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FLARE'S Top Communication Tips for Professionals

created by SPS published on 16 June 2020

FLARE'S Top Tips for Professionals: Virtual Communcation with Children and Young People.  Especially useful at the moment where most communications are virtual. Please go to https://councilfordisabledchildren.org.uk/help-resources/resources/flares-top-tips-professionals to view the video and leaflet  

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B&NES Carers' Centre - How we help Carers

created by SPS published on 09 June 2020

This week is Carers' Week. The theme is Making Caring Visible. Do you care for someone - a child, a sibling, relative or friend? Find out how B&NES Carers' Centre can support you by viewing their website: https://www.banescarerscentre.org.uk/ and watching this animation.  

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Study: Lockdown and the affects on children and their carer's

created by SEND Partnership Service published on 27 May 2020

The University of Bath would like some help: complete their survey if you have a child aged 6-16 years old. The researchers want to understand more about how children and their caregivers are coping with social distancing, school closures and other challenges imposed by covid-19.https://www.bath.ac.

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Staying Alert and Safe - Easy Read

created by SEND Partnership Service published on 26 May 2020

New Rules on Staying Alert and Safe, view the attached booklet. There is Easy Read information from Easy Read Online. It is based on the Government information originally from 11 May 2020, this links you to the latest version updated on 7 January 2021: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/coronavirus-covid-19-meeting-with-others-safely-social-distancing

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What should be done to meet the IASS Minimum Standards?

created by SEND Partnership Service published on 19 May 2020

View this animation to understand what needs to be done to meet the Information, Advice and Support Service (IASS) Minimum Standards.

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