Tips for an autism-friendly summer

From Talk about Autism, click here for tips on how to achieve an autism-friendly summer.

Relive – support for carers with complex needs

Relive is a Cheshire and Warrington Carers’ Centre bespoke 6 week programme which will provide intensive support for Carers with targeted and complex needs over a short period of time to prevent their caring role from breaking down.  It operates in Cheshire East and starts in July 2013. Click on the picture to see the […]

Advice to parents and carers on gangs

The vast majority of young people are not involved in gangs and want nothing to do with them. However, the behaviour of the small number of young people who are involved has a significant impact on communities, on their families and associates, as well as themselves. This leaflet sets out some information to help parents identify […]

Special Guardianship

The Family Rights Group has produced a factsheet which provides advice to kinship carers on how to apply for a Special Guardianship Order.

NSPCC Sexual abuse campaign

The NSPCC has launched The Underwear Rule campaign to help parents talk to their children about sexual abuse. The campaign offers materials for parents to download and comes as a new online YouGov poll shows that half of parents of 5 – 17 year olds surveyed had never spoken to their children about the issue.

Transition Information Network

Information has just come through about the Transition Information Network which provides information about the transition process that is useful to disabled young people, parents/carers and professionals. You can see their latest newsletter by clicking the picture.