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  1. Preparing for Adulthood

    Preparing for Adulthood (PfA) is a programme funded by the Department for Education and is delivered by a partnership between the National Development Team for inclusion (NDTi).
  2. Preparing Meals

    Nutritious foods and an active lifestyle can help achieve optimal health throughout life. Poor nutrition, skipping a meal or not eating enough can cause dizziness, weakness, lightheadedness and reduced concentration. All of these can increase the likeness of a fall.​ We understand that it may not always be easy to prepare nutritious meals…
  3. A quick guide to the Early Help Assessment

    Please use this link to view our Accessibility Statement If you require any of our current Early Help products (September 2021 onwards) as produced from this time onwards, in a more accessible format, then please do email us: jeff.burns@manchester.gov.uk or Anthony.gilfillan@manchester.gov.uk From the 28th September, 2015 the…
  4. Relationships and Sex Education (RSE)

    People who recieve good sex and  relationship education usually have better sexual knowledge, better sexual health and reduced vulnerability to sexual abuse. We’ve pulled together some really useful websites and resources: Mencap - Loads of easy to follow information, including a FAQ section for young…
  5. Resourced Provision Schools

    What is a Resourced Provision? Most children in Manchester with special educational needs and/or disabilities, including those with Education, Health and Care Plans, will be supported in a mainstream school. A number of mainstream schools provide additional specialist facilities on their site called a Resourced…
  6. The risks of drinking too much

    Regularly drinking more than 14 units a week risks damaging your health. Fourteen units is equivalent to six pints of average-strength beer or 10 small glasses of low-strength wine.   New evidence around the health harms from regular drinking have emerged in recent years. There is now a better understanding…
  7. Rosie's Story - Case Study

    Rosie’s Story Rosie has Cerebral Palsy and initially attended Lancastrian, she then moved onto a main stream school. Using a small direct payment Rosie was able to access horse riding and sport activities which she really enjoys. The activities have had a range of beneficial…
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