Day: July 23, 2017

Thetimes.co.uk: PS200m deal for autism schools

Thetimes.co.uk: PS200m deal for autism schools

A specialist education and care provider for people with autism has been snapped up by City investors for more than £200m.

Investment firm Antin Infrastructure Partners has agreed a deal to take over Lincolnshire-based Kisimul, City sources said this weekend. The operator, which runs four boarding schools for people with

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Motherjones.com: Let's Do Something Almost No Republican Senator Has Been Willing to Do: Listen to Real …

Motherjones.com: Let's Do Something Almost No Republican Senator Has Been Willing to Do: Listen to Real …

Republicans in Congress still can’t figure out what they want to do for health care. Despite no consensus among his party, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) promised to bring his latest plan to gut Obamacare to a vote next week, after his first two attempts collapsed without the necessary votes.

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Thetimes.co.uk: Dramatic rise in autism diagnoses hits taxpayers via summer tutors

Thetimes.co.uk: Dramatic rise in autism diagnoses hits taxpayers via summer tutors

Larissa Nolan

The July Provision scheme for autistic children gives them an extra 40 hours of education during school holidays and this is usually provided at their homeALAMY

Providing extra education for autistic children during the summer school holidays cost the state €12.6m last year.

The Department of Education’s

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Falmouthpacket.co.uk: Cadgwith Folk Festival raises PS500 for music therapy

Falmouthpacket.co.uk: Cadgwith Folk Festival raises PS500 for music therapy

The 22nd annual Cadgwith Folk Festival, with its music and dance, “delighted crowds and seagulls alike,” according to its organiser.

Dave Hearn, who is behind the fundraising festival, is delighted at the growing popularity of the event. “The singing, playing, and dancing goes on all day Saturday and now spills

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