Medical Needs Teaching Service

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Get me better workshops03 Nov 2016Get me better workshopsGet me better workshops at Leeds Children’s Hospital
Stevie Foster has been working closely with our NHS colleagues to improve the experiences of children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities when they come to hospital. She has provided teaching sessions in the Learning Zone as part of the Get Me Better Workshops run by the Learning Disability Team across the Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust.
Stevie and Gwyneth were also part of the Task and Finish group which produced the Activity Book. Learning Zone staff trialled the Activity Book throughout the Leeds Children’s Hospital and it will be officially launched at the beginning of next year.



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