Research and analysis

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

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.

Published 31 January 2013