Our Resources

Let’s Talk About Sex

Alongside our Let’s Talk About Sex sessions we have filmed Q&A’s, as well as previous newsletter questions from our Healthy Relationship conversations:

2 Years of Let’s Talk About Sex


get2gether were honoured to have participated in The Fraser of Allander Institute Podcast, talking about Learning disabilities, the third sector and relationships.

Research Paper

get2gether members Andrew Hiddleston, Aaron Hume and Stephan Tait co-authored a paper about social isolation and digital connection with Natasha Spassiani (Lecturer and Researcher at Edinburgh Napier University and get2gether board member) entitled: ‘Now that I am connected this isn’t social isolation, this is engaging with people’: Staying connected during the COVID‐19 pandemic. Check it out below!


Each year, we host an Annual General Meeting including our board, trustees, funders, partnerships and membership. This is a wonderful opportunity to reflect on the achievements of the year and to thank everyone who has helped make it a successful year for our organisation. Our AGMs are also a chance for our membership to shine with creative performances, such as DJ and dance sets.

Below we have included the highlights from the 2020 and 2021 AGMs.

get2gether’s AGM Highlights of 2020
get2gether’s AGM Highlights of 2021


In 2021 we had the privilege of presenting at both Love Abilities festival on the ‘Dating with a Disability’ panel, and Sex, Drugs & Scotland’s Health. Check out below our Let’s Talk About Sex presentation and workshop, in collaboration with Crew2000.

Risk enablement and safeguarding policy

At get2gether we are driven by the belief that adults should be treated as adults and that everyone has the right to live the life they want. We work in a way that acknowledges the inevitability of risk and supports and encourages our members to take life-enhancing risks and learn through experience. We recognise our role as providing opportunities in a supportive culture through which our members can gain the skills they need to manage risks for themselves.  

While we use a risk enablement strategy, we also acknowledge that having a disability or
learning disability is linked to increased risk of harm and abuse. Our safeguarding guidance has been written with reference to section 4 of Tell Someone (2009), the national Adult Support and Protection implementation booklet.

For more information, please see our current policy bellow.

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