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SEND Crisis
A parent led campaign to raise awareness of the failures of the current system for children & young people with SEND. We’re planning a national march 30 May 19.
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Pete Wharmby Jun 17
Dr Paul Rimmer, of Cambridge University, writes to Kings College chapel about the treatment of his autistic son at Evensong in what is probably my favourite correspondence of the year.
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Eleanor Wright Jun 18
Can we encourage all MPs to table Parliamentary questions about this? The latest SEND Tribunal figures paint a troubling picture - via
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SEND Crisis Jun 17
Thank you, read comments but didn’t agree with them!
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I CAN Jun 17
Hi that's great to hear! Do you think you might be able to share your story with us? If so, email media@ican.org.uk. Very best,
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Siena Castellon ByCA Jun 16
What do you guys think of my banner & flyers? Also wearing my “Girls can do anything” t-shirt for the Netflix filming. Showcased them for the first time at
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Amaze Sussex Jun 15
Check out Amaze CEO Rachel Travers at May's march, speaking on Amaze's role supporting local families and our part in , and Chair Fiona England speaking about PaCC's work representing parent carers:
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Special Needs Jungle Jun 16
Thanks to you and your mum for being there - it’s always wonderful to see you both and to see the amazing things you’re making happen. We are proud to support you and to stand with you. I predict great things to come. You really are an outstanding
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All Birmingham's Children Jun 16
SO very important to get this across the line especially with We must all support this initiative
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Siena Castellon ByCA Jun 17
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Get PDA recognised Jun 17
Matthew aged 20 was in a secure hospital. He complained he had been drugged and raped. He died within 7 days of admission, his post mortem revealed the date rape drug.
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Siena Castellon ByCA Jun 16
you have my full support too. You’re an amazing advocate for autism rights & should be proud of what you are doing in Oliver’s name. Seeing a scary trend of people attacking NT autism advocates & supporters. This needs to stop.
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SEND Crisis Jun 16
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SEND Crisis Jun 16
Oh my, can’t believe what is being written here. No one owns a # and has done loads to help autistic people. Thank you Paula 🙏🏻🙏🏻
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SEND Crisis Jun 16
Replying to @MsJayTeeRattray
One of the opinions was from an autistic advocate. Whilst we fight for SEND funding our campaign is for the children and their parents. I think you’ll find many parents of children with SEND have SEND themselves
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Katie Clarke Jun 16
In 1998 our march for inclusion, sat outside Downing Street with a makeshift school and delivered a letter to Tony Blair.Bringing our kids up with values
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SEND Crisis Jun 16
Replying to @MsJayTeeRattray
#2 there is also another thread and apology from Autism UK. Probably best not to comment without knowing the full story or making assumptions on whether people are NT or ND. Thank you. 🙏🏻
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SEND Crisis Jun 16
Replying to @MsJayTeeRattray
Yes if you care to read thread u will see. As a SEND parent advocate group arranging a national march in over 25 locations around the country against SEND cuts by the government we can very much assure you that we value everyone’s opinion no matter if ND or NT
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SEND Crisis Jun 16
Replying to @AutisticUK
Thank you. Being or NT does not mean we don’t want what’s best for ND, we live every day with our children and share the difficulties. Hopefully just the wrong choice of words
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SEND Crisis Jun 16
Agree which also means they’ve never been inspected under the new 2014 SEND framework. How many are being failed in these schools?
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SEND Crisis Jun 16
Oh brag away what an amazing thing to do and a great achievement. Always so nice to see a positive story
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