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Rosemount Lifelong Learning is a charity based in Royston, North Glasgow and our mission is to increase life chances through learning for children, young people and adults living in the North East and wider North Glasgow area. Our broad range of services include:
Community Learning – assisting with the education and training of disadvantaged adults aged 16+ to improve basic skills including IT, literacy and numeracy, life skills and skills for employment. We also provide ESOL, language skills and other services to support community integration.
Family Support Services – the Positive Family Futures project is a community led project focusing on a strengths based approach to developing services and activities to meet the needs of different generations of individuals within local families.
The Oral Health Project will increase opportunities for young parents and people living in the deprived communities of Royston and the surrounding communities in the North East of Glasgow to improve their health and well-being The project will provide support around the issues that are negatively affecting oral health and well-being and build the skills, knowledge and capacity of participants to improve their health and well-being and oral health.
The Family Engagement Worker and volunteers with additional language skills will support the groups.
The Family Links Project is an addictions and recovery service offering emotional, social, educational and practical parenting support to parents, young children and teenagers affected by parental substance misuse. We offer support through play, counselling sessions and listening to our young people as part of our My Voice Matters project.
Employability – Employability – Our dedicated Employability Adviser will offer support in person, online and by telephone to individuals looking to get a job or move on to better employment. We will help with CVs creation, job applications and interview techniques.
Our job club will be available virtually at the moment on Tuesday afternoons or Thursday mornings.
The Young Parents Project operates across Glasgow and is targeted to work with young people aged 15-24 (26 for young care leavers) who are pregnant or have children.
For further information on the above services, please contact Marie Docherty on 0141 553 0808 or email@example.com
Childcare – quality, affordable nursery provision for parents to allow them to take part in training, further education or employment.
Contact Lorna Carlyle on 0141 552 3090 or email firstname.lastname@example.org