Monthly Archives: January 2012
PCAN’s trustees have begun to plan for the year ahead, setting out the tasks and activities that will drive forward our three themes of Good Information, Talk and Support and a Strong Voice. Some of the priorities for PCAN over … Continue reading
PCAN’s new Participation Guide, written with Icarus to help services involve and communicate more effectively with parents, has had a successful trial run. The Learning Disability Nursing Team from the NHS worked with Icarus and one of the PCAN trustees … Continue reading
The film needs no introduction… it’s The Muppets! Catch Kermit, Miss Piggy and Fozzie Bear at over 80 ODEON cinemas across the country on Sunday 19th February at 11:30am. Tickets on sale Wednesday 15th February; For your local cinemas’ screening … Continue reading
On Thursday, 9 February 2012 Contact a Family and Irwin Mitchell, solicitors, will be offering a one day workshop for families of disabled children. Contact a Family’s Family Life project is offering a workshop exploring the issues around stress for … Continue reading
SING OUT LOUD A fantastic FREE opportunity for young people with a learning disability Learn how to sing in a round To develop vocal skills Create stories & scenes through sound play For further details please call Sally on 01484 … Continue reading
Disabled children and their transition into adulthood: the law and good practice. FREE for parents and carers Wednesday 28th March – Leeds (venue to be confirmed) http://www.cerebra.org.uk/ENGLISH/EVENTS/Pages/Managingtransitionsseminar.aspx
Every Disabled Child Matters has circulated a document from their SEC policy network on the key changes to the education system.
The consultation period about Family Support Services in Kirklees finishes on Friday 20th January. Parents can give their views by following this weblink: www.kirklees.gov.uk/familysupportconsultation
ECAD (England Cricket Association for the Deaf) Indoor Cricket Training Sessions are launching soon!
What? Cricket coaching sessions are taking place across the country. The Northern sessions will be taking place indoors. Aimed at all levels from beginners to those who play cricket for a club. Find out more about ECAD. All sessions are … Continue reading