A SHEFFIELD-based charity which helps people with cerebral palsy is holding a conference involving health specialists, carers and parents around the north of England.
The event, organised by Paces, based at High Green, is on Wednesday, November 14, between 9am and 4pm, at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Wakefield.
Norman Perrin, chief executive and founder of Paces, said: “This is a unique opportunity for specialists and parents to exchange ideas in the light of the new landscape being created by the Government.”
The conference will discuss changes to education, health and social care being introduced by ministers.
■ Places at the event can be booked in advance by visiting www.pacessheffieldconference.org,uk – otherwise, call 0114 284 4488.