A new online autism training programme is now available for multi-agency practitioners working with young people on the autism spectrum.
Our youth services are continuing to strengthen their digital offering and want to hear your thoughts and ideas on how they and improve.
Mark Your Mark allows 11-18 year olds to have their say on the issues that mean the most to them. Voting is opening throughout November.
The Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists wants to find out how COVID-19 has affected access to speech and language therapy.
If your income has changed and you’re struggling to pay for basic household essentials, support is available.
Led by Devon’s Youth Parliament, Greener Devon Week highlighted the issue of climate change and promoted green ideas to help save the environment.
We want to know what information or advice children and young people need right now, so that we can provide the right guidance for them in the right way.
Build Back Better for Devon’s care leavers connected care-experienced young people with senior managers and leaders from across the Devon Children and Families Partnership, so that Devon’s decision makers could hear first-hand the lived experiences and needs of care leavers.
If you know someone who is worrying about money and how to pay for basic household essentials, please encourage them to apply for extra assistance through funding that we have made available via District Council’s hardship funds.