People with a learning disability can sometimes find it hard to know when they are unwell, or to tell someone about it. That is why anyone over the age of 14 with a learning disability, can have an annual health check. More information about this service can be found on the NHS Learning Disabilities Annual Health Check Website .
The Autism Group have asked us to post the following: We are pleased to announce that we will be adding two new Saturday morning GAP clubs during the next few months building on the success of our existing ones. They will be for children diagnosed on the autism spectrum aged 9-13. We have a few spaces available so please share the flier with any parents who may be interested. These clubs are for children who, typically, have mainstream ability needing support with social skil
IASS are now recruiting for a Child / Young Person Case officer to work within the Information, Advice and Support service. The post is part-time 18.5 hours per week and is temporary for one year. More information can be found on Jobs Go Public: https://www.jobsgopublic.com/vacancies/86808?keywords=case%20officer&search=5bf9efdc9f12210ebe6e12732dafdc431b80db5e39ffe19048237269f97c72c5 The closing date is the 20th June 2019