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WHIZZ KIDS EVENTS

Whizz-Kidz have decided to hold Information Hubs for parents and professionals who would like to find out more about our support services and funding options.

Whizz-Kidz supports young wheelchair users aged 0-25 so we can help bridge the transition out of children's services, while still providing support, fun and friendship.

 

We also have funding available to provide you with new mobility equipment and adaptations to your current wheelchair to make the day-to-day a little bit easier.

 

If you know a young person with a mobility impairment that may be interested in our free services, or someone that would like information about our funded mobility equipment - tell them to pop in to one of our information hubs to have a chat with our team.

 

We will have equipment demonstrations from our engineering team and information stands about our young people's services. Our team are available to answer all of your questions so please come down and say hello.

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09 May 2019 - 29 December 2029

IMPORTANT - SCHOOP WILL BE REPLACING OUR TEXT TO PARENTS SERVICE

Our school is proud to announce that we have adopted a new app for schools called Schoop. Schoop will improve the way we communicate with you and our school community. With your valuable involvement, your children‛s education and the whole school will benefit.

IMPORTANT - THIS WILL BE REPLACING OUR TEXT TO PARENTS SERVICE

 

Download the app by browsing the correct link below on your phone.

Schoop ID: 26633

www.schoop.co.uk/android

www.schoop.co.uk/apple

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Transition into Adulthood Event 2019

Come and share your experiences and have your voice heard Wednesday 3rd July 2019

9.30 for tea and coffee, 10am start. 14.30 finish

Scout and Guide Headquarters, Brynmill, Swansea

Choice of discussion groups with the opportunity to share thoughts, suggestions and experiences.

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Article 28 of the UNCRC says that children and young people have the right to education.