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  • Disabled Mums Call For Right To Family Support

    Disabled Mums Call For Right To Family Support

    The Disabled Mothers’ Rights Campaign is calling on councils to implement the support disabled mothers are entitled to under legislation, following a breakthrough ruling that Ealing Council had breached its legal duties under the Care Act, which include “having regard to the needs of the family” of the disabled adult whose care needs they are supposed to meet.

  • Seminars For Parents of Children with SEND

    Seminars For Parents of Children with SEND

    Sheffield Parent Hub run by Sheffield City Council has a range of free programmes including seminars specifically designed for parents and carers of children with SEND .Groups are friendly, welcoming, and non-judgemental and those taking part have the opportunity to meet other parents and carers and share experiences and ideas.

  • Neurodevelopmental Services Workshop

    Neurodevelopmental Services Workshop

    Are you are you a parent/carer of a child or young person with autism or other neurodevelopment needs such as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder(ADHD)? If so you may be interested in a workshop taking place on Tuesday 23rd March designed to focus on improving neurodevelopmental services in the Sheffield area.

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