Pam Duncan-Glancy MSP has brought forward a Bill to the Scottish Parliament to give young disabled people a fighting chance at a future, as well as the Disabled Children and Young People’s Transition to Adulthood Bill.

The Bill was introduced by Pam Duncan-Glancy because she believes that disabled children and young people require extra support to help them transition to adulthood, hence helping them have the same opportunities as other children and young people.

Follow the progress of the Bill on the Scottish Parliament website:…/disabled-children-and…

There will be a session which will give you the opportunity to share your thoughts on the
Bill and help pave the way for disabled young people to have a right to support during their
transition to adulthood. The session will include group discussions with key
stakeholders, including organisations that support disabled people, disabled young people,
and their families.
The venue will be accessible and if you have any access requirements, please let them know
so that we can make arrangements for you. Refreshments will be available. If you’d like to
attend, or would like any further information about the session, please contact Pam at

The session will take place at Paisley Campus, University of the West of Scotland,
Coats Building (P-Block), High St, Paisley, PA1 2BE. It will take place on Friday 26th August from 2.30-4.30pm.