Join Inclusion Scotland
– Disabled People’s Organisations – These are organisations of disabled people, their constitution should include having greater than 50 percent of the membership of the board made up of disabled people – these are “Full members” and get to vote in our AGM and nominate members to our Board.
– Individual Disabled Person: if you consider yourself a disabled person or experience any kind of disabling barriers.This category of our membership is open to people with physical or sensory impairments, people who have a mental health condition, people with learning difficulties, people with a cognitive impairment, people with an autism spectrum disorder, people from the Deaf community, people with long-term health conditions, and people with addictions.
– “Affiliate” organisations : this includes disability organisations which do not meet the definition of Disabled People ‘s Organisations but work primarily with disabled people and care providers
– “Associate members” : individual carers and other non-disabled people who have an interest in our work, and organisations who are not specifically focused on disability.
Becoming a member of inclusion Scotland demonstrates your support for the aims of our organisation, and will ensure that your kept informed about our activities and receive our regular email bulletins. Our email bulletin contains the latest news relating to disability and human rights, notification of events which may be of interest and opportunities for jobs and internships.
To sign up as a member please click on the links below.