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  • Rights and participation

    6th Sense

    6th Sense is based in the Southern Locality and is part funded by the SHSCT. Eight Young People with a range of disabilities and autism will be supported to participate in twelve 6th sense meetings per year. Activities will include influencing and capacity building meetings. Personal Care Needs of membership will be met at the project.

  • Rights and participation

    Barnardo's WESAIL

    https://www.barnardossendiass.org.uk/wakefield-sendiass/

  • Rights and participation

    Barnardo's: Your Rights, Your Voice (Secure Estate)

    The administrative hub of Barnardo's pan-regional service (England and Wales) for the provision of Children's Rights and Advocacy services to young people in custody and/or impacted upon by the criminal justice system.

  • Rights and participation

    Bradford SENDIASS

    Bradford SENDIASS is for parents and carers of children and young people 0-25 with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) in the Bradford area - and for their children too.

  • Rights and participation

    Bristol & South Gloucestershire HYPE

    Helping children, young people and families engage with health services (HYPE) Workers are based in Bristol and South Gloucestershire. We work in partnership with the Children's Community Health Partnership to provide participation training to staff and work towards embedding participation within the Community Children’s Health Partnership.

  • Rights and participation

    Bury SENDiass

    Sendiass (Special Educational Needs Disability Information Advice Support Service) provides free impartial information, advice and support to disabled children and young people aged 0-25, and those with SEN, through their parents and carers. Young people aged 16+ can have support in their own right.

  • Rights and participation

    DCYPPP - Regional - Video Conferencing

    We undertake regional advocacy and participation work with children and young people with disabilities aged 8-25. This involves meeting with other groups who support young people with disabilities and seeking their views through the use of video conferencing calls. You can get involved by contacting our service.

  • Rights and participation

    DCYPPP - Schools Inclusion and Participation Programme

    Our School's Programme is designed to improve children and young people's awareness of their rights and to enable them to be involved in influencing. The programme is delivered in one school per trust in Northern Ireland each school year. We work with young people with a disability aged 14-19 in Special Schools and in Mainstream Schools as part of this programme.

  • Rights and participation

    DCYPPP Peer Coaching

    The Peer Coaching Program is funded by Children In Need. Twelve young people with a range of disabilities aged fourteen to nineteen are trained in Peer Mentoring. They support each other in pairs for up to 12 months. The young people are paired with others who are experiencing similar issues with he aim of improving their wellbeing.