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“We believe all people have the right to choose where they live and who provides their support”. Scioto Properties is proud to have a long-standing relationship Brandi’s Hope Community Services. The goal of this organization is simple: support individuals the way they choose to be supported....
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[video] Seable specialize in accessible sport and leisure active holidays for people with limited mobility and the visually impaired. Seable give you the chance to conduct a tailor made holiday that improve confidence and skills for life, challenging perceptions...
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Scioto Properties offers several housing program options and will work with your agency to determine best option to suit your needs. We also establish and develop long-term working partnerships and are always available to assist with the acquisition of housing, eliminating the demands of seeking...
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#Autism #Aspergers This book promotes understanding and practical support of and for kids, parents, educators and society at large in regards to creating a collaborative productive climate within society, for those impacted by the challenges of the autism spectrum. Ten Commandments Of...
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Topic started 7 years 6 months ago by SueWheeler
D&SC (Disabled and Supportive Carer magazine) has a long history as a market leader in its field. Since its release the magazine has gone from strength to strength and it now has a print run of 10,000 each issue. Although the name of the magazine has changed from a guide for handicapped people,...
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D&SC (Disabled and Supportive Carer magazine) has a long history as a market leader in its field. The launch goes back to 1988 when the magazine’s founder and his fiancée were involved in a car accident in the Scottish Highlands. As a result of the accident – and the injuries his fiancée...
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Topic started 7 years 6 months ago by Educationforeverybody
TV’s Richard Osman helps to raise awareness about Nystagmus Co-star of the BBC quiz show ‘Pointless’, Richard Osman, has spoken about the eye condition nystagmus – and how having the condition himself has not stopped him from achieving a career in television. In an article in the Mail on...
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Join in to put the focus on a better understanding of nystagmus There’s still time to get involved and support Wobbly Wednesday, the Nystagmus Network (NN) awareness day.....follow link to read more bit.ly/19SKqYT
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BBC Children in Need urges schools to support this year’s campaign The BBC Children in Need website is packed with fundraising resources for teachers, ideas and activities suitable for pupils of all ages. Primary School suggestions include Walking with Dinosaurs .....follow link to read more...
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Remploy closures put the focus on creating new job opportunities It is a very difficult time for the Remploy employees hit hard by the closures of their workplaces. Despite the reassurances of support to find new jobs, for those who have been at Remploy for many years the future must seem bleak,...
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Changes at the helm for the Together Trust North West care and education charity, the Together Trust, has appointed Mark Lee as chief executive. He takes over the role from David Marriott who has retired following six years as chief executive. Mark Lee has lots of experience...
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The Community Education Awards 2014 The Community Education Awards programme continues to go from strength to strength and are ready to accept nominations for 2014. High schools, primary schools and pupil referral units from across the UK can enter the Awards by selecting one or more of the 12...
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College case studies highlight revamped networks for greater capacity at educational bases The University of Northampton has been working to expand the capacity of its Portfolio Innovation Centre. The centre merges technology, resources and services to support businesses in...
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‘Get inside my head’ – an animation to help classmates understand an often hidden condition In an effort to overcome the fact that hydrocephalus remains a largely unknown condition,to increase awareness and understanding of the problems faced by those who live with the effects of brain fluid...
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Zinc Arts ‘Kindness and Happiness’ half term workshops To celebrate ‘World Kindness Day’ on 13 November, Zinc Arts and Southend YMCA are running creative workshops throughout the October half term focusing on ‘Kindness and Happiness’, as part of Zinc Arts’ ArtZone...
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Horrific fun this Halloween with ‘The Rough Guide to Accessible Britain’ Enjoy a half term full of Halloween fun and excitement with the help of the ‘Rough Guide to Accessible Britain’.......follow the link to read more bit.ly/1a0aIYt
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Illustrator diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder ‘Shines’ Special Report by author JUSTINE EDWARD – mother, teacher, and writer… My best friend’s son thinks differently to a lot of kids. Sometimes he acts quite differently too. He doesn’t like loud noises or crowded rooms, he...
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Online resource for those interested in providing foster care for children with disabilities The foster agency – Credo Care – has recently relaunched their website as a unique resource for those interested in becoming carers for children with disabilities..........to read more follow the link...
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Topic started 7 years 6 months ago by Educationforeverybody
£8.5m Building Schools for the Future projects in Hull Published by Education for Everybody One of the UK’s largest mechanical and electrical – M&E – building services businesses, Balfour Beatty, has won the contract to work on two major Building Schools for the Future (BSF) projects in...
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