About us

Inclusion Glasgow was established in 1996 by Simon Duffy to provide supported living to people who had been in long term institutional care especially those from Lennox Castle Hospital.

We have always intended to stay small as we feel that this is the best way to ensure that we maintain a person centered approach and values that stay real for all.

To make sure that this didn’t get in the way of people having access to high quality person-centred support Inclusion Glasgow incubated two new organisations, C-Change Scotland and Partners for Inclusion. They both became independent organisations in April 2004 and have continued to grow from strength to strength.

We also support the development of an organisation called LEAF (Life,Employment and Friends) to promote employment opportunities and community networking; and were instrumental in supporting the initial growth of Neighborhood Networks and In Control Scotland

Inclusion Ears

Inclusion Ears are a small group of people we work for who are helping us to think about quality. They took part in some training to help them think about assessing quality and what a good support service looks like. The team met with some of the other people we work for to ask them …

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Peoples Stories

I am proud of my achievements, I have been learning to cook and bake with support from my staff every day, my confidence has grown with using my cooker and baking equipment. I have also been inviting friends for lunch and dinner parties every week, I can now help with the cooking and baking and …

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