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Tracey Campbell ACT Welcomes You

Helping people with disabilities, including complex communication needs, achieve their full potential

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Advocating for enriched and connected lives for disabled people.

Implementing and enhancing communication systems.

Developing advocacy skills.

Offering understanding and supports for regulation and distressed behaviour.

Teaching literacy skills.

Searching for solutions to whatever problems you have!

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A word about language

I am very aware that disability positive language is a minefield. So, I wanted to explain why I use certain terminology.

·      I use identity first as the vast majority of disabled and neurodivergent people I know prefer it. 

·      There are certain terms that I would prefer to never use. One of these is challenging behaviour. However, regulation and dysregulated are not well-known terms. By using common terminology, I believe, you can help people understand why certain terms are inaccurate.

·      Please do let me know if you ever see any language that is offensive. I won't promise to change it, but I promise to look at it and be guided by the disabled and neurodivergent people in my life.   

My Clients Say

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"Today has been a lovely day. I love talking to Tracey. It is good and great. She makes me feel better, calm and relaxed. She is caring. She is clever and teaches me big cool words. I like her thinking. She adds helpful words to my device. She is a superstar."

Sofia Taylor, 1:1 Client 

Contact Me

Deanwood Avenue, Netherlee, Glasgow. G44 3RQ.
East Renfrewshire, Scotland.


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