We will be holding Profound Impact Day on the 17th of May 2018! This is our … Continue reading “Raise awareness about PMLD on Profound Impact Day 2018”
Heather has volunteered at PAMIS for a couple of years, along with her sister Katie. Lesley asked her some questions about her experience.
My name is Elizabeth Robertson and I currently attend Dundee and Angus College, studying a course … Continue reading ““My Placement at PAMIS” by Elizabeth Robertson”
Euan’s Guide, who feature disabled access reviews from disabled people and their friends and families, have added … Continue reading “Euan’s Guide add Dundee and Angus to their Accessible Highlights Series”
Dare to Dream – The story of the dreams and aspirations for lifelong learning for everyone with profound and multiple learning disabilities Dundee Women’s Festival
PAMIS’ Maureen Phillip has organised a fantastic event for the Dundee Women’s Festival – Dare to … Continue reading “Dare to Dream – The story of the dreams and aspirations for lifelong learning for everyone with profound and multiple learning disabilities Dundee Women’s Festival”
Michelle Morrison, Director of PAMIS in South Lanarkshire, had big shoes to fill in hosting the … Continue reading “Delivering the First Scottish Postural Care Trainer Standardisation Day”
Find out what great activities are happening in Fife in March and April. Booking for any … Continue reading “Fife Spring Activities Programme”
PAMIS would like to celebrate a remarkable woman this International Women’s Day, our founder Loretto Lambe. … Continue reading “Celebrating Lorretto Lambe on International Women’s Day”
We have been working hard to get this new facility ready to welcome families in 2018! … Continue reading “PAMIS Breaks – Haggerston Castle”
Glenrothes Festival in Rothes Hall, Fife on the 18th of May with ‘The Teeger that Cam for his Tea’ which brings to life a new Scots version of Judith Kerr’s beloved children’s book The Tiger Who Came to Tea in an interactive storytelling session, including songs, games and sensory play, specially created for people with profound and multiple learning disabilities, and their carers.