Only two years ago, a PS100,000 state-of-the-art bedroom and wet room extension at Monksfield was funded through the Government's three-year Aiming High For Disabled Children programme, which ended in 2011.
What does AHDC stand for?
AHDC stands for Aiming High for Disabled Children (UK; est. 2007; Department for Children, Schools and Families)
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- Assistant Help Desk Advisor
- Association for Human Rights and Democracy in Africa
- Asymmetric Hetero Diels-Alder
- Australasian Human Development Association
- Australian Huntington's Disease Association
- Autonomous Hazard Detection and Avoidance
- Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (UK)
- Ad Hoc Disciplinary Committee (UN)
- Adult Day Health Care
- Affordable Housing Development Company (various locations)
- Allegheny Heritage Development Corporation
- Animal Health & Diagnostic Commission (Pennsylvania)
- Action for Human Development and Cooperation
- American Horse Defense Fund
- Australian Hospital Design Group
- Affordable Housing Developers, Inc. (North Dakota)
- Alfred Haber Distributions, Inc. (Palisades Park, NJ)
- Alternative Human Development Index (UN Development Programme)
- Association for Healthcare Documentation Integrity (Modesto, CA)
- Atari Hard Disk Interface (computing)
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Arranged by Northumberland Sport as part of their Bringing the Games Closer project, and supported by Aiming High for Disabled Children in Northumberland, this once in a lifetime experience brought the magic, spirit and the excitement of the Games closer to young people.
WHEELS FOR ALL: Funded by Aiming High for Disabled Children, it aims to make cycling accessible to everyone.
One of four similar networks set up in the Tees Valley, it is part of the Government's Aiming High for Disabled Children agenda.
Aiming High for Disabled Children is offering grants to help groups and organisations start or improve schemes that increase the amount and range of activities available to young people with disabilities.
The scheme at Castle Wood School has been struggling since money from the city council and charity, Aiming High for Disabled Children, was stopped in March.
Mr Day said: "I am hugely proud that the Aiming High for Disabled Children programme in Northumberland was able to fund this project through its capital grant.