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Optimism in education sector as supply teachers report increasing pay

Supply teachers are expecting to earn higher rates over the next year, according to a new analysis by giant group.The umbrella employment specialist’s latest study of the education market found that 91% of its education database expect to see an increas...

Schools gear up for Shelter’s Great Gingerbread House Sale to raise money for homeless children this Christmas

School children across the UK are getting ready to bake for a good cause this Christmas as the housing charity Shelter launches its second annual Great Gingerbread House Sale to raise money for homeless families. With over 80,000 children facing the pro...

The Parent’s Notebook by Susan E. Rosano, MA

The new book called “The Parent's Notebook” offers opportunities for parents, siblings, caregivers, friends and other important family members to learn new ways of managing challenges related to raising a child with developmental disabilities and spec...

Student takes a leap of faith to raise £7,000 for deafblind charity

Emma Bridge, a 22-year-old student from Cambridgeshire who’s terrified of heights took part in a tandem skydive on Saturday to raise money for national deafblind charity Sense. Emma, who is partially sighted and has hearing loss, has raised nearly ...

Are you, or do you know, a talented performer with a learning disability who is keen to develop their acting skills?

Audition days lined up in Prestatyn for a new Hijinx Academy, a professional performance training course for people with learning disabilities in North Wales (Sun 5 & Mon 6 October 2014) Next month, Welsh theatre company Hijinx and Scala Cinema &am...

Sainsbury’s to introduce hundreds of new shopping trolleys developed with parents of disabled children

Sainsbury’s has responded to calls from parents with disabled children for a more secure shopping trolley and, after months of testing a prototype with parents and children, the retailer has today announced that they will begin introducing nearly 600 of...

UK and US nystagmus charities unite for Wobbly Wednesday

Inspired by a popular TV programme, baking cakes will be just one of the fun ways of introducing nystagmus to a new audience on Wednesday 5th November (Wobbly Wednesday).  The day is dedicated to raising awareness of nystagmus, an eye condition where the...

Remarkable Healthcare Professionals to meet Prince Harry at the 2014 WellChild Awards

Prince Harry and a host of celebrities will recognise the dedicated doctors, nurses, volunteers, and carers who have gone the extra mile to make a difference to the lives of seriously ill children, young people and their families at the tenth annual WellC...
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It’s that time again…….Show us your Talent!!

Autism’s Got Talent Opens its doors once again for 2015  The date is set and the Theatre booked. So, it would seem that everything is in place. Actually that is not strictly true! What we are missing at this time is the most important part of...
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