Directorate and key stakeholders gathered to plan for the best future for the young people of Wiltshire. Facilitate by Colin and Elliot Newton of Inclusive Solutions
Life has many ebbs and flows, and that is simply a fact. However sometimes we can get so caught up in the daily grind, and life’s mounting responsibilities that we lose track of what truly brings us joy. If this sounds familiar, you are not alone. Take some time to pull back on the reigns and examine the details of your circumstances. In some cases, something as simple as a new haircut can give you the jolt of life that you need to feel happy and engaged again, but in others it takes a more significant shift. Here are three ways that you can take your power back and create a life that is rooted in joy and self-love.
A big thank you to everyone who came along to our Nottingham event last month. Lovely to see so many faces and share the Person Centred approach. Here is a highlight video of the two days.
If you would like us to run a session like this for you, feel free to contact us at the below details…
While there is no denying that we have made great strides when it comes to the exposure of recycling and waste prevention, it remains the case that certain actions and campaigns may occasionally be inaccessible for people with learning difficulties.
It is therefore vital that, when it comes to recycling and sustainable waste prevention, every possible step is taken to encourage social inclusion. This way, those with learning difficulties, or those who have had to work with a specialist education solicitor, are able to demonstrate positive engagement.
Here, we discuss some of the ways we can support those with learning disabilities to get engaged in recycling and understand its importance in our society. This can help us to understand some of the ways we can accommodate for specific learning disabilities when recycling. Take a look…
Colin and Louis Newton worked in Hartlepool with the Virtual School Team on Person Centred planning
People with disabilities can have specialized vehicle modifications installed in their cars. These modifications keep drivers with disabilities on the road and create more accessible vehicles. Common modifications include seat belt adjustments, safety bars and straps, ramps, swivel seats, and hand controls.
Home modifications help people with disabilities stay in their homes longer by making it easier for them to complete the tasks of daily life. If you’ve considered adding modifications to your home, you already know there’s a lot to consider. From handicapped parking and ada wheelchair ramps to roll-in showers and chair-height sinks, all of the available modification options can be overwhelming. And federally-mandated handicap accessible home requirements are lengthy, technical, and change frequently.
We understand how complicated the home modification process can be. That’s why we’ve created a home accessibility checklist that lays out everything you need to know. You’ll find information on modifying every area of your home, from your front door to your bedroom closet.
This is not an exhaustive list and are mostly US-based but please see the original post (http://www.kidspeech.com/programs/special-needs-grants/) for additional resources and guidance…