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Manchester’s Ordinarily Available Provision for Early Years

It's our pleasure to share with you the final draft of Manchester's Ordinarily Available Provision for Early Years document, which describes the support, strategies and activities that are available in early years settings to young children with additional needs, without the need for a formal

Parent Sharing: Setting up a Support Group with a Difference

After my son got a diagnosis of ASD at 2 years old, I felt alone. The waiting lists for SALT, OT and other services seemed endless. A few parents have approached me with the same heartache and I want that to change. Alongside MPCF I

Back to School Resources for Autistic Students, Their Parents and Schools/Colleges

At the start of June, Manchester produced a "back to school" pack that staff from Educational Psychology, Speech and Language Therapy and the Clinical Service for Children with Disabilities have put together as a multi-agency project. It includes a pack for parents, booklets for younger