Respect For All is a registered charity offering counselling and play therapy to people have learning disabilities, Asperger’s, or autistic spectrum conditions, and supporting their parents, families and carers across Greater Manchester.
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The Greater Manchester Inclusion Conference will offer the opportunity for organisations to come together from across Greater Manchester to hear the learnings from specific national and local programmes as well giving a fantastic opportunity to network with other like minded organisations.
For further information and to book a place, visit: www.greatersport.co.uk/Courses/Single/148
Manchester City Council is leading the city’s arrangements to mark the anniversary of the Manchester Arena attack on Tuesday 22 May 2018.
Those affected by those terrible events will want to mark the date in different ways, so the programme is varied and takes different forms, to make sure that people can feel connected to it.
"Curiously enough, the only thing that went through the mind of the bowl of petunias as it fell was “Oh no, not again”.
The NHS would like to know more about your thoughts of your cancer screening experience(s) within Greater Manchester and whether cancer screening is or is not a good opportunity to talk to people about healthy lifestyles and promote other cancer screening opportunities. A series of group discussions is taking place around Greater Manchester on behalf of Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership.
Disabled Living, one of Manchester’s oldest charities, is calling for people to get in touch who have memories, materials and/or photographs about their links with the charity. Hundreds of thousands of people across the North West have been involved with the organisation in its 120 year history as service users, volunteers, staff and trustees.
The Secret Life of Us campaign brings to life the realities of the challenges disabled children, young people and their families face in living a life many of us take for granted.
Developed in close partnership with parents, it reveals the parts of their lives that most people simply do not see.
Are you a young disabled person aged 15-25?
Do you live in Manchester?
Then come along to Booster to look at:
• How to get your views heard
• Being more confident when things are difficult
• Staying safe
• Using drama to work out how to deal with difficult situations.
We have pulled together a range of information collected so far about the additional support local charities & community organisations are offering in the aftermath of the events.
Scroll down to the foot of the page to view the updates.
Helplines and official contact information
The Institute of Community Reporters (ICR) is currently working in communities around Greater Manchester to gather people’s experiences and views on public services. They are training up groups of people as Community Reporters to use pocket devices and technology to record these experiences as video or audio stories, and share them with others online.