Get your festivities underway - join Kindred for an autism and family friendly festive celebration of Carols on the 7th December in Edinburgh.
Everyone's welcome! Read more
Have a read of our latest newsletter to catch up with what's been happening with Kindred families. Read more
Learn how West Linton hosted a fundraiser for Kindred, with a whole team of dedicated folk cycling over 800 miles in one day without even leaving the High Street. Read more
Kindred families enjoyed a day out in the sun at the Royal Botanic Garden in Edinburgh. Volunteers from Baillie Gifford & Co offered their help to make the day extra special for all the parents and children that made it along. Read more
Kindred exists to support parents of children with complex needs
Kindred, along with NHS Lothian and Tizard, University of Kent , has recently started to offer Early Positive Approaches to Support (E-PAtS) groups to families, developed for parent/carers of a child aged 0 to 5 years with learning disability, global developmental delay or autism.
This is the story of a Kindred fundraising parent, Toni McGovaney Stewart, who tells us why she supports Kindred through fundraising
Translating technical terms around your child's health, education, benefits and rights into simple language
On the 1st March Mhari took up a challenge for Kindred to raise awareness and funds for the work we do. Read more
The story of a parent, Juliette, and her take on why parents like her need Kindred Read more
Veronica Warrington, Kindred’s Hospital Team Manager, describes supporting a family during the pandemic lockdown Read more
We'd like to thank all the people, and the wee dog, that did the Edinburgh Kiltwalk on 18th September to raise funds for Kindred. Read more