Devon County Council is proposing to launch an enhanced scheme from this autumn on a trial basis using a new parking permit. This will allow care and health workers visiting people (children and families and patients) at home to additionally use yellow lines in certain circumstances for up to an hour.
Take this survey to help us understand if the current strategy to end sexual violence and domestic violence and abuse is working, and where it can be improved.
Can we do more effectively support recovery from early life trauma and build on the resilience and fortitude of these young people to enable them to be successful and happy adults in our community?
The group is keen that more young people can learn about how to get involved and their right to have a say in the decisions that affect them.
Take part in research on how professionals treat children with special educational needs and disability to help them manage toileting.
Devon County Council’s deputy leader and Cabinet member for schools, James McInnes, is helping to lead the coalition as national chairman of the fair funding group f40.
More than £1 million is to be spent on improving special needs education in Devon. Devon County Council’s Cabinet approved the investment at its meeting on Wednesday 10 July.
Transferring young people with complex needs from a Consultant Paediatrician to a Consultant Adult Physician.
The NSPCC has published its annual ‘How safe are our children?’ report. This year the report focuses on online child abuse.