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Nottinghamshire County Council Market Position Statement 2019/21

Date Published: 03/07/2019
The purpose of this document is to provide key market intelligence, which will be useful to existing and potential providers in making business and investment decisions. It should act as a starting point for discussions between providers and the County Council by highlighting the social…

First Steps - British Blind Sport

Date Published: 06/06/2019
First Steps is a fun, multi-skills (the ABC’s of movement – Agility, Balance and Coordination)  based resource targeting inactive 3-11 year olds with a visual impairment. The aim of the project is to get young people with a Visual Impairment (VI) engaged in physical activity…

Windrush Compensation Scheme – applications now open

Date Published: 22/05/2019
The Government has launched their compensation scheme to address issues experienced by the Windrush generation. Anyone who has suffered loss or impacts on their life due to not having documents to demonstrate their right to live in the UK may be eligible. The compensation covers…

Self Neglect and Adult Safeguarding: Responding to Self Neglect & Hoarding

Date Published: 16/05/2019
Friday 27 September 2019De Vere West One Conference Centre, London “Self-neglect is often hidden from view and can lead to life changing social and health concerns which can sometimes be fatal.” Professor Michael Preston-Shoot, Professor Emeritus at Bedfordshire University, 2018 “Self Neglect covers a wide range…

Have your say on childcare

Date Published: 13/05/2019
Are you a parent/carer of a child living in Nottinghamshire? If so, we want to hear your views on childcare. The information you provide will give us an insight into what parents and carers truly need, and what obstacles you face when looking for, and accessing…

Child health information

Date Published: 24/04/2019
NHS Digital has announced the launch of a new service which enables access to child health information by health professionals and parents at the point of care.  The National Events Management Service has initially launched in North East London and allows parents and health professionals…

Chat, Play, Read Campaign to Support Literacy in Daily Routines

Date Published: 23/04/2019
The Department for Education has announced it will launch a new campaign later this year to support parents to incorporate ways to ‘chat, play and read’ with their children into their daily routines. To find out more visit: https://literacytrust.org.uk/news/chat-play-read-campaign-announced-encourage-learning-home/

APTCOO's Discovery Day

Date Published: 18/04/2019
Join us for our Discovery Day 

Supporting young parents

Date Published: 10/04/2019
The Local Government Association has published Supporting young parents to reach their full potential.  This document contains case studies showing how local councils, sometimes working in collaboration with CCGs, can make a difference to young parents and ensure they get the help they need.

The Government has set out plans for a register of children not in school, enabling councils to act effectively if they have concerns for a child's education.

Date Published: 05/04/2019
Landmark proposals for a register of all children not being educated in school, including those being taught at home, have been set out by Education Secretary Damian Hinds today (Tuesday 2 April). The Government is consulting on proposals which will, for the first time, provide a clear…

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