Research and analysis

Using partnerships to promote achievement for young disabled people

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Ofsted good practice example showing how achievement for young disabled people in Liverpool is promoted through innovative partnerships.

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Merseyside Youth Association - good practice example.doc

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Liverpool Youth Service and the Merseyside Youth Association Achievement use innovative partnership arrangements to promote achievement for young disabled people in Liverpool. Specialist practitioners set targets for young disabled people and ensure they receive the support they require to reach their goals and have fun.