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Inclusion North News

Inclusion North, an organisation set up to help people with learning disabilities and autism and their families feel more included in society, has released its latest bulletin.

The bulletin includes information on an exciting new course entitled ‘Leading Together for a Change!’

The course starts in March and aims to bring together young people, family carers and professionals to make a difference to the lives of children and young people with a learning disability, autism or both.

There are also details of two events taking place in March and April concerning the young mortality of many people with learning disabilities and the problems with healthcare that can sometimes cause this.

A new guide aimed at supporting people who want to move out of assessment and treatment units is also included in the bulletin.

The full bulletin can be seen here.


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