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Pictures from the Through the Maze open day

Thank you for everyone who came to the Through the Maze Open Day at Connect in the North. Here are some pictures from the day.     

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Pictures from this years learning disability picnic

Here are some pictures from the learning disability picnic         

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Through the Maze Open Day – Tuesday 11th July 2017

Through The Maze Open Day – Tuesday 11th July  10:30AM – 2:00PM Do you need to find out about services in Leeds for people with learning difficulties? Do you want to find out about accessible events and activities happening inRead On


Webwise – Being Safe Online Training for people with learning difficulties

Free Training for people with learning disabilities who live in Leeds Wednesday 16th August 2017 10:30AM – 12:30PM Do you go on Facebook, shop online, or surf the internet? This 1/2 day course will show you how to do itRead On

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Cultural Awareness with Rooots

Rooots ran a new course for Connect in the North on 22nd March. If you would like to find out more about the training contact Cathy 0113 270 32 33. Here are some pictures from the training.

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Annual General Meeting

We had our Annual General Meeting on 6th December. It was followed by a disco with music by Oliver Sutton. Here are some pictures of the meeting.                           Read On


Pictures from the ‘How to find a House’ Event

Thank you to everyone who spoke and came to the ‘How to Find a House Event’ The event wouldn’t have been such a success without – Michael Camponi George Stephenson Andrew Garrick Kenneth Fletcher Jayne Knight


We’ve Got Pride – Variety Show

10 people performed at We’ve Got Pride. They all got trophies and certificates. There were singers, a comedian, impressionist, keyboard player and a dancer. Paul Zulu was voted the winner. His name will be put on the big shield. ThenRead On


Accessible Information Standard Resources

Your Health Matters have created some great resources for providers to use. Their website looks at – What is the Accessible Information Standard? What is accessible information? What is easy read? Click on the link below to go to their websiteRead On


Person Centred Thinking Training

Person Centred Thinking Training – We provide free training for  family carers and staff supporting someone with learning difficulties in Leeds.We run a number of different workshops 3 times a year. The training includes – Support Planning for Providers 1 Page ProfilesRead On