Glasgow Health and Social Care Partnership is responsible for the provision of most social care and Social Work Services in Glasgow.
The Advocacy Project provides advocacy services to a range of people with special support needs in Glagsgow.
ENABLE Scotland is Scotland's national charity for people with learning disability and their carers. ENABLE Glasgow is part of the ENABLE Scotland network.
The Learning Disability Alliance Scotland campaigns on a range of issues concerning people with learning disability and aims to influence decision-makers at all levels.
The Care Inspectorate is Scotland's national regulatory agency, and it registers and inspects care and support services.
The Scottish Commission for Learning Disability (SCLD) is a consortium of partner organisations which works to encourage best practice in the support of people with learning disabilities through training, information, research and public education.
Your Support Your Way is Glasgow's guide to care services in the city, and it also helps people decide how to use their personal budget.
PAMIS (Promoting a More Inclusive Society) works with people with profound and multiple learning disabilities and their families in Scotland for a better life.
The Keys to Life is Scotland’s 10-year learning disability strategy. Launched in 2013, it is a joint commitment between the Socttish Government and COSLA. The keys to life strategy recognises that people who have a learning disability have the same aspirations and expectations as everyone else and is guided by a vision shaped by the Scottish Government’s ambition for all citizens.