Condition Specific Support

ADDiSS – ADHD Information Services

020 8952 2800

We provide people-friendly information and resources about Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder to anyone who needs assistance.

The Scottish ADHD Coalition

The Scottish ADHD Coalition brings together the voluntary organisations and resources providing support to adults and children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in Scotland, and their parents, carers and families.

Autism Understanding Scotland

Informative and positive website about reframing the narrative around autism.


Autism Diagnostic Assessment Pathway Team – (ADAPT)

01343 559875
ADAPT is multi-disciplinary NHS team who are responsible for diagnosing children with ASD/Autism in Moray.

Scottish Autism

provider of autism-specific services in Scotland and a leading authority and advocate for good autism practice.

  • Autism Advice Line – 01259 222 022
  • Affinity: The Affinity Service, aims to support autistic people and their families during Covid-19 and beyond. The service provides free, personalised support online to address specific challenges, worries or concerns. (
  • Right Click is for parents or carers of individuals on the autism spectrum who are in particular need of information and support. Our experience tells us that this is often when a child is newly or recently diagnosed or when they are coming up to a major personal or environmental transition and so we have developed our programs accordingly. (

National Autistic Society

The Moray Branch is for anyone connected to autism in Moray and the surrounding area. We provide information and support by telephone and email, the branch also run online autistic adult social groups.

One Stop Shop Aberdeen

For information, however no local support.

Scottish Women’s Autism Network – SWAN

SWAN is a network of women each with a unique perspective, shaped by individual experiences and circumstances; we represent a range of views on all sorts of issues from diagnosis to gender, from ASC as a difference rather than a disorder, to life in general. They provide peer support, networking, sharing experiences and knowledge, having open discussions and having the opportunity to meet like-minded women.

The Girl with the Curly Hair- The Curly Hair Project

The Curly hair Project (CHP) is an award-winning social enterprise founded by autistic author and entrepreneur Alis Rowe. CHP resources are used by individuals, families and professionals worldwide. This is a helpful resource as lots of people are quite unaware of how autism presents in women.

Asperger’s Syndrome Foundation

The Asperger’s Syndrome Foundation is committed to promoting awareness and understanding of Asperger’s Syndrome.

Autism Initiatives

From supported living to schools, from a short break service to one stop shops, from work placements to training, clubs and activities, Autism Initiatives has resources and expertise that support autistic people to achieve their personal goals. Specifically employment support through Job Centre Plus.

Dyscalculia Centre

The Dyscalculia Centre also operates a free advice service which is used by parents, teachers and professionals.

Dyslexia Scotland

0344 800 84 84

Empowering people with dyslexia to reach their full potential

The DCD Project

Watch video clip here

Informative clip about understanding dyspraxia/DCD.


Information on dyspraxia/Developmental Coordination Disorder in children.

Dyspraxia Foundation

Information, advice and support.

Child Mind Institute

Article about auditory processing

APD Support for UK Parents - Facebook group

Parental support for Auditory Processing Disorder (APD)

FASD Hub Scotland

The FASD Hub provides a range of resources available in the form of factsheets.

National Organisation for FASD

The National Organisation for FASD (formerly NOFAS-UK) is dedicated to supporting people affected by Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD), their families and communities.

FASD Advisory and Support Team, NHS Ayrshire and Arran

Information leaflet for parents and carers: Making sense of Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder

Me & My FASD

For children and young people with FASD

FASD Network UK

FASD Network provides support, research, information and training.
They have also produces this useful booklet for young adults with FASD: “So you have been diagnosed with FASD, What now?”

Suggestions and Additions

Neurodiversity is a concept that can be used for a very big spectrum of non-neurotypical brain wirings.  These pathways have been created by neurodivergent people with challenges that might not cover the entirety of the neurodivergent spectrum, however the creators of these pathways by no means want to exclude anyone who feels they should be represented within these pathways.

If you have benefited of any useful resources around a specific neurodivergent condition that you would like to be shared within the pathways, please contact: