1. Full of Life - Documentary

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    This is a short Documentary, giving a flavour of what we do at Full of Life. Full of Life is a charitable organisation, which has provided vital support to children and adults with disabilities and their families, for over 20 years. Throughout the years, our organisation has seen significant developments. We began as a coffee morning support group for parents of disabled children, and now we provide a range of professional advice and support services. These services are independent and practical, and it is clear from our feedback that we are also trustworthy - the gold standard in our eyes. One of the gems of our organisation is Full of Life's Service for Young People with Complex Needs. This service has won awards for excellence, and consistently provides a service that is not only fun, but is also a place for continual learning, personal development and new experiences. What is clear from this Documentary, is that at the core of Full of Life is the well being of the families we support. We continue to work to shape and develop our services to meet the ever changing and unique needs of our families, as they are our reason for being. If you have been inspired by our documentary and you would like to Donate to Full of Life, please use the following link on our MyDonate Page! https://mydonate.bt.com/charities/fulloflife You can also use MyDonate to set up a fundraising profile, or to sponsor fundraisers. Please note that unlike other donation sites, 100% of all donations will be sent to the chosen recipient! For further information about Full of Life please see our website: www.fulloflifekc.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/fullofliferbkc Twitter: twitter.com/FOLKCINFO Or contact us directly on 0208 962 9994 / info@fullfoflifekc.om

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    • Hear My Voice Voting Event 6-3-15

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      Hear My Voice is a national campaign from Mencap to get politicians to hear the voices of people with learning disabilities. Mencap and Gateshead People got together to host a voting event to encourage people with learning disabilities in Gateshead to get registered and vote in the coming election.

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      • Avant Garde Media Studio presents LiFT University

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        ( Don't forget to check out Jordan's performance at the end of the video! ) LiFT University is designed for neuro-diverse students who can benefit from the college experience, including those with intellectual disabilities, developmental delays, autism, and a variety of learning disabilities. This video gives you a look inside the people that run the school and some of the students that are attending. They touch on bullying, problems involved with having a neuro disorder, what they learn in class and how it has helped them personally attending a school that allows them to work in a way designed for them personally with a zero bullying tolerance. If you're interested in having your child attend LiFT, please visit their website at http://www.liftacademy.org/ Filmed and Edited by Jenn Elizabeth of Avant Garde Media Studio Audio by Jason Henne of Avant Garde Media Studio www.avantgardems.com Autism Awareness

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        • "Walk a Mile in Their Shoes" webinar with Kristin Barbour

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          This free 90-minute webinar with Kristin Barbour, Executive Director for the National Institute for Learning Development (NILD), presents participants with a unique exploration of the characteristics of learning disabilities such as dyslexia. Participants will engage in tasks that explore learning activities based on auditory and visual perceptual skills. Research has indicated that auditory and visual discrimination, memory, figure-ground, and attention significantly impact learning. When perceptual vulnerabilities are present students can appear disinterested in learning or worse, choose to engage in inappropriate behaviors in order to shift the focus from their learning challenges. The information you will learn in this webinar includes: -Identifying three phases of the learning process -Recognizing auditory and visual processing skills needed to learn and their impact on classroom performance -Differentiating classroom behavioral problems, low motivation, and learning disabilities -Learning classroom strategies and home activities to develop processing skills

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          • Connecting the Dots: What an Evaluation Should Look Like

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            This free one-hour webinar is ideal for specialists who work with students with learning differences-- and will also be of great interest to parents. Dr. Michael Hart shares how and why psychoeducational evaluations should be a key cornerstone to creating a plan for remediation. Insights and key take-aways from this informative session include: -How language processing and cognitive processing testing are critical to effective planning. -It’s not just about test scores. . . it’s about describing the child as a whole person. -Descriptive evaluations allow us to ask clear, behaviorally-based questions about a child’s strengths and weaknesses. -Examples of common questions around interpreting the test scores and common patterns.

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            • CampKirk Summer 2014 #campkirk

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              A positive overnight camping experience could mean the difference between succeeding and struggling in life. Why? Because summer camp is the most effective place to build and develop social skills, confidence, and friendships- all of which are vital to a child's development. With a very high staff to camper ratio (32 to 36), we offer a very nurturing, supportive and non-competitive environment. This allows us to emphasize our campers’ strengths, rather than their challenges, and offers the kids with as many opportunities to shine as possible. Fun and activities are of greatest importance for your child at Camp Kirk. We discover and nurture your child's talents and abilities and we do it at his/her own pace. Through our adventure-based programming and through a daily routine of activities we provide a supportive space for kids to takes safe risks, which ultimately boosts confidence and self-esteem.

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              • Red Marsh School - Students on work related learning in the local community

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                Young people aged between 16 -19 years of age at Red Marsh School learn in a range of contrasting off-site opportunities. The curriculum is designed to provide students with the opportunities to apply their skills and knowledge outside the classroom. A full range of supporting enrichment lessons support this: • Working towards Bronze Duke of Edinburgh award • Keeping fit • RE • Music, dance and drama • Volunteer work • Inclusion links with the wider community including local business, shops, leisure centres, community groups and clubs • Visiting speakers from the local community • Residential opportunities For more details, contact the Headteacher at Red Marsh School: http://www.redmarsh.lancs.sch.uk

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                • Red Marsh School : : Transition into Adulthood - College Links

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                  Alison Brown, the school's Deputy Head and FE Leader, explains the transition into adulthood for young people with learning disabilities. The students are filmed on a Beauty course at Blackpool and Fylde College. A core feature for success in special needs education is the essential need to deliver an outstanding life skills programme. This serious of videos shows the extensive community links that help facilitate this for the Red Marsh pupils.

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                  • Twice Exceptional 2E Child

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                    Brainworks Director, Carla Crutsinger, discusses how to spot and accommodate a twice exceptional child. http://www.brainworks.info

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                    • Reaching for Words

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                      Anne and her daughter Gracie both have dyslexia. Anne grew up with educational challenges; now she’s raising Gracie to understand and be empowered by dyslexia. Produced by Stephanie Strauss Salt Institute for Documentary Studies © 2014

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