Tigh a’Chomainn is an urban community supporting individuals to develop their independence within a community setting. We aim to assist adults with special needs to explore their personal potential so that they may find purpose, direction and a sense of fulfilment in their lives. The community provides a stable home setting, enabling people to build […]
Corbenic is a community of 110 people, 38 residents, 6 households within around 100 acres of agricultural and forestry land. The community is based on the principle of living and working together with those who have special needs. Those with special needs play a critical, participative, central role in the life of Corbenic. Respect and […]
Loch Arthur is a working Community in South West Scotland which includes men and women with learning disabilities. There are nine houses in which altogether more than 70 people live, including about twenty-eight people in supported tenancies. There is a farm, a large garden, a creamery, a bakery, a wood workshop, a weaving workshop and a thriving farm shop.
Camphill Blair Drummond is a growing community of over 200 people. Working to realise the potential of every member, whether as one of our 95 residents and day students with a particular support need, 37 volunteers from many parts of the world or the 90 local employees. Each one contributes in their own way to […]
Throughout the year, Camphill School Aberdeen, a community of around 350 people, provides a full range of services for children and young people aged one to twenty five with additional support needs: residential school placements, day school placements, therapeutic programmes, young adult programmes for 16 to 25 year olds (both day and residential), craft and […]
Beannachar provides training for young adults on a residential and day basis. We are a community of around 60 people, of whom 36 have particular support needs. Our aim is to create a therapeutic integrated environment, within which young people can find the support and guidance they need to develop their full potential in maturing […]
Ochil Tower School traditionally supports young people aged 8 to 18 in a supportive community environment in the heart of Auchterarder. The children often have complex and additional support needs and are referred to us where it has not possible to meet the childrens’ needs in more mainstream settings. We are delighted that in September […]