Disabled get a champion

7th September 2001 at 01:00
Help for disabled 14-year-olds preparing for the transition from school will be an early priority for the Scottish Consortium for Learning Disability. Lisa Curtice, its newly appointed director, said: "A crucial element is forward planning for people at school." The consortium is made up of 13 voluntary organisations and academic institutions led by Enable, the largest organisation for people with learning disabilities and their carers in Scotland.

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