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Singing your way to speech and confidence - a report from Helen Richards Published by Education for Everybody bit.ly/1b7uhR8 Check out our website for more stories and news! www.educationforeverybody.co.uk/
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Dyslexia organisations in eleventh hour appeal to influence SEN reforms bit.ly/GXNonA Published by Education for Everybody Check out our homepage for more news! www.educationforeverybody.co.uk/
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Education for Everybody is a magazine which goes out to SENCOs, Headteachers and Special Needs Schools and colleges throughout the UK. We cover a range of topics including Special Schools and Colleges, Fostering & Adoption, Refurbishment and many more. Bookmark our homepage and keep up to date...
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DfE publish latest analysis of children with SEN – ahead of changes to the system bit.ly/16v6EEM
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Have a look at the Education for Everybody website for up to date news and the most recent magazine www.educationforeverybody.co.uk/ Any ideas to help make the site better? Any topics you would like to see covered?
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Weekly Football Coaching Sessions for boys and girls aged 7 to 13 years on the Autistic Spectrum Wednesday 4pm to 5pm at Fenstanton School, Tulse Hill. The fantastic weekly football coaching sessions for boys and girls on the autistic spectrum re-start on Wednesday 2nd October at Fenstanton School....
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Greetings! I have just joined this website and hope to exchange lots of good info & resources! I am a family caregiver for my husband, who has CRPS - Complex Regional Pain Syndrome. It's painful and crippling and has changed our life completely. All is not lost, however, as we learn to create a...
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www.kidwx.com has been launched by two mothers (co-founders Linda Nimmo and Jamie Finch) frustrated that there was no centralized website for parents looking for service providers for their children. This novel review based website targets almost every conceivable source that a caregiver would need...
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Goaccessable.com is a startup website working on building a platform that rates and reviews the accessibility of public buildings, restaurants, hotels, etc. In addition, it provides information, forums, and blogs of accessible cities, beaches, and places to visit. Coming Soon! Follow us and join...
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I want to share with you a family project I’ve been working on called Wheel New York. It’s a mobile app and website that will provide ALL the transit and accessibility information a person with a disability would need to enjoy New York City restaurants, entertainment, lodging and more. Our...
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Challenge Games is a track, field and boccia competition for physically challenged athletes held annually in Derby, Kansas, and the only event of its kind held in south central Kansas. The Challenge Games was founded in 1989, by physical therapist, Carol Keller in response to a lack of athletic...
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Reduced Mobility Rights is the leading advocate promoting access to air travel since 2011. We focus on raising public awareness on accessibility and assistance services available to passengers with special needs. We are the only access-focused organization constantly assessing accessibility of...
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SPINALpedia, a website specifically designed for anyone affected by paralysis, is a library of videos – a YouTube of sorts—where those with any degree of paralysis and their supporters can see how to do everything from getting dressed in the morning to skydiving. It is unique in that it has a...
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Who we are: Providing Services for Blind and Visually Impaired People Our vision at Royal Blind is to make a significant contribution to building a community in which blind and partially sighted people, including those who also have other disabilities, are fully included and lead fulfilling...
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