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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.
A comprehensive 'one-stop-shop' service for parents and carers of visually impaired children, including a helpline. Formerly Blind Children UK, now provided by Guide Dogs.
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.
Information and practical advice about dyspraxia in pre-school children, primary and older children.
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: My pregnancy my choice; You and Your Baby 0-1; You and Your Little Child 1-5.
Offers a range of services for children and adults with learning difficulties and support for families, including a helpline.
Independent advice and information to families of children who need or who might need extra learning support in pre-school, primary school and high school. Telephone helpline service is provided.
Accessible, family friendly places to go, including visitor centres, museums, adventure and wildlife parks.
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.
Advice and information for parents and families looking for help with their child's additional support needs. Telephone helpline service.
Advice on how best to prepare your child for life online.
One-to-one support for families of children and adults with learning difficulties.
The National Autistic Society provides help and support for families living with autism. They have dedicated helplines for education rights, transition support and parent to parent emotional support.
NCDS offers support, advice and information for families of deaf children, including a helpline, family officers, local groups, benefits and education appeals advisers.
Countryside walks and trails that have been rated for their accessibility.
A place to share practical tips and solutions for supporting people with learning disabilities and autism.
Scottish autism provides help and support to families living with autism. They have a dedicated telephone helpline staffed by professionals.
Website for siblings of a brother or sister with any disability, long term chronic illness, or life limiting condition. There is a section for parents.
Support to families of children and young people with additional support needs and severe sleep problems. Telephone helpline available.
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.
Advice and practical support with everyday hands-on caring, such as feeding, toilet training and helping them get to sleep.
Visiting woods is a great day trip for kids. This website from the Woodland Trust shows where you can find woods to visit near you.