Children and young people are being invited to attend holiday-time activities, with free healthy meals, over the Easter break.
If you are a parent carer of a clinically extremely vulnerable child or young person in Devon, you may be eligible for a COVID-19 vaccination.
As Government restrictions ease, the flexibilities to the Direct Payment policy will end at midnight on Sunday 18th April 2021.
Members of Devon’s Youth Parliament met with with key managers and leaders within the DCFP to discuss the results of the Make Your Mark survey and put forward the views of young people on a number of priority topics.
The team have been working hard during the last year to raise awareness among about the importance of speech and language.
These last twelve months, Devon’s frontline youth workers have worked tirelessly to support young people during the pandemic.
We’ve worked closely with our partners to make sure vulnerable families in Devon worst affected by the financial impacts of the pandemic are supported.
Schools have done a tremendous job in building confidence and welcoming pupils back, and we have had some great responses from pupils, parents, headteachers and their staff.
Child exploitation encompasses sexual and criminal exploitation, trafficking, modern slavery and other forms of adolescent vulnerability.