Sunday 6th October was World Cerebral Palsy (CP) Day. As well as being an opportunity to raise awareness of CP, it is also an amazing way to celebrate and show pride in the lives and achievements of those with the condition and the people and
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by Luke Thompson
At Pace we believe that early intervention is essential for children with motor disorders to have the best opportunity in life. This includes having early access to powered wheelchairs which give children the chance to independently move.
World Cerebral Palsy Day is a movement of people with cerebral palsy (CP) and their families, and the organisations that support them, in more than 65 countries.
Its vision is to ensure that children and adults with CP have the same rights, access and opportunities as
We are proud to share our 2017 Strategy and Impact report with you.
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Strategy and Impact report Final May 30th 2017
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George has PVL four limb cerebral palsy with total body involvement. He was born 13 weeks early. There were complications, and as we had lost twins at 21 weeks our consultant needed to deliver our baby for him to
Amanda Richardson, Chief Executive of Pace, Aylesbury and co-founder and Chief Executive of Action Cerebral Palsy, has been awarded an MBE in the Queen’s birthday honours list 2017, for services to Special Educational Needs.
Commenting on this announcement, Amanda said: “I feel so honoured to have
Go- Givers is a child-led citizenship project that aims to support pupils in identifying, researching and addressing a cause by developing an awareness – raising campaign, fundraising or taking direct action. It presents an opportunity for them to make a different to their local community
We are proud to share the news that Pace won a “Highly Commended” award for our work in Alternative and Augmentative Communication recently at the Shine a Light awards in London. Pace employees Laurel and Ali attended the ceremony and were delighted to bring back
Last month the children and staff came to school dressed as their favourite book characters to celebrate World Book Day. We saw appearances from Peppa Pig, Fireman Sam, Little Miss Sunshine and more! We had a brilliant day reading our favourite stories, learning about the
Ofsted has rated Pace Outstanding for the fifth consecutive time! The visit that took place between 29th November and 1st December 2016 enabled Pace staff to showcase how our integrated curriculum, expertise and belief in every child's ability to achieve, positively impacts on the progression