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Autism in Schools and Co-production

We are pleased to share this short article from fellow parent-carer Carla Scaife, who is also the Programme Delivery Lead for Autism in Schools and the Partnership for Inclusion of Neurodiversity in Schools (PINS) in Greater Manchester. Here, she talks about the role that

Help Us Choose the GM Autism Hub Logo!

Work is currently under way to develop the Greater Manchester Autism Hub, led by Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust (MFT), who have been awarded the role of lead provider around autism for Greater Manchester (GM). As part of this development, the Social Communication Pathway

Autism in Schools and Co-production

It's been a month since this year's National Co-production Week so we thought we'd take this opportunity to finally publish the well-articulated blog that Julie Hicklin, Manchester's SEND Lead, wrote about the Autism in Schools project. (Apologies for the delay!) Here it goes: Autism

Greater Manchester Parent / Carer Focus Groups

Below is a message from the co-chairs of Greater Manchester (GM) Parent/Carer Workstream for the GM Health and Social Care Partnership (GMHSCP): Hello, Parents and carers of children and young people with Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities (SEND) are an often overlooked group of

A Message from Digital Advantage – Supported Internship Opportunity

Digital Advantage, who delivered their Digital Inc. programme to a number of Manchester students last year, have recently passed this message to us: Thanks for sharing the below information about our brand new supported internship for GM residents with an EHCP.