Children in the north and north-east with communication support needs are being invited aboard an innovative scheme this Easter.
Sense Scotland will be travelling around the country in its sensory bus which is designed to be accessible to youngsters who need assistance with reading, writing, talking and listening.
Andy Kerr, the organisation’s chief executive, promised a fun time for the children who visit.
He added: “Holidays can be a difficult time for families with children who have communication support needs, so we wanted to share our range of accessible play and learning resources across the country.”
The Sensory Bus will be in Fort William on Friday, April 10, and Saturday, April 11, before stopping in Aberdeen on Monday, April 13.