The Benefits of Hiring People with Autism – an article by Joe Thomas, July 2016
In the UK there are more than 700,000 individuals living with autism, however, less than 15% of these people are in full-time employment. This is a dispiriting figure when you consider the many skills and talents peopl
-- a comprehensive, integrated and long-term strategy to develop appropriate 21st century policies to support both children and their families --
From COFACE Families Europe, “Child Compass 2030: For a Europe which invests in shaping a healthy society, environment and economy fit for children” bring
Do you work in a supportive role?
Are you required to offer emotional support to others, discuss sensitive issues or have difficult conversations?
Relate can help you to develop useful counselling skills, interview management techniques and enable positive change. Successful completion of this c
CanChild’s Strategic Plan for 2020-2025 reflects our hopes for the future state of CanChild
- a centre with a shared purpose, where innovative and impactful child health research is at the heart of what we do, and a centre that is recognized internationally for an environment that cultivates diversi
'A home is a fundamental human need and a basic moral right, as vital as education or healthcare'
From Shelter website: ‘But in Britain today, that right is being denied to millions of people whose lives are blighted by homelessness, bad conditions, soaring rents, discrimination and the threat of ev
‘This story might help avoid mistakes in a vaccination programme’
Peter Limbrick writes: This story is about polio and children. It is not a nice story but it carries an important warning for all of us. The Cutter story is easily available on line, for instance in the Journal of the Royal Society of