We believe that family life should be full of fun and adventure. That's especially important when your child has a disability or life-threatening illness. Sky Badger is where you'll find help for physical disabilities, special educational needs, mental health problems as well as finding support for your whole family.
What can Sky Badger do to find help and adventure for your disabled or special needs child and the rest of your family too?
Watch Michelle's story about how Sky Badger found the help and support her family needed.
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Find extra help at school, information about Education, Health, Care Plans (EHCP), apps & programmes, tech and IT for supporting learning and sensory activities.
Holidays & Free time
Find holidays, sports, free cinema tickets, theatre, clubs, art, dance, music, days out, make a wish charities and more.
Useful technology & kit
Find sensory toys, useful technology, trikes and bikes, wheelchairs & mobility.
Find grants, governemnt benefits and help with your utility and council tax bills.
Find out about disability rights, educational and medical law and how to find a specialist advocate or lawyer.
Find information about your child's medical condition, medicines that they take and mental health support.
Would you like a free adult ticket when you take your disabled child to the movies? The CEA card allows you to get a free carer's ticket.
The E.H.C.P. helps your child at school by creating a real change in the way that education, health and social care professionals work with families and young people.
There are thousands of grants that will help you buy just about anything you can imagine for your disabled child, from bikes, to medical equipment to holidays.
Lost in transition
"Transition is (theoretically) the gentle, well-structured move from childhood to adulthood within disability support. I’ve heard other parents call it the ‘cliff’. That’s definitely not filling me with much confidence, actually I’m already losing a bit of sleep over that metaphorical cliff. I already feel as though I’ve fallen off the edge of the cliff and am holding on to the top by my fingertips!"
Read Naomi's blog about the challenges of transition.
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Do you need specific help for your disabled or special needs child? Click here to tell us more about what you're looking for and our helpdesk team will do their very best to find you what you need. All of our advice is confidential and we will not share your details or personal information with anyone.