Subjects in Brief

15th February 2013 at 00:00

Right track


- Online training about Getting It Right For Every Child (Girfec) has been developed by Perth and Kinross Council and NHS Tayside. It covers how Girfec works, how integrated working can be effective and how public and voluntary sector workers can deliver positive outcomes for children and their families. Girfec partners will roll out the programme to staff.

Two new sites


- Two autism initiatives have been launched by the University of Strathclyde. The Scottish Strategy for Autism website will help the autism community keep up to date; the Autism Network Scotland website will provide information, discussion groups and shared research.;

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