A success for the free E-learning for Croydon residents and professionals
500 people in Croydon have now passed the Autism Awareness e-learning course that was developed with Croydon parents and carers. The 500+ come from a range of backgrounds and include 30 Croydon minicab drivers and over 30 staff, students and parents at Norbury Manor Business and Enterprise College. The 500thsuccess was a foster carer of a pupil at St Giles. Click here to access this free E-learning opportunity.
Emotional Well Being support for children and young people in Croydon
Our representative on the Children and Families' Partnership Board Karen Stott (Off the Record) together with our Health and Well Being Board representative Kim Bennet (Croydon Drop In) delivered a brief presentation on voluntary sector emotional well being services for children and young people at the October meeting of the Children and Families' Partnership Board. It meant to provide information on their organisations' services as well as some examples of other local provision in the sector. See the presentation here.