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Adult Day Services Review – Working Together for Change

You are invited to join the Working Together for Change workshops, which would assist Manchester City Council in their review of Adult Day Services in Manchester. We are looking for parents/carers who have a young person or adult with Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities

Adult Day Services Review – Working Together for Change

You are invited to join the Working Together for Change workshops, which would assist Manchester City Council in their review of Adult Day Services in Manchester. We are looking for parents/carers who have a young person or adult with Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities

Adult Day Services Review – Working Together for Change

You are invited to join the Working Together for Change workshops, which would assist Manchester City Council in their review of Adult Day Services in Manchester. We are looking for parents/carers who have a young person or adult with Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities

The Manchester College Local Offer Fair

On the 24th of March, 11am-2pm, we will be holding a stall at The Manchester College's "Local Offer Fair". The event will be all about showcasing all the great SEND services in Manchester that are available and trying to build a network between the college

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Manchester SEND Survey 2021

We have just published this year's SEND Survey, with the aim of getting parents' & carers' views on how Manchester City Council, Education, Health, and Social Care settings/services have done in terms of meeting the needs of our children and young people aged 0-25

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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.

Auto Trader Internship Roles – “Autism at Work”

We recently received information about two internship opportunities at Auto Trader for autistic young people in Manchester. The roles have been developed with National Autistic Society's project called "Autism at Work" - a national employment programme that aims to bridge the gap between skills shortages