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It’s time to REACH your potential

CHORLEY and South Ribble’s Disability Awareness REACH event will be bigger and better than ever, say the organisers.

Help for deaf readers ‘must be stepped up’

PUBLISHERS should do more to support deaf children to learn to read effectively, says the boss of a book store that champions deaf people’s rights.

3,000 deafblind children losing out on vital help

THREE out of four children who are deafblind – as many as 3,000 children – are missing out by not receiving the right support.

Shadow education secretary Twigg gives a helping hand

SHADOW Education Secretary Stephen Twigg is giving a big helping hand to your free disability charity paper All Together NOW!

Young lifesavers!

A SALFORD-based charity is helping to teach pupils across the country how they can save the lives of friends who suffer a heart attack.

Search is on for region’s deaf champions

THE hunt is on for the UK's finest deaf communicators.

‘Teenagers are losing hope…’

NEARLY one in three young people with special educational needs at 16 are not in any form of education, employment or training two years later.

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