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Outcomes First Group in the News Jan – March

By 22nd March 2018 No Comments

The following information includes a summary of press coverage we have achieved between January to March relating to new openings, success and more that has been happening across the group.

Options Higford achieves Autism Accreditation Status

Options Higford School are celebrating after being awarded ‘Autism Accreditation’ status for the third consecutive time from The National Autistic Society.

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Autism Awareness Week and Anna Kennedy

Anna Kennedy set up a range of activities during Autism Awareness Week with Heathrow Airport. This included an Autism Sensory Experience Bus for the public to experience sensory overload and Autism with Attitude dance group from Hillingdon Manor School doing flash mobs at the terminals in Heathrow.

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New school opens for children with complex needs

Options Trent Acres based in Kings Bromley, Staffordshire have opened their new co-educational specialist school for children aged 8 to 18 years old.

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Hip hop dance stars turn out to support Autism with Attitude street dance group

Autism with Attitude street dance group caught the attention of some major Hip Hop acts who’ve joined forces to help send the dance group to the United Dance Organisations European championships in Germany by doing a fundraiser evening in the Broadway Theatre in East London. The likes of Unity, UMA, IMD, Definitive, Boy Blue Entertainment and Code 3 all came together for the event.

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It’s all about the individual, By Emma Gosling, Senior Specialist Occupational Therapist

Emma Gosling, Senior Specialist Occupational Therapist at Options Barton, talks about how a person centred approach can make all the difference helping people with autism to develop their personal skills.

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Children in care: more than a label

Head Teacher Tim Rogers from Hillcrest Jubilee School offers insight on supporting looked after children.

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Staff and students from Hillingdon Manor School are featured on The Chrissy B Show

Staff and students from Hillingdon Manor School have been featured on Sky’s Chrissy B Show.  The report explored Lego Therapy and the use of iPads to aid children’s learning and development.

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