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Epigenome of neural stem cells and high grade gliomas
Identifying the differences between tumour stem cells and normal stem cells in the brain.
Inflammatory Macrophages in Accelerated Atherosclerosis
To identify the role of the immune system in accelerating atherosclerosis during chronic kidney disease.
National Clinical Trials Programme
Aims to develop a nationwide research infrastructure to increase the number of surgical clinical trials in the UK.
Children Will Shine Project
Two Children Will Shine projects in Bracknell and York, offering subsidised tuition to disadvantaged backgrounds who have dyslexia or literacy issues.
World of Work Project
Employment opportunities for young people with learning disabilities.
Touch to See Book Clubs Programme
Adapted, tactile 'touch to see' books for blind and partially sighted children & adults.
Pilot Northern Peer Support Group (in Liverpool or Manchester)
Peer Support group for parents of children with mental health problems.
Children in Focus Project
Engaging with schools and families who support children with multiple disabilities and sight loss.
Voices for Families - Legal and Advocacy Support Service
Providing a helpline, legal advice clinics and in-depth legal support to enable families to have a greater say about the care and support provided for their children.
Increasing the number of audio books available in audio library for people with sight problems, dyslexia or disabilities that prevent them from reading printed books.
Family and Bereavement Support Worker
Family Support Service to address social and emotional challenges faced by families with children who have end stage heart disease.
Wizzybugs Powered Wheelchairs
Building 9 additional 'Wizzybug' powered wheelchairs for disabled children under 5.
Sensory Dementia Garden and Stroke Rehabilitation Garden
Dementia Care sensory garden and a Stroke and Neuro-rehabilitation garden to enhance patient care and recovery.
Intensive Interaction Sessions
Intensive Interaction sessions designed to help people with severe learning disabilities and complex needs to communicate and express themselves.
The Personal Safety Plan
Project which works with children and young people aged 9-16 who have experienced domestic abuse and are presenting behavioural challenges, aiming to promote safe, healthy relationships.
Children and Young People Services
Mentoring to help young people from disadvantaged backgrounds understand the consequences of high risk behaviours.
Grant to support a stonemasonry apprentice at Canterbury Cathedral
Apprenticeship for a young stonemason at Canterbury Cathedral.
Student Residential Campus for 7-16 year olds
Furnishing a Student Residential Campus for students with speech and language impairments.
Wheelchair Accessible Accommodation
Installing ceiling hoists in adapted bedrooms for people with disabilities taking part in outdoor activity breaks.