Guide to Guardianship Guardianship and intervention orders provide legal authority for someone to make decisions and act on behalf of a person with impaired capacity, in order to safeguard and promote their interests. The powers granted under an order may relate to the person’s money, property, personal welfare and health.
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The Education Law Unit is Scotland’s expert legal resource in the field of school education, with a particular focus on tackling discrimination, promoting human rights and the rights of disabled pupils and pupils with additional support needs.
The Education Law Unit works in partnership with schools, education authorities, parents’ groups and charities across Scotland to make pupils’ rights and parents’ rights in education a reality.
Govan Law Centre (GLC) is an independent, charitable community controlled law centre operating in Scotland.
Educational Equality is a community interest company which supports families of those with special educational needs.
They act as advocates in situations involving provision of educational needs as well as mediation for those experiencing difficulties with social services.
They also offer straightforward honest advice regarding the educational system, from professionals and parents who have had extensive experience, including legal direction for those going through SEND tribunal, assistance with annual reviews or any related meetings.
They campaign for the rights of those in disability discrimination cases and can provide tailor-made training.