ASL - On a mission

13th November 2009 at 00:00

Members of a Chinese voluntary organisation are on a fact-finding mission to Scotland to learn more about the care of children with additional support needs.

The Amity Foundation guests will visit various locations during their two- week visit to Scotland, including Camphill School in Aberdeen to learn more about the care of children on the autistic spectrum, a language and speech therapist in Stirling and a primary school for pupils with learning difficulties in Glasgow.

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