Pinpoint is looking to recruit a part-time communications officer.
Are you passionate about communications? Want to make a difference for parent carers whose children and young people have additional needs and disabilities? Then read more about this rewarding role and how to apply on our job opportunities webpage. Continue reading “Comms Officer wanted!”
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Can you help with a research study on support in the early years?
Cerebra is working with the Family Research Group at the University of Warwick, as well as with Mencap, Ambitious about Autism and ENABLE Scotland on a new study that aims to develop ways to increase access to early intervention and support for families of children with learning disabilities and/or autism in the UK.
Continue reading “Early Help research – can you take part?”
Cambridge City Hockey Club will be running Flyerz Hockey sessions over the coming season, starting October 21.
The Sunday sessions are open to all ages and can cater for all disabilities, they are run by qualified coaches with the help of club members to assist with those who may need extra help. Continue reading “Flyerz Hockey Sunday sessions Cambridge”
A new accessible guide to Cambridgeshire is launching – listing over 2000 places in Cambridgeshire. You can check out everything from parking to hearing loops, walking distances and accessible toilets.
It’s totally free and available at www.AccessAble.co.uk where you can also download the AccessAble App from the Apple and Google stores.
Continue reading “Cambridgeshire Accessibility Guide”
It’s World Mental Health Day. And this year’s theme, set by the World Federation for Mental Health, is young people and mental health in a changing world.
If you are caring for a child or young person needing support, the following organisations and resources could help: Continue reading “World Mental Health Day 2018”
Pinpoint is hosting four engagement sessions for parents to discuss and feedback on the draft SEND strategy for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.
The new document – recently published by Cambridgeshire County Council – sets out how both local areas will support children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities. Continue reading “Have your say meetings on the special needs strategy in Cambs & P’boro”
Pinpoint gatecrashed a junior school assembly this week – in order to say a surprise thank you to a special fundraiser.
Ollie Godden (9), who is in year 5 at Hartford Junior School at Huntingdon, ran an inflatable 5K at Nottingham to raise money for Pinpoint and other families who have children with additional needs and disabilities. Continue reading “Ollie’s 5K challenge for Pinpoint”