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Supporting Parents

Links to Charity Websites
Apply for a grant for essential items for disabled children improving the lives of low-income families. Helping those with learning disabilities and autism.
Childrens bowel and bladder charity, valuable information for children and young adults.
Helping children’s wishes come true, creating life changing wishes.
Supporting disabled children and young people to make their dreams come true.
Supporting families with a seriously ill child
(Formally known as Action for Kids) Supporting children and their families. – This is a charity organisation which offers a wealth of advice on all manner of additional needs. You can download a range of advice sheets. They also operate a lending library of books and sensory toys – these are delivered and collected – I think free of charge
Apply for a grant to access equipment to support disabled children. They also loan children sensory pods (a variety of toys which support particular needs of young children).
Supporting disabled children by providing access to services, equipment, and therapy treatments. They offer emotional and practical support as well as financial support for necessary equipment.
Helping children and families across the country. They do this via individual children’s centres and hubs, and school based programmes.
Offering short breaks giving children with special needs and disabilities a countryside experience.
UK national charity helping distressed families, helping children from birth to the age of 18. They provide equipment to help improve the quality of life of those with disabilities and special needs. (no cash grants)
The Fashion and Textile c Children’s Trust (F) believe no family should struggle financially to meet their child’s basic needs.
Helping to improve the lives of children and young adults with severe learning difficulties and physical disabilities.