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7 million people in the UK have literacy problems, many of whom have downloaded Browsealoud already. Inspire have subscribed to this service to increase the accessibility of our websites. Browsealoud can also mask information on the screen to help focus on a particular area.

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Welcome To Inspire

Inspire is a Scottish charity empowering the life choices of hundreds of adults, young people and children with learning disabilities and additional support needs in north east Scotland. The organisation provides a range of services in Aberdeen City, Aberdeenshire and Moray including residential care, supported accommodation, training for employment initiatives and respite.

We support people in a variety of settings, from enabling individuals and their families to plan for current and future support needs using person centred planning, to providing self directed support to help people achieve their chosen outcomes.


Next Inspiring Event

Charity Golf Challenge!

We have teamed up with Aberdeen Cyrenians to bring you a new Charity Golf Challenge for 2016!

Friday, June 24th
Inverurie Golf Club

Texas Scramble


To sign up contact Andrew Reid
T: 01224 280005
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Empowering life choices - Choose a story below to read a story about some of the people we support

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Our Services

Inspire currently offer a range of over 50 services throughout north east Scotland, including:

• Residential services
• Day services
• Support to people in their communities
• Respite care
• Holiday Activity Schemes
• Social Support Groups
• Social enterprises
• Training for employment initiatives