Resource listing - Young People and Children
A Day In My Shoes - Handout
A Day In My Shoes was a project run by Disability Resource Centre which was designed and aimed at young people. This hand-out contains a summary of the main issues discussed in a session of A Day In My Shoes including: what is disability?; Language; Attitudes; Empathy; and FREDA.
Ending Gang And Youth Violence - Voluntary and Community Sector Prospectus
Birmingham City Council Ending Gang and Youth Violence Programme Funding Availability
Facing Up To Disability Bullying - A Resource and Training Guide for Young People
Facing Up To Disability Bullying is a resource and training guide aimed at young people, teachers and youth leaders. The guide was produced following a project in 2015 funded by National Express Foundation..
From Child to Adult
A guide to disability, transition and family finance. Published by Working Families - 2011.
Post-14 transitions – A survey of the social activity and social networking of blind and partially sighted young people: Technical Report
February 2012 Rachel Hewett, Graeme Douglas, Adam Ramli, Sue Keil* Visual Impairment Centre for Teaching and Research (VICTAR), Department of Disability Inclusion and Special Needs (DISN), School of Education, University of Birmingham This research project was designed in 2009 by a team from RNIB and VICTAR (Visual Impairment Centre for Teaching and Research at the University of Birmingham) in response to the Research Brief prepared by RNIB: “Longitudinal study from age 14 of blind and partially sighted young people in the UK”. The key objectives of the project are: 1. To track the process of transition for blind and partially sighted young people from age 14 for five years 2. To identify the roles of professionals involved 3. To identify the factors that improve or reduce a young person’s chance of gaining employment