No Wrong Door 2010 www.yor-ok.org.uk/nowrongdoor
 
 
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  1. 1. No Wrong Door 2010 www.yor-ok.org.uk/nowrongdoor
  2. 4. Are you in the loop? The YorOK Workforce Newsletter is a new bi-monthly eNewsletter, produced by the YorOK Children's Trust for everyone in the YorOK Workforce. The newsletter is full of useful—and we hope interesting—articles, to share information across the partnership. You can subscribe to the YorOK Workforce Newsletter online, or see previous issues. You can also sign up today by visiting the YorOK website stand at the marketplace. www.yor-ok.org.uk/workforcenewsletter
  3. 5. York Family Information Service York Family Information Service has had two reasons to celebrate recently! First we had our tenth birthday and then we were awarded with a new national quality award! YorkFIS was amongst the first in the country to be given the new Families First quality award. York Family Information Service provides free and impartial information to all mums, dads and carers of 0-19 year olds (up to 25 with a disability or additional need). www.yor-ok.org.uk/fis
  4. 6. No Wrong Door Marketplace There are thousands of services and groups that work with and for children, young people, mums, dads and carers in York. The market place is a chance to get to meet some of these services and the people involved. The marketplace challenge… Try and talk to at least five services that you have never spoken to before! www.yor-ok.org.uk/nowrongdoor
  5. 7. Catalyst—Family Intervention Project Have you heard of FIP but you're not sure what it is? Catalyst, York's Family Intervention Project, is aimed at families experiencing problems that are known to be significant predictors of Anti-Social Behaviour, Child Poverty, Youth Offending and other poor outcomes. Visit us at the marketplace to find out more. www.yor-ok.org.uk/catalyst
  6. 8. No Wrong Door 2010 9:00 Registration – refreshments 9:30 Fountains Lecture Theatre Welcome, Sue Metcalfe, Chair Yor-Ok Board 9:40 Christine Davies CBE (Director of C4EO) ‘Children at Risk - What it takes to narrow the gap’ 10:25 Project 92 – Supporting young people in York 10:40 Workshops – set 1 11:45 Interactive Market Place – Temple Hall 12:15 Lunch – Main Dining Hall During lunchtime there will a showing of a DVD The Fear Factory on the Youth Justice system 1:15 Workshops – set 2 2:25 Fountains Lecture Theatre Young Carers Revolution 2:40 Pete Dwyer – Director Children’s Services Early Intervention in York 3:05 Maggie Atkinson – Children’s Commissioner for England. Challenges practitioners and services face while keeping the rights of children at the forefront of their practice. 4:00 Close www.yor-ok.org.uk/nowrongdoor
  7. 9. Disability Equality Training Our web-based training courses are designed to introduce you to disability equality and give a greater understanding of how inclusive practices can be promoted to break down barriers that disabled children and young people may face. www.disabilitytrainingyork.org

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