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All Together At the Double Council for Disabled Children Inclusion Policy
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This book will encourage early years professionals to develop inclusive policies for care and education of young disabled children Informative reading for those working with disabled children, this research is based on the findings of a qualitative study of 24 families who each had two or more severely disabled children The CDC Inclusion Policy pack includes a booklet and six attractive posters
Dignity & Inclusion: Making it work for children with behaviour that challenges Dignity & Inclusion: Making it work for children with complex health care needs Including Me
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This publication focuses on those children who have behaviour that is challenging as a result of either a severe learning disability and/or autism This publication focuses on children who require clinical procedures, moving and handling and  intimate care as part of their personal support This practical resource closely examines the business of managing complex health needs
Inclusion of Disabled Children in Primary School Playgrounds Making it Work Making Ourselves Heard
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The first research of its kind, identifying organisational, social and physical barriers to disabled children's inclusion in playgrounds, which suggests ways to overcome these barriers in the future Manual and online resource providing guidance on disability discrimination, access and inclusion, as well as materials to support training This book outlines the current context and challenges for disabled children and young people's participation in decisions and issues that affect them
Parent's Guide to the Children's Homes Standards and Regulations Parent's Guide to the Residential Special Schools Standards The Dignity of Risk
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Written for parents, this guide provides information on the expectation of children's homes located in England and the staff who work in them Written for parents, this guide provides information on the expectation of residential special schools located in England and the staff who work in them This practical handbook looks at key challenges around medication, moving and handling, and managing behaviour and provides straightforward advice
Young person's Guide to the Residential Special Schools Standards Your Rights, Your Future: Making Sense of the new law
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This guide gives young people information on what should happen when they move into a residential special school in England and what that school should be doing for them while you live there

This new resource was produced by CDC in partnership with disabled young people to give other young people information about the SEND reforms and their right to be involved in decisions about their support.

Your Rights, Your Future’ training was delivered to over 300 disabled young people and young people with SEND across England. The interactive activities aim to help young people understand the changes to SEND support and how it affects them.

This resource can be downloaded for free from www.councilfordisabledchildren.org.uk/yryf.

Alternatively you can buy the toolkit for £30 plus postage and packing, or £25 plus postage and packing for IAS and Independent Support services (please enter coupon code: IAS-0105 at checkout.)

To find out more about training opportunities on the SEND reforms for young people’s groups in your local area, or training for professionals on disabled children and young people’s participation please email Pamela Shaw or call 020 7833 6853.