Listings in Nutrition & Diet and LEA Specialist Further Education Colleges
Blackfriars Academy FE - Bucknall
An FE Academy providing education for pupils aged 16-19 years and to a small group of pupils aged 19-21 years. With a highly differentiated programme of study for pupils with a range of physical, learning, medical and sensory needs.
Castle Grove, off Newhouse Road, Bucknall
Stoke on Trent, England ST2 8BH
DICE-DIsability Inclusion In Community Education
Courses suitable for adults with either: An experience of mental health issues A physical/sensory impairment and/or an acquired brain injury A learning difficulty. Recreational courses are also available for adults with high support needs.
Severn Road Adult Centre,
Cardiff, Wales CF11 9DZ
Pendle Community College
Pendle Community High School and college (PCHS&C) is a state co-educational special school for pupils aged 11 19 years with generic learning needs.
Pendle Vale Campus, Oxford Road, Nelson, Lancashir
Nelson, England BB9 8LF
New Hopes Nutrition
The aim of nutritional therapy is to help individuals reach their optimal health. It strives to achieve this by providing a health plan using diet, lifestyle and where indicated nutritional supplements. Susan Davies Nutritional Therapist
Bournemouth, England SP6 1JD
Uffculme School - Post 16
Uffculme is an all age special school situated in the Kings Heath area of south Birmingham. Our school grounds are extensive and incorporate acres of parkland. All children have a diagnosis of an Autistic Spectrum Disorder.
40 Russell Road, Moseley, Birmingham
Birmingham, England B13 8RE
Orgran: Health & Nutrition
In 1984, the two brothers recognised a need in the market place to cater for those with food allergies – and so, the ORGRAN Health & Nutrition brand was established. Specialising in natural, gluten and allergy free foods.
47-53 Aster Ave Carrum Downs AUSTRALIA
Birmingham Food Refusal Services
When a child refuses foods, mealtimes can become a source of anxiety and dread for parents and an unhappy time for the child. Parents may worry about the child’s dietary intake and weight, and fear that they may become ill.