Parallel have created an event that is not only inclusive and fun but highlights inclusion in our communities.
Dimensions support people with autism to live in their communities with all the care and support they need to live happily and healthily.
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.
By Supporting the needs of not just the child or young person, Umbrella Derby empower them to have fun and feel included whatever their ability. Lots of play sessions, family support and much much more.
Pamis (Scotland) provides both practical, educational and emotional support for children and young people with profound disabilities.
Chailey provide a variety of residential and home support for families with children or young people with disabilities and complex needs. Their aim is to give every child or young person the opportunity to live a rich and fulfilling life and reach their own potential.
Little Hiccups is a parent led support group based in Leeds for children and families with disabilities or additional needs. Support includes Outreach, Stay n Play for under 5’s, Family Fun Days, Sport Sessions, Counselling, All Terrain Buggy Hire and advice.
Disability Stockport is run by a team of volunteers who help and support disabled people in the community.
Are on online magazine to help support families with great advice and tips as well as practical support for parents with SEND children.
A specialist centre working together with families to support babies and young children with physical difficulties in a fun filled sensory free session.
Who we are
The Bumblebee Children’s Charity is an independent pre-school for children who have difficulties with movement and co-ordination.
What we do
The Bumblebee Children’s Charity incorporates all aspects of the child’s development (physical, cognitive, social and emotional) into its programme. Every child has different needs, so the programme is designed around the individual child and related to his or her age and abilities. The staff team are always there to guide and support.
Parents/primary carers work with their child, usually as part of a group, using equipment, toys and songs to make the tasks enjoyable and productive. It is important that the parent and child are involved together in the learning process and all skills learned are closely related to those which serve a purpose at home.