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Young people’s top tips to stay safe online can win an iPad Mini

Thames Valley Police are inviting children and teenagers to help young people stay safe online and be in with the chance of winning an iPad Mini 2. The force are running a competition to find the best ideas to increase awareness about online safety as part of its #ProtectYourWorld campaign this month. Under-18s are being invited
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Review urges healthcare services to improve child safeguarding

A newly-published report from the Care Quality Commission looks at how effectively health services provide safeguarding for children at risk of harm, how they identify and protect children at risk of harm and looked-after children’s health and wellbeing. The report, called Not Seen, Not Heard, is the result of two years of research, drawing on findings
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New Wokingham youth group holds first session

Autism Berkshire is pleased to announce that our new Wokingham youth group will meet for the first time on Saturday this week, July 2. Sessions will take place at Wokingham Youth Centre, in Reading Road, between 1.15pm and 3.15pm. Click here for more details of future meetings on Saturdays until March next year. The group is
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Youth group provision expands to West Berkshire

Autism Berkshire is launching a youth group for West Berkshire as we continue to expand the range of leisure activities for children available outside Reading. The new club will be open to children aged between eight and 17 living in West Berkshire who have a diagnosis of an autism spectrum condition, including Asperger syndrome, or are
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Yoga classes for children, parents and carers return

Yoga and mindfulness classes for children, parents and carers living with autism in Bracknell, Slough and Windsor & Maidenhead are returning after a popular pilot scheme earlier this year. The classes, which are free of charge, resume next week. New participants are welcome to join. The classes are for children aged five to 17 who
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