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The NHS England and NHS Improvement Learning Disability and Autism Programme is inviting family carers to take part in a workshop. Attending the workshop will help you to be able to identify when the person you care for is becoming more unwell (deteriorating health) and how to tell a health professional about that. The workshop is free and only for parents with children over the age of 16.
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Posted 22.2.21Read more
Elms Bank College helps to spread some festive joy
In December 2020 a group of Year 13 and Year 14 students from Elms Bank College Hub helped to spread some festive joy to local children.
The group created, designed, put together and distributed over 800 ‘Festive Activity Bags’ to give to local primary school age children.
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Posted 1.2.21Read more
On the 17th November 2020, the Home Office launched a new campaign, 'Something's Not Right', to help secondary school children in England who suffered a range of harms, such as sexual and physical abuse, during lockdown.
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Posted 26.11.20Read more
The North West SEND Young People's Coproduction Network are running a survey on the priorities of SEND young people, if you would like further information please see the attached
Posted 15.10.20Read more