Project My Time & Project Term Time

Project My Time & Project Term Time from Diverse Abilities Plus

By: Diverse Abilities Plus  10/02/2011
Keywords: education, children, SUPPORT

Project My Time and Project Term Time provides holiday fun, giving children with severe disabilities the same leisure and fun opportunities as their peers can enjoy.

Keywords: child, children, disabilities, disability, donation, donations, education, learning disability, Physical Disability, Raise Awareness, social care, SUPPORT

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