A few months back I picked up a leaflet, probably from my son’s school reception area although I can’t remember now. It caught my eye as it was plugging an event that looked of interest. I put in my work case with the intention of investigating it’s content further during a quiet lunch-time period. Fat chance. [...]
When we attended a recent session of the UniSPORT Sport Club I was handed a flyer for the Guildford Saints promoting free football training for disabled and special educational needs (SEN) footballers ages 7-16 (boys and girls).
To be eligible players must attend a Special School, have a recognised / registered disability or have a statement of [...]
Key, based in Scotland, was set up in 1977 by a small group of parents concerned about the lack of good quality supported accommodation, and committed to developing alternatives to institutional care for people with learning disabilities. Carers are still at the heart of Key’s Committee of Management, which now includes people with a wide range [...]
Living on the border of Hampshire and Surrey as we do we often come across information that covers Hampshire. This is one such instance.
What is the Joint Information Link?
The Joint Information Link (JIL) is a record of children who have disabilities and who are resident in the county of Hampshire in the UK, or who are [...]