Young people who suffer from severe disabilities are celebrating awards for a range of achievements in fields including art, music and politics.
Ten people from Barnet were handed prizes by North Finchley-based Aidexcel support services, which provides advocacy training and one-to-one support for people with disabilities.
The presentations took place at the Barnet United Reformed Church, in Wood Street, where the winners displayed their work and gave presentations on their achievements.
Barnet Mayor Lisa Rutter was the special guest at the event, which took place on the 22nd of April, 2012.
Development director and founder Faith Unoarumhi said:
Speaking in Parliament yesterday the Secretary of State for Health (Mr Andrew Lansley) announced that he has laid before Parliament the Government
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There is a new guide to the legal rights of disabled children and their families in England and Wales. The handbook can act as a key lever for campaigning and is now available to read online. It covers topics such as education, health, social care and housing.
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