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Finance

disabled grants

Working Tax Credit

Working Tax Credit If you’re claiming disability benefits for yourself or your child, you may qualify for extra tax credits.
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Whizz-Kidz

Whizz-Kidz provides essential mobility equipment, such as powered or manual wheelchairs, and recreational equipment, such as trikes, that are customised to meet individual children’s needs. The service ensures that children get the right mobility equipment, advice and training at the right time. The wheelchair training programme includes improving the use of your wheelchair, new wheelchair […]
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Well Child

Well Child’s Helping Hands is a unique scheme offering practical support to sick children and their families through one off home improvement projects, such as a garden or bedroom makeover.
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Watercare services

WaterCare Services

WaterCare gives extra help when the supply is interrupted and can offer special tariffs. It is available to a wide range of families from nursing mothers with children under the age of one to kidney dialysis patients.
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Vehicle Excise Duty

You may be entitled to a free tax disc if you have a disabled child. To be eligible, you must get the higher rate of the mobility component of Disability Living Allowance.
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VAT Relief

You don’t have to pay VAT on certain goods and services that you buy If they are to be used exclusively by someone who is disabled – a wheelchair or adapted computer hardware, for example. Certain building work can also be free of VAT.
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Variety

Variety, The Children’s Charity

The Variety Club works to help improve the lives of sick, disabled and disadvantaged children and young people up to the age of 19 across the UK. Each year they donate electric wheelchairs, specialist beds, car seats, sensory equipment, standing frames and many other items that can change the life of a child in need. […]
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UK Power Networks

They keep details of their most vulnerable customers on a Priority Services/Special Needs Register. Although this won’t necessarily mean they can restore your power more quickly, they can offer you additional help and support if you do experience a power cut.
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Turn2us

Turn2us

Turn2us helps people in financial need gain access to welfare benefits, charitable grants and other financial help – online, by phone and face-to-face through our partner organisations.    
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Trefoil

Trefoil

Trefoil House has a holiday grant fund for children/people to take a holiday where there is no funding available from elsewhere. They also provide grants for disabled sports equipment.
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Tree of Hope

Tree of Hope

Tree of Hope offers hope to the families of sick and disabled children in the UK who need specialist medical surgery, treatment and therapy in order to free them from suffering, giving a better quality to their young lives.
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The Richard Overall Trust

They provide young disabled people with financial support to “enjoy and progress in their chosen sport”.
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Welfare Rights

The Regulated Social Fund

This fund is to help you pay for specific extra expenses arising from maternity, a funeral, periods of cold weather and winter fuel payments. (You will need to be in receipt of a qualifying benefit)
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Nihal Armstrong Trust

The Nihal Armstrong Trust

The Nihal Armstrong Trust supports children (up to and including the age of 18) with cerebral palsy. It can fund a piece of equipment, communication aid or a particular service that your local authority will not fund. It supports families on means tested benefits with a grant less than £1000. Please note that they do […]
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energy savings trust

The Energy Saving Trust

Is a great one-stop-shop to get independent and impartial advice about how to save energy and money, and to find out about grants and financial help in your area.
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The Elifar Foundation

The Elifar Foundation

The Elifar Foundation is a charity run almost entirely by volunteers. It aims to help improve the quality of life mainly of profoundly disabled children and young adults. They fund the purchase of a wide range of specialised equipment, therapies and respite, which would otherwise be unavailable because of a lack of funds or because […]
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The Discretionary Social Fund

The Discretionary Social Fund

The Discretionary Social Fund consists of grants and repayable interest-free loans that can help meet the costs that your weekly benefits can’t cover.It includes: Budgeting Loans – interest-free, repayable loans for furniture, clothing etc. (You will need to be in receipt of a qualifying benefit.) Community Care Grants – similar to budgeting loans but you […]
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Children's Hope Foundation

The Children’s Hope Foundation

The Children’s Hope Foundation offer support to buy medical equipment, computers for educational purposes and days out.
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Autism Directory

The Autism Directory

The Autism Directory is a national database to signpost families to all kinds of Autism Friendly help, information, resources, conferences, activities and much more in your area. This website is an amazing resource and tool for families with autistic children.
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The ACT Foundation

The ACT Foundation

Provides specialised wheelchairs, other mobility aids and equipment including medical equipment to assist independent living. Grant Information ACT provides grants of up to £2,500 to individuals with the aim of enhancing the quality of life for people in need (specifically people living in poverty, those who have a physical and/or mental disability or the aged).   […]
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Education

transition information network

Transition Information Network

This is a website for parents, carers and people who work with and for disabled young people in transition to adulthood.
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dyscalculia

The National Dyscalculia Centre

Publishes a range of books and materials for teachers and parents of dyscalculic children that will enable you to work with your child at home.
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The Council for Disabled Children

The Council for Disabled Children provides an information service to parents and professionals on the needs of disabled pre-school children, pupils and students.
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tes Special Needs

Sharing the best of our SEN teaching resources, lesson plans, worksheets, teaching ideas and interactive whiteboard tools.
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speechmark

Speechmark

Practical resources for teachers, health professionals and parents for speech and language therapy, autism, special needs, mental health and elderly care.
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special kids in the UK

Special Kids in the UK

Online support group for families of disabled children with special needs. The aim is to bring families together for friendship, to share information and to support one another. Advice on education, services, therapies, respite and other issues.If you care for a disabled child, you and your child may be entitled to some financial assistance and […]
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Special Home Education in the UK

A group of families who home educate children with Special Educational Needs.
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senac

