Support for children, young people and adults with an ADHD diagnosis. It’s hard to find others that completely understand what you or a family member is going through and Yellow Sun is there to guide you with diagnosis and education information.
Understanding and dealing with behaviours and traits as a parent or carer of a child or young person is absolutely crucial to being able to predict, understand and manage their lives. Being able to see the world through their eyes is fundamental to making their lives and yours happier. Experts explain and discuss with you key characteristics to help all family members and carers empathise and manage family life.
Bringing Us Together is a parent led group that support each other through the processes and decision making involved with bringing up a child with a learning or physical disability or life limiting medical condition.
They hold regular discussion sessions with professionals.
Autism Isolation provide support via a range of services, they hold regular get togethers and play sessions in their own venue.(this will continue after Covid restrictions are lifted) Their aim is to make sure that families with children on the autistic spectrum are not isolated.
Eddie’s is the Cambridgeshire branch of the wider charity The Edmund Trust. They provide a wide range of services to the children with learning disabilities as well as support the whole family with practical services.
Capability Scotland deliver, care, support and education to children and adults across Scotland.
Scotland’s No1 charity supports the lives of families across Scotland especially during the Coronavirus.
They provide emotional, financial and practical advice and support to thousands of families across Scotland.
Inspired by a young Jak the project was created to provide social, practical and emotional support to children and young people with cancer.
They also provide support to bereaved friends and family.
AMH Awareness support children and young people with autism who need support with their mental health. They also hope to achieve more awareness for the autistic community especially with children.
PCV Herefordshire provide advice and support for parents and families who have children with special educational needs or disabilities to find the right educational and physical support.