“I Can is a challenge for us all to use our imagination, expertise, influence and passion to ensure that children and young people with profound learning and multiple disabilities and their siblings have the same access to a safe, healthy and happy childhood as other children do. Let’s listen to them with all our senses and support their dreams.” Jenny Miller, PAMIS CEO
PAMIS are thrilled that the Scottish Government recently announced in their Programme for Government for 2021/2022, … Continue reading “Changing Places Toilets Scotland – April Update”
Watch this 5 minute interview with 2 speech and language therapists discussing The Hidden Spring by Mark Solms in advance of our event on 21 April.
PAMIS, as part of their 30th anniversary, is hosting a webinar on 21st April 2022. PAMIS will be part of an online conversation with Professor Mark Solms, and Dr Nicola Grove exploring questions and implications of the theories discussed in Mark’s latest book The Hidden Spring: A Journey to the Source of Consciousness.
The UKRI ‘Coronavirus and people with learning disabilities’ study was a year long project involving researchers and organisations across the UK to find out and report on how coronavirus affected, and is still affecting the lives of people with a learning disability, as well as their parents and carers.
We are very pleased to share the work of the talented families.
We are delighted to announce that PAMIS supporter Evie, from South Lanarkshire, has set up an … Continue reading “Etsy Shop Set Up In Memory of Late Gran”
Look out your tartan and join us this September at Scotland’s Kiltwalk in Glasgow. This is … Continue reading “Find out how to take part in the Kiltwalk!”
PAMIS and the Arts End of Somewhere Announces the Release of The Kippford Mermaid. Dumfries-based multi-sensory … Continue reading “The Launch of the Kippford Mermaid”