Have your say on the Transition of Young People into Adult Services Core Capabilities Framework as part of the NHS Long Term Plan.
Local authorities in England have a legal responsibility to help families with disabled children… but what can they help with?
Carers Week is 7th-13th June. This year, Carers Support Centre is encouraging all carers to consider having a Carers Assessment. All carers are entitled to a Carers Assessment on an annual basis.
Would you like to speak to someone about your child’s additional needs?
NHS England and NHS Improvement have worked closely with the Parent Council to co-design this new role, which will support parents whose children have been admitted to inpatient care.
Foundations – the National Body for Home Improvement Agencies in England has published an excellent Guide to Adaptations for Children and Young People with Behaviours that Challenge.
Ignite Bristol was born from consultation with community clubs, professionals and disabled people, expressing the need for more of a joined-up, cross-sector approach to increasing physical activity levels of disabled people. It’s now time for us to start acting on this and making a difference, together.
WECIL are pleased to be able to offer free infection control and PPE training in conjunction with BCE and Skills for Care.
Having a hard time explaining your child’s needs? Do you want to learn how to handle meetings with professionals effectively, so that you can discuss your child’s needs much more confidently?
Brainwave are continuing to deliver essential therapies to families who are unable to visit Brainwave Centres.