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Helping disabled young people through work-placement schemes

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Ofsted good practice example showing how Whizz-Kidz gives disabled children and young people greater independence.


Whizz-Kidz - good practice example.doc

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This example focuses on opportunities for young people to develop employability skills through a work-placement scheme. Whizz-Kidz gives disabled children and young people greater independence to help them enjoy a more active childhood and get more out of life.