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Damehood for Director of Council for Disabled Children

The Council for Disabled Children (CDC) are delighted to announce that Christine Lenehan, Director of CDC, has been honoured with a Damehood in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List 2016.

She received the award in recognition of her outstanding work for disabled children and young people, and those with special educational needs, spanning over 35 years.

As a passionate advocate for disabled children, young people and their families she has worked tirelessly to see a fully inclusive society where all children can achieve their aspirations.

The team at CDC are incredibly proud to see Christine's work rewarded in this way and they hope you will join them in congratulating her on this achievement. For more information on her announcement please visit their news page