We are now in the process of venturing out into the world with Carebox and have recently signed up for Instagram, Twitter and Facebook to help spread the word about our website. Through this process we’ve made some really interesting initial connections and I’d like to share one of these with you now.
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The manager of a Manchester branch of Asda has introduced a ‘quiet hour’ to help shoppers with autism after witnessing a boy with struggling to cope in the shop because of noise.
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I’ve never been one for watching sport or participating in sport either – I’d even go to say that I’m not a competitive person. I’m of the ‘it’s the taking part that matters’ persuasion, but deep down I do really like to win and succeed at what I do and strive to do my best wherever possible.
Continue reading “World records broken at British Para-swimming trials”
When was the last time you saw disability represented positively in a children’s film, cartoon, or computer game? How about a child’s toy? There are millions of children in the world with disabilities, yet positive representation is hard to come by. Recently we found out about the brilliant #ToyLikeMe campaign.
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