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Babcock LDP have produced this guide to ABSA for parents, carers, students and professionals. Follow the link below.
Riverside StadiumMiddlehaven WayMiddlesbroughTS3 6RS
The club follows in the footsteps of a number of leading retailers around the UK, who have launched similar initiatives to ensure stores are more welcoming for visitors with autism. MFC prides itself on being an inclusive and welcoming…
Captain Cook Birthplace MuseumStewart ParkMarton-in-clevelandMiddlesbroughTS7 8AT
The museum has a quiet hour on the last Sunday of every month. Lights will be lowered, music lowered. Great for those effected by sensory issues.
Middlesbrough has a number of purpose-built Changing Places toilets for disabled people. Changing Places toilets are bigger than standard wheelchair accessible toilets, which don't provide changing benches or hoists, and are too…
2nd Floor Hemlington Health Centre21-25 Viewly Hill CentreHemlingtonMiddlesbroughTS8 9JH
To find out more about opportunities for Children and Young People with a disability, click here to view more services in our Local Offer. The Childrens with Disabilities team include social work team provides the following…
Please see attached a useful information sheet which tells you all about what happens when you go to the hearing clinic to have your hearing checked. Click HERE to view!
Visit the Health for Teens website for lots of useful information for teenagers!
Please see the attached documents (right hand side of this page) for some very useful informaton on the Hearing Impaired and Visually Impaired Services. You will also find information on hearing aids and equipment.
See below and attached to download: