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Special United Next Event Thursday 13th June

McDonalds Evening 13th June 5 – 6.45pm at the Avenue School, Conwy Close, Tilehurst RG30 4BZ

Special United evenings are open to any Reading Borough young people who have Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities aged 11 -25 years old and their siblings

Deborah Hunter, the new Service Manager for Special Educational Needs and Disabilities and Principal Educational Psychologist will be joining us to ask what young people want from the new Mental Health Support Teams that are being set up.

Adult Social Care will be coming to ask young people’s views about the new policy for transferring to adult social care and an information booklet about preparing for adulthood. Tell us what you think!

£10 AMAZON VOUCHERS for all young people who take part!! – Plus free McDonald’s takeaway!!

Come and join us for a fun event! Learn more about local services for you. Give your opinions & feedback & shape the future!! Meet other young people and make new friends!                       

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Who to contact

Contact Name
Lisa Harry

Where to go

The Avenue School
Conwy Close
RG30 4BZ

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Thursday 13th June
Time of day
Session Information

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