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Holistic Music for Children, 22 Woodlands Avenue, Keelby,
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The Echoes Foundation is a new charity in Hull and with the support of parents, local businesses and grants we aim to open a multi-purpose dedicated therapy centre for all children in Hull and the surrounding area with special and additional needs.
Ekisa ministries improves the quality of life for people living with disabilities in Uganda. By providing a home of love, hope and understanding in Jinja, Uganda. They enable each person to develop necessary life skills and help them find purpose.
One of the UK’s most respected providers of training and consultancy for Special and Additional Needs. Experts in Autism, Behaviour, Learning Disabilities, Complex Needs, Sensory Impairment and Multi-Sensory Environments.
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Postage is only £3.95.
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Please allow 2-10 days for delivery, but every effort is made for a quick delivery.
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I'm ordering for a group and want extra CD's is this possible?
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Positive Eye _ ..Educational training and consultancy for professionals who work with children with visual impairment.
Positive Eye delivers practical, resource rich courses and training across the UK and Europe to practitioners on how to meet the educational needs of children and young people with visual impairment.
Specialising in Special Educational Needs
Training and Advice.
These people are three machanical engineering graduates from The University of Sheffield., who want to invest their skills in helping people.
I found them whle looking for an "off road" rollator for a child at St Luke's.
They want to increase the access for people with physical disabilities, to places you and I take for granted.
"To have a real impact on the lives of others; by reaching out to improve physical circumstance and alleviate the stresses and stigmatization that arise through having to deal with cumbersome devices."
Check them out!.
The improvise approach allows people with profound and multiple learning difficulties to play and access music using an I pad.
Check out the above website for more information.