Together for Disabled Children, in partnership with the Council
for Disabled Children, and the Department for Education, are
running a Short Breaks Regulations and Guidance Workshop.
Mumsnet are showing their support for the Every Disabled Child
Matters campaign to highlight the importance of investment in short
The Parent Participation Project (PPP) ran two participation
focused e-seminars, one last year on 'Ensuring Sustainability for
Disability', and one in January on 'Proactive Participation:
The Parent Forum Voice'.
Whizz-Kidz are calling on the government to Fast Forward reform
of NHS wheelchair provision for disabled children and young people
to help ensure that all disabled children in the UK can access the
right mobility equipment and ongoing support t...
On 25th February 2011 CDC was informed that it had been selected
as the new national strategic partner for SEN and Disability. CDC
is of course delighted, and see this as a marking a new opportunity
for partnership working.
The Children's Trust, Tadworth is hosting a study day on
Wednesday 22nd June to share ideas and knowledge about the way
professionals can work together to co-ordinate services for
children and young people who are technology-dependent, aiming t...
Council for Disabled Children (CDC) welcomes the opportunity to
secure better coordination of services for disabled children
CDC today welcomes the government's continuing commitment to the
lives of disabled children and children with special ...
(The consultation is now closed)
NCB is running two training courses for working with disabled
children. One looks at child protection and the other at planning
Action for Children is seeking to explore how it can support the
move towards personalisation, particularly in relation to its
services for disabled children, young people and their
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