Monthly Archives: January 2016

Understanding challenging behaviour

A free 6 week course, run by ‘Supporting Links’, for parents of children with additional needs.
Thursdays 9.30am – 11.30am
4th, 11th & 25th February. 3rd, 10th & 17th March 2016
at Panshanger Primary School, Daniells,
Welwyn Garden City. AL7 1QY
This course is open to parents of school age children with
additional needs. Your child does not need to have a diagnosis but does need to have a recognised additional need.
To book a place, please call or text
Supporting Links on 01442 396518 / 07512 709556
or email

Survey for SeeAbility

Would you help us promote our new eye care surveys?

SeeAbility’s national surveys will help us all understand if people with learning disabilities are getting good help to look after their eyes. We want to make sure eye care services are the best they can be for people with learning disabilities. We’ll be putting all the findings into a report we’ll launch in the spring of 2016. SeeAbility is the national charity that works with people with sight loss and multiple disabilities.

To help we have two surveys:

1) One for parents of children with learning disabilities who are under 14

2) An easy read survey for anyone who is 14 and over. They are both online, cialis sales but also downloadable to print and send back to us for free.

But we can also send copies to anyone who needs them.

They are anonymous so no-one has to worry about what they say.

More information here at including online surveys and contact details for printed versions.

SeeAbility is also on twitter @SeeAbility.