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Buddying and mentoring between non-disabled and disabled young people

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Ofsted good practice example showing how Kent uses buddying and mentoring between non-disabled and disabled young people.


Kent County Council - good practice example

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This example shows how Kent County Council Youth Service works in partnership with Voluntary Action within Kent to provide highly effective buddying and mentoring opportunities between non-disabled and disabled young people.