Disabled Children

Some articles on disabled children, children, disabled:

Inclusion At Disability Challengers
... Disability Challengers schemes welcome all disabled children, including those children who need 11 support, have complex impairments, medical conditions, children with Autism ... a non exclusion policy which means that there are some children and young people who access a service at Challengers alone ... charity’s belief that the play environment is the perfect environment for disabled and non-disabled children to develop their understanding and acceptance of each other ...
Disability Challengers
... aim was to try to address the imbalance of play and leisure opportunities for disabled children and young people ... Initially sessions for the children were held at a local leisure centre in Guildford, Surrey, but the need for services quickly grew and in 1984 the charity opened their ... of improving activities and facilities for disabled children, young people and their families ...
Direct Payments - Development
... gave local authorities in Britain and Northern Ireland, the powers to make cash payments to disabled people ... people, 16 and 17 year olds, parents of disabled children and in England, Wales and Northern Ireland only, carers caregivers ... The Carers and Disabled Children Act (2000)) allowed parents of disabled children in England and Wales to receive direct payments, and 16 and 17 year olds to ...

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