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Works with families with disabled children and disabled people of all ages.
Provides information, support and training to anyone affected by childhood acquired brain injury.
Disabled children and those with certain medical conditions are more likely to have problems with sleeping for a number of reasons.
Offers local parent-to-parent support through its nation-wide network, a specialist service for parents seeking help feeding babies with clefts and much more.
Information, advice and support to families of children with any special need or disability. They have a telephone helpline, and their website has a fantastic amount of useful advice.
Support, advice and information for families of children and babies with cystic fibrosis through helplines and publications and online services.
Provides general disability information and contact details of appropriate local and specialist organisations.
Provides support, advice and information to parents and carers of babies, children, teenagers and adults with Down's syndrome.
This website brings together easy read health information: over 500 easy read health leaflets on a wide range of subjects, plus videos.
Guides for parents with learning difficulties are available from NHS Health Scotland.
Provides grants to low income families with severely disabled or seriously ill children, aged 17 years and under.
Booklets for parents and carers to help you understand Congenital heart disease in babies and young children.
NCDS offers support, advice and information for families of deaf children, including a helpline, family officers, local groups, benefits and education appeals advisers.
Sleep Scotland provides support to families of children and young people with or without additional needs. They have a telephone helpline, sleep clinics and counselling services.
Information, helpline, family support and local support groups for parents and carers of a baby with spina bifida and spina bifida children.
Steps offers confidential advice and support to people affected by hip dysplasia, clubfoot and other lower limb conditions.
New Scottish Government website to help families to find information and support for children and young people with disabilities.