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The KIDS facility in Wylde Green runs short break services for youngsters, allowing parents and carers a much-needed respite.
A spokesman said on Wednesday that "regret the inadvertent anxiety and " caused to parents following an just a week before Christmas a review of the services would be taking He added: "To date we have had productive with a significant number of service users/families and appreciate commitment to participation in the "In order to facilitate this ongoing and review process it has been agreed an external review of short break services be commissioned.
54m Welsh Assembly Government funding to support local short break services for disabled children, young people and their families.
A SCHEME to showcase MG and Rover products at the Oxford Welcome Break service area on the M40 has proved so successful that the project is being expanded.
We break service providers' dependency on legacy or vertical applications traditionally closed to the integration of products and services such as Voice over IP, Unified Messaging, Operator Services, Interactive Voice Response, or Text-to-Speech.
Lbr th Ww h It takes the number run from Welcome Break service sites to 26, and will open 365 days a year from 7am to 10pm.
Before we went to the short break service, I didn't have any time to myself to do anything, even things like shopping and housework were done when my son was asleep as during the day he needed my attention all of the time.
NISSAN and its partner Ecocity are fitting 13 more rapid charging points in Welcome Break service stations on UK motorways.
A SHORT break service for disabled youngsters in Northumberland has won a glowing accolade.
Crossroads Care Gateshead has launched a new Take a Break service funded through NHS South of Tyne and Wear.
The Dhol Foundation played the drums at the Welcome Break Service Station on J2 of the M42.
A carers' emergency break service was launched in December 2008, enabling carers to receive support if they are unable to carry out their role.