Posted May 17, 2013, 07:50:20 pm
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Posted March 13, 2013, 04:23:25 pm
Can I please remind you all that it is now time for you to renew your membership.
we have to do this in accordance with data protection.
if you don't renew your membership we will have to take you off our data base and you will not receive newsletter or any correspondence from us.
it is also important that we keep our details up to date. This is also a requirement from the charities commission to make sure we are providing a service to you.
please download a membership form here http://db.tt/fuvqtHUT and post to address shown on form or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted November 13, 2012, 08:57:56 am
For anyone in the North of the country then these are some event for you not to be missed
Disability Rocks@Christmas will be held at Pudsey Civic Hall on Friday 14th December 2012 and will feature a unique Children’s feature bringing together Makaton signing duo – as seen on CBeebies Something Special and Special Needs Specialist entertainers Shabang!Take a look at the link below
Thursday 29th November ACE Centre North “Network Day”, with free places for those who use AAC , their families and carers
The day incorporates a varied programme including Developments in Brain Computer Interface, Safe Social Networking, Accessing the iPad, Using Clicker 6 to raise literacy standards, Android for AAC, Alan Martin shares his experience of routes to employment for people who use AAC, plus the ever popular 'Whats New' highlighting the latest development in the field of assistive technology. Download programme and booking form
Posted November 06, 2012, 08:00:23 am
Young Epilepsy is the operating name of the National Centre for Young People with Epilepsy (NCYPE), St Piers Lane, Lingfield, Surrey RH7 6PW. Tel: 01342 832 243. Fax: 01342 834 639. www.youngepilepsy.org.uk
Registered Charity No. 311877
Young Epilepsy believes in better futures for all young people with epilepsy.
That’s why, three years ago, we started our Champions Campaign to help improve health and education services for young people with epilepsy. We have worked with and trained some fantastic health, education and social care professionals from across the UK who share our vision and commitment.
We have also met and worked with so many young people with epilepsy who are a constant inspiration to us.
Now we want to recognise and celebrate all that work.
The inaugural Young Epilepsy Champions Awards will recognise the outstanding contribution made by young people, professionals and organisations towards improving awareness and understanding about epilepsy.
Our Champions Awards will be presented by star of TVs Waterloo Road, Philip Martin-Brown on Purple Day (26 March) 2013 at a ceremony in London’s Living Room, City Hall.
But we need your help.
If you have an inspiring story about an individual or an organisation that has really helped to make a difference, why not nominate them today.
Click here to read more about the categories and nominate online today
Download the new FREE Young Epilepsy app, developed especially for young people with epilepsy, their parents and carers, at youngepilepsy.org.uk/app
Young Epilepsy Champions Awards 2013 – nominate someone you know today.
Posted October 25, 2012, 09:11:53 pm
Phil Riches who wrote an article for our last newsletter called "Food for Thought" was on last nights Channel 4 program you can watch this again on 4oD link below