Pleas can you Share guys My Company FILM VOLT are delighted to to announce in Partnership with Breakneck Prods Graeae Theatre Company and the National Theatre and to celebration we are very Proud to announce the Trailer release of the Behind The Scenes that covers the Ground Braking First ever production at the National Theatre in spring 2016 with Jack Thorne’s The Solid Life of Sugar Water, which played a sell-out run in the Temporary Theatre following a critically acclaimed run at the 2015 Edinburgh Festival Fringe and a UK tour. This production not only marked the first time Graeae Theatre Company had been seen at the National Theater, but also the first time a led theatre company, with a fully accessible production, had been seen on one of the National’s stages. The production starred ITV as Alice, and The Innocents on Netflix as Phil, and was directed by Graeae’s Associate Director Sharma. Theatre Royal Plymouth co-produced the production with Graeae.with veteran Co Producer Simon Gilchrist known for BBC Panorama and Lee Friend A full Press releases and will be announced next week with more details so keep an eye out. https://vimeo.com/416386733
Tourettes Action are offering this course to therapists/clinicians who will be able to offer Treatment for Tics (CBIT) which is used for children and adults with tics and Tourettes Syndrome (TS). Tourettes Action recognise that there is a critical shortage of trained therapists for people with tics and TS and in order to address this has embarked on this training initiative https://www.tickettailor.com/events/tourettes-action/238932
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Please do not become involved with AS 452, you need to know the politics first. ADUK do not like us training our dogs and if you think writing disabled people - ensuring they can handle their dogs is acceptable to send to EHRC to bring their assistance dog guidance down then I wonder about your ethics.
Just because we are disabled doesn't mean we cannot train our own assistance dogs, that mitigate our disability. Assistance Dogs in law are Auxiliary aids and the BSI will violate Equality Act and Equality Act code practice
An example: The vast majority of cyclist are not disabled, yet the cyclist -v- pedestrian accidents are frightening high, into the thousands each year including deaths. Is anyone trying to put a BSI on cyclist, controlling them, registering them, recording them as being able to mange their bikes!
There's no laws for any dogs in service providers premises, its up to the service provider if they want to accept dogs or not, so why must we be marked stamped, approved, validated, while non disabled go about their business, unchecked, why us disabled user that train our own dogs are subjected to this awful BSI
would you work with people who signed a letter that says this.
Disabled people - ensuring they can handle their dogs.
Pg 12 states “Disabled people who are partnered with assistance dogs may also receive expert training to ensure that they can handle their dogs”. Whilst the careful use of the word ‘may’ here is accurate, this statement is also misleading.
What does a business/service provider understand by the word ‘partnered’? How would they know if the dog was specifically partnered to the person by an Assistance Dog provider, given no burden of proof is required?
Whilst all AD (UK) providers do provide expert training to persons, this may not be true for other providers.
Not all owner-trainers will have the skills / knowledge to be able to sufficiently handle their dogs.
Training for the dog-handler team to reach a set standard is only a guaranteed requirement from AD(UK) organisations. This includes other aspects beyond handling such as: understanding dog related legislation; having public liability insurance, routine checks and ongoing reviews and assessments of the partnership being conducted. Both the person’s and the dog’s ability to work to the required safe standard can change over time.
There is no such guarantees for dogs provided by other organisations, nor for owner-trained dogs.
So its only disabled people who send their dog to rescue centres because we can't handle our dogs, who check non disabled, why us, why must we be subjected to all this checking. what next sterilize us, if we cant handle a dog, surely we can't handle babies and children
Before any decision please speak with us, we can tell you the politics around ADUK and owner trained. This is to have absolute control