Sharon’s Story

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Growing up with a brother with Noonans Sharon Allsopp, our deputy chair was four years old when her brother Richard was born. He was the third to be born to their parents and having had two healthy girls, they assumed … Continued

Richard’s Story

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Growing up with Noonans has affected Richard Allsopp’s education, social life and achievements. But he’s gone through mainstream school, completed a degree, enjoyed a varied career and lived on his own for many years. Here’s his story. Richard is the … Continued

Career guidance for SEND

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Every young person – whatever their circumstances – relies on world class career guidance to be able to make the right choices for their future. This publication from the Gatsby Education and the Careers and Enterprise Company & Disability Rights … Continued

Running for Mark

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Matthew has set himself a personal challenge of running the London Marathon to honour his brother and to provide an on-going legacy for Mark through the Noonan Syndrome Association. He needs your support. I’m running the London Marathon in April … Continued