Ask Someone Now (ASN) is a drop in information event for families who have children or young people with additional support needs or disability.
Taking place at the Victoria Hall in Ellon on Wednesday, May 17, around 30 organisations will be on hand to answer questions and provide information.
The event is free and will run from 12 noon to 3.30pm.
It is expected to be busy so don’t miss it.
Rainbow Rogues is hosting the event as part of Aberdeenshire’s Health and Wellbeing Festival.
Rainbow Rogues, based at Esslemont School in Ellon is a support group for families who have children under the age of five who have additional support needs or disability.
Sally Sheehan from Rainbow Rogues said: “we know the difference good information can make to the lives of families - whether it’s about benefits, leisure or just having someone to talk to who understands.
“Ask Someone Now is bringing lots of local and national organisations together under one roof, it will be a really good chance for families to find out what’s out there.”