the waiting list and keep you updated with the availability of suitable space.
Provide a range of services for children and adults with a learning disability: welfare rights advice, supported employment, housing with support, services for children, adults, care at home and a volunteer unit.
Enables other voluntary organisations to focus on their core activities by providing accommodation and services at low cost while maintaining very high quality.
Provide information, support and training to anyone affected by childhood acquired brain injury. This includes the child or young person themselves, their family and the professionals who support them.
CCP Scotland Are the national voice of voluntary sector care providers. CCPS is the association of voluntary sector organisations providing care and support services in Scottish communities.
For nearly 50 years, Cyrenians has served those on the edge, working with the homeless and vulnerable to transform their lives by beginning with their story, helping them believe that they can change their lives, and walking with them as they lead their own transformation.
Our Vision is an inclusive society in which we all have the opportunities to live valued and fulfilled lives. We work to make that vision a reality by our Mission to support people excluded from family, home, work or community on their life journey.
Dedicated to giving friendly and practical help to physically disable people. To achieve this ECAS does everything from running classes through to providing individual grants for holidays and equipment and supporting initiatives to bring greater freedom to physically disabled people.
Support local tenant groups in their work by providing information, advice and training to help them be more effective. Help tenants and resident associations to set up new local groups.
To provide support for children and young people who have caring responsibilities at home.
Aims to empower people who have disabilities to engage in the social, leisure and educational activities of their choice. 22 clubs across Scotland, 3 youth clubs in Edinburgh.
Grapevine provides information, mostly by telephone, on matters such as benefits, housing, transport and equipment for disabled people in the Edinburgh area.
Employment assistance to people with disabilities - one to one support, getting disabled people into employment, creating their own jobs and giving network support to employers seeking help in this area. Provide a database of employers, help organisations to market to employers for disability employment and have an interactive web site.
Assist disabled people to live independently in the community by means of independent living, payroll, and training and peer counselling services.
Men In Childcare attract and increase the number of men in the childcare profession.
MILAN (SWO) Ltd is a day care provision for older Asian people from Indian Pakistani, Bangladeshi and Mauritian communities.
Provide one-to-one support for families affected by learning difficulties, offer help and advice for individuals and organisations who work with people with learning difficulties and strive to increase knowledge and understanding among policyholders.
PASDA are a group of parents and carers from Edinburgh and the Lothians whose relative either has a diagnosis of, or is suspected to have an autistic spectrum condition.
A mental health charity that provides support services for vulnerable people across Scotland.
Self Directed Support Scotland (SDSS) is a national membership organisation.
We actively promote Independent Living by supporting, working with and championing the aims of Self-directed Support disabled people's organisations.
We develop resources, materials and training for our member organisations and deliver presentations to promote self-directed support (SDS) and the principles it stands for.
We also work with local authorities, voluntary sector organisations, NHS health boards, universities and colleges to raise awareness of SDS and guide organisations through the changes.
Provides support, information, counselling and safe temporary accommodation for ethnic minority women who are suffering from domestic violence or any form of abuse.
Assist multi disabled visually impaired children and adults to help them fulfil their maximum physical, intellectual, emotional and social potential and providing residential and day-care assistance.