Friends, Relationships & Community
Young people have opportunities to spend time with their peers outside of school and college. They are supported to develop and maintain friendships and relationships. They can access their community and feel safe and confident.
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Ambitious about Autism, Mencap and the Challenging Behaviour Foundation in partnership with Irwin Mitchell, have produced a leaflet to help individuals who feel that they are not being appropriately consulted about the welfare of their loved ones.
A positive, interesting and useful disability-related magazine with articles and resources to help people with disabilities achieve whatever they wish. The magazine and website includes articles, resources and links about travel, work, art and culture, relationships and much more.
These two videos showcase the importance of friendship for young people preparing for adulthood.
Our first video looks at a group of friends Stera, Ellen, Jade and Hannah. The second video in our series hears from Wilf and Junior and their friendship.
This short film from the British Institute of Human Rights has been developed to help children and young people understand their human rights and what to do if they are not respected.
It has been launched in conjunction with an interactive e-Book: Getting with the Act: Our Human Rights Act, which you can access here.
Family Footings introduces parents and carers to the benefits of using Person Centred Planning which can help improve outcomes for children with special educational needs. Parents can contact Family Footings to request free training in their school, children's centre or any other community setting.