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Responsive youth club work for young people with learning and physical disabilities

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Ofsted good practice example showing how Rochdale Youth Service’s Saturday Club helps young people with learning and physical disabilities.

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Rochdale Youth Service - good practice example.doc

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This example explains how a close multi-agency partnership approach to working with local schools and voluntary organisations is integral to building positive relationships with young people with disabilities.