There will be at least two Herts Young People of the Year.
Parents are “devastated” by the decision to close a Watford care centre which looks after severely disabled children and teenagers.
Nascot Lawn Respite Centre, in Langley Road, provides respite care for families of some of the county’s most disabled young people.
Our team comprises of highly qualified and experienced Paediatric Occupational Therapist’s and Paediatric Speech and Language Therapists Enables people with any disability to control their own lives.
Essex County Council support and information for families.
Herts Action on Disability’s (HAD) will hold an Easter Egg hunt and a raffle, with the star attraction being a giant Swiss chocolate egg, weighing over 10kg.
The event at the Old Bell in Harpenden also includes an egg hunt in the pub’s garden, starting at 2pm.
At The Level Best Art Café we aim to provide quality work and life skills training for people with learning disabilities.
Provides support to families who have a child or children with any type of additional need.
Either prize can be won by an individual or group and the winners have to invest most of their winnings in their good cause but can keep £100 to treat themselves. Annie, of Crusader Way, Watford, was nominated by Laura Green, team leader for the Hertfordshire Young Carers Service.