Sue and her team work specifically with families, children and young people who have mental health concerns or diagnosis that require on-going support.
Kidz Aware is not-for-profit charity/ social enterprise with 3 core values at our heart: Equality; Inspiring; Embracing. We exist to ensure that all children and adults with a disability have the opportunities to achieve their aspirations in life.
We believe that everyone can make a valuable contribution to society, but people with disabilities face greater challenges. We want all individuals with any kind of disability to have a voice and be part of a wider solution that supports disability at every level of society.
Within our objective of ensuring that all children and adults with a disability have the opportunities to achieve their aspirations in life, we provide services for disabled children/adults, and their families and their support networks that help to achieve this.
Information, Advice and Guidance Mental Health and Wellbeing Awareness
Debt Advice/ Benefit Entitlements Attend PIP/ESA Appeals
Signposting and Referrals Family Support – person centred planning/short and long-term support
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Educational Training workshops
Whether you require emotional support or practical help in sorting issues out, we have the experience and knowledge to help you.
Low cost counselling for 18+ with diagnosed or undiagnosed Autism, Aspergers, ADHD, Bipolar whether you’re the person affected by these and other neurological conditions or the parent, carer, sibling, partner, friend or family member struggling with life currently or imagining what the future holds for you or them.
I also have extensive experience of working with parents/ carers and adults who have life interrupting conditions such as learning disabilities, epilepsy and type 1 diabetes towards getting the support to manage everyday with never knowing what that day can look like and the constant feeling out things being out of your control as well as what life throws at you on you’re personal journey.
Samaritans offers a safe place for you to talk any time you like, in your own way – about whatever’s getting to you, including to young carers in need of support or attention.
Honeypot works to enhance the lives of young carers aged 5 – 12 years old. They offer both respite breaks and outreach support to young carers and vulnerable children, many of whom would otherwise have nowhere to turn, giving them a break from stressful responsibilities at home.
We are a small charity covering Norfolk and Suffolk. We provide essential support to families who have a child with a disability. We provide; support, advice and much needed understanding and friendship.
We have weekly meetings in Norwich,where you can come and have a cuppa and meet other parents.
They raise funds to provide holidays for disabled children and respite for the parents. They provide moral and financial help for families, giving support for parents of disabled children in seeking appropriate education.
Your GP or another healthcare professional can refer you to a qualified counsellor. In this situation, you will receive counselling through the NHS free of charge. In some areas, the choice of counsellors may be limited and there may be long waiting lists.
Through a telephone support network, events and a regular email newsletter, they offer hope and comfort to those who have a lost a child of any age and in any circumstance.
Guidance and support for parents who are raising a child with special needs, life limiting condition or special educational needs (SEN). Includes parent forum.