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Preventative action is needed for the care system
A review of children’s services run by English councils has revealed that early intervention action is needed to help families
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Dementia Action Week: what steps can you take to ease symptoms?
During Alzheimer’s Society’s Dementia Action Week, people are encouraged to recognise the symptoms of dementia and take action to get
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Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Day: Facing a mountain every day
Climbing a mountain is a daunting task for anyone, but imagine if leaving the house was the equivalent of taking
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Parkinson’s disease trial shows promising results
A clinical trial to reverse the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease is underway in a hospital in Bristol and seems to
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What is autism and how is it diagnosed?
Autism, often referred to as Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), is often very misunderstood, as it simply refers to a difference
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Call for evidence relating to mental health and wellbeing
Whilst the awareness of mental health issues has increased in the past few years, it is evident that the pandemic
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Calories on menus: how could this affect children?
In a move to combat obesity, the Government announced new rules this week for large hospitality businesses (that employ over
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Funding announced to improve transport accessibility for disabled people
A funding package of £2.5 million has been announced to improve the accessibility of transport for disabled people.
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Online resources for educators to support neurodivergent students launched
It is currently Neurodiversity Celebration Week (21-27 March 2022), during which there is a focus on educating the wider community
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Call for evidence for people with acquired brain injuries
The Government is set to launch a call for evidence regarding people with acquired brain injuries in order to meet
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Children in care supported to find permanent homes “faster”
Children in care will be supported to find permanent homes faster through a new multi-million-pound scheme, it has been announced.
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People with rare diseases to benefit from “faster diagnosis and access to treatment”
Millions of people with rare and complex diseases will get faster access to treatment, the Government has announced.
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