Consultation on the content of a curriculum about disability
Triangle is conducting a consultation exercise on behalf of the Royal College of Paediatricians and Child Health (RCPCH). The consultation is about a new Department of Health Funded ELearning portal (a website that stores and presents materials of online learning). The aim is to create learning resources that encourage people to adopt positive attitudes, enabling behaviours and a problem solving approach when engaging with disabled children and young adults who access their services.
Triangle is very excited about this project and will be consulting with the following stakeholder groups; disabled children and young people, parents and primary carers, healthcare, social care, education, faith and youth group workers, sport and recreation, transport, and criminal justice - to gather opinions about the content of the curriculum that will be available on this e-learning portal.
We would value and welcome your help with this exciting project that will result in the provision of a free learning resource available to all.
Here is how YOU can help:
Completing a questionnaire
Passing the questionnaire to others in your organisation or social network
Encouraging those with a particular interest to volunteer for a focus group
Please follow the links for the questionnaire:
The timeframe for completion of this project is very tight and we need responses no later than 16th March 2014, early responses would be greatly appreciated. If you would like any further information about this consultation please contact Sylvia Lamb: email@example.com
We are currently recruiting support workers: for more information see here.
Our colleague and friend Adam Walker died suddenly but peacefully on 26th September 2013. He will be missed greatly. The Guardian have published an obituary written by one of our directors http://www.theguardian.com/society/2013/nov/04/adam-walker-obituary
Triangle's autumn conference
Child friendly justice: A contradiction in terms?
Find out more here.
Triangle’s conference on child friendly justice in October was very well attended and well received:
‘Fantastic conference, really enjoyed it’ Police Trainer
‘brilliantly inspiring’ Lawyer
‘Really useful and thought provoking; great to see some examples of the good work that is going on’ Witness Service Manager
The conference will be repeated in London and Manchester in 2014; register your interest here
See photos and find out about more in our Autumn Enews.
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