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New online workout teaching young wheelchair users circus and dance moves

Jacksons Lane Presents Circus/Dance Tutorial by World-Leading Acrobat using a Wheelchair An online workout teaching young wheelchair users circus and dance moves has launched online, thanks to a collaboration between Jacksons Lane, a north London arts centre, Hackney Ark’s HIT Squad, therapists working to improve…

Preparing for Adulthood - Health and Wellbeing

The Health and Wellbeing Pathway map is a good visual prompt for what needs to be thought about and planned for so that young people have their needs met and so thought can be given, in advance, to all areas of their lives affected by…

Covid-19 reasonable adjustments supporting evidence letter for young people who are autistic...

We understand that the limits on going out and how we must behave when we are out, may be especially difficult for autistic young people and their families.  These are important restrictions that are in place to help make us all safer.  They will not…

Out Of School Settings (OOSS) - What to consider and ask...

Cotona virus updates The government have announced that providers who run community activities, holiday clubs, after-school clubs, tuition and other out-of-school provision for children over the age of 5 can now operate over the summer holiday with safety measures in place. Children will now be…

Money matters - benefits and sources of financial help...

If you are parent or carer of a child or a young person with a disability and/or additional needs, you will know it can involve extra or unexpected costs. There are benefits, financial support and other schemes to help you with these additional costs. Some…

What's on? Coronavirus updates

Looking for something to do? Want to know what's happening in and around your local area? Going out and meeting other people is an important part of life for everyone. There are lots of different activities, opportunities and groups for families and young people living in…

Support for all children aged 0-5 from birth to starting school...

All parents with children including those with additional needs or disabilities need advice and support from time to time. This page explains about services that everyone can access and what their enhanced offer is.  Some families with children with additional needs and or disabilities need…

How Hackney consults with parents and carers of children with SEND and young people themselves

We are committed to taking a person centred approach to working with parents and young people. We are always willing to discuss any concerns with you. In addition to this we actively seek to work with Parent/Carer and Youth Forums and other participation groups who…

Short Breaks - Hackney

What is a Short Break? A "Short Break" is thought of as any daytime social or leisure activity or service that: allows a disabled child or young person to have an enjoyable breakaway from their main carer, AND gives their carer a break from their caring responsibilities They…
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