The organisation works in partnership with Inverclyde HSCP to provide services and support for adults and young people with learning and physical disabilities.
Inverclyde Community Learning & Development (CLD)
Inverclyde Council Community Learning and Development (CLD) Adult Literacies Team offer free learning opportunities across the Inverclyde area to support those who wish to develop their skills in a number of areas. Please click HERE for more information.
Riverside Inverclyde support the work of Parklea Branching Out to deliver contract work within Port Glasgow Town Centre to maintain its flower beds and supply and maintain the town centres hanging baskets. Click HERE for more information on Riverside Inverclyde.
Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations (SCVO)
Parklea is a member of SCVO, the membership organisation for Scotland’s charities, voluntary organisations and social enterprises. Through our membership with SCVO, we deliver and employability programme, through the Community Jobs Scotlandprogramme. Through this we have given work placements to over 30 individuals between the ages of 17 – 25. Click HERE for more information on SCVO.
Software Training Scotland
Software Training Scotland is a SQA approved learning centre. Since 2011 they have been providing opportunities in digital learning to individuals, groups and organisations. Their accredited courses are available to all learners at their dedicated centre in Inverclyde and at locations across Scotland. Click HERE for more information.
Your Voice – Inverclyde Community Care Forum (ICCF)
Your Voice – Inverclyde Community Care Forum (ICCF) is a not-for-profit organisation set up in 1992. At that time their aim was to bring together all local voluntary and community groups to build a collective voice in relation to community care and enable the voice of service users and carers to be heard in the planning and provision of community care services in Inverclyde. Click HERE for more information.
Enable is a Scottish charity, working for an equal society for every person who has a learning disability.
Founded in 1954 by five sets of parents of children who had a learning disability. They believed that their children had the same rights as everyone else. Click HERE for more information