Block A, Centre House
Thursday 12th April 2012
Parents and carers of disabled children can tap into information through a new website.
Action For Children's Hawthorn project in Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, has launched the website which provides information on services available to those caring for disabled children, bringing together resources from other agencies.
The charity will also be offering information to young people and professionals about the Hawthorn project.
The project works with children and young people with disabilities and their families throughout Pembrokeshire.
Charlotte Phillips, Action For Children key worker, said: "It's great for parents, professionals and young people to have all the information they need at their fingertips.
"Our new website also showcases the Hawthorn project's continuing excellent work with children and young people with disabilities and their families."
The website will feature a what's on section, details on parenting courses, information packs for parents and carers, and a who's who section featuring staff and volunteers.
Visit the website at http://www.hawthornproject.co.uk.
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