Special Educational Needs Advice Centre

SENAC is a charity in Northern Ireland providing an independent advice, information and advocacy service for parents of children and young people with special educational needs up to the age of 19 across a wide range of learning difficulties. Advice Line: 028 9079 5779
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Special Educational Consortium

The Special Educational Consortium (SEC) is a group of organisations who protect and promote the right of disabled children and children with special educational needs to a high – quality education which meets their needs. SEC also has a Parliamentary Group that is particularly active during the passage of legislation. The role of the Parliamentary […]
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SNAP Cymru

SNAP Cymru provides free advice to families who have children with special educational needs in Wales. You can find details about their services on their website, or you can ring their helpline on 0845 1203730.
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Small Steps

Children attend a group session at Small Steps once per week with a parent or carer. A team of teachers, conductors and physiotherapists lead the parent/ child team through a structured programme designed to help each child achieve the next developmental steps.
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Sensory Linq UK

Sensory Linq are specialists in the field of sensory impairment. They offer support, guidance and training to local authorities, social and health care agencies in order to help them meet statutory requirements. They can even give you advice on meeting the needs of children who are deafblind (have multisensory impairment) on request.
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Sense

Sense is a national charity that supports and campaigns for children and adults who are Deafblind. They were established from a family support group in 1955 by parents whose children were born with rubella, and the experience, skills and views of families remain central to their work. You can see how they have developed over […]
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SEN Teacher

SEN Teacher provides cost-free teaching & learning resources for students with special needs and learning disabilities.
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SENlegal

SEN Legal

Leading experts specialising in education law.
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Reading Rockets

Teaching kids to read, especially those who struggle. Research, classroom strategies, parent tips, books & authors, and much more, for educators and families.
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Reading Revival Ltd

We are a small family company who has developed a tried and tested reading scheme in kit form with which anyone – including special needs child or adult, can learn to read in 6 – 10 weeks of just 10 mins daily.
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Portage

Portage is a home-visiting educational service for pre-school children with additional support needs and their families.
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Parents for Inclusion

Parents for inclusion is a self-help organisation giving information, advice and support on education matters to parents of children with learning difficulties. It has parent support groups and can help a parent prepare their representations or case for an appeal. Publications are available. Tel: 020 7738 3888.
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Little Beehive Montessori tutoring (Cambs)

Little Beehive offers 1:1 and group educational tutoring for children ages 2.5 to 7 years of age. Focuses on sensory materials. Giving extra help in core school subjects.
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Medical stuff

ZEST

ZEST

ZEST support people in Northern Ireland who are suffering from emotional pain and hurt.  They do this through counselling, support, education, training and a range of  other therapeutic services. They also support friends and family members and run a self harm intervention programme.
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Young Minds

Young Minds

Young Minds has lots of ways to help children and young people who are experiencing any kind of mental health problem. They run a range of schemes to help promote good mental health in schools across the UK as well as guidance towards more 1 to 1 support. There is also a managed service by […]
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Unique rare chromosome disorder support group

A source of information and support to families and individuals affected by any rare chromosome disorder, and to the professionals who work with them. They also produce a comprehensive range of family-friendly, medically-verified information guides on a variety of rare chromosome disorders.
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Tree of Hope

Tree of Hope offers hope to the families of sick and disabled children in the UK who need specialist medical surgery, treatment and therapy in order to free them from suffering, giving a better quality to their young lives. The process starts with a telephone or email application from the parent/carer/guardian of the child in […]
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TOP UK

TOP UK

TOP UK are an organisation that offers support and self-help guidance for people with Phobia’s, OCD and other anxiety disorders. They run several groups around the UK including Jersey. There is a simple application process to enrol and you do not need to be referred through a GP to attend.
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Together for Short Lives

Find your local childrens’ hospice
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Time To Change

Time To Change

Time to Change are an organisation that encourage us to think more positively about our own mental health and how we see it in others.  By removing stigmas and negativity we can help each other. They work with MIND the mental health charity and others to provide this online service to people in the UK. […]
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Therapy Directory

Promoting the benefits of complementary therapy and aims to give visitors all the information they need to help them make an informed decision about whether therapy would be right for them. The website has an FAQ’s section, and you can also search for a therapist near you. Therapy Directory only lists therapists who are members […]
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The Mix

The Mix

If you’re under 25 you can talk to The Mix for free on the phone, by email or on their webchat. You can also use their phone counselling service, or get more information on support services you might need.
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The Counselling Directory

The Counselling directory provides a UK-wide counselling support network, enabling those in distress to find a counsellor close to them and appropriate for their needs.
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The College of Occupational Therapists Specialist Section – Independent Practice

If you are looking for an Occupational Therapist (OT) to give you independent advice or provide private treatment, you can search our online Directory. The Directory lists COTSS-IP members who provide a wide range of services throughout the country.
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Children's Society

The Children’s Society

The Children’s Society offer a variety of services to support children and young people with Mental Health issues, mostly they are at regular drop in services around the UK. Centres offer support and counselling.
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The Autism Directory

The Autism Directory is a national database to signpost families to all kinds of Autism Friendly help, information, resources, conferences, activities and much more in your area. This website is an amazing resource and tool for families with autistic children.
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Support in Mind Scotland

Support In Mind Scotland

Support in Mind Scotland offer a range of services for people with mental health issue, their carers and family members. They have drop in centres across the whole of Scotland and provide valuable resources such as one to one therapies, group sessions, employment advice and sometimes a coffee shop too. Their aim is to help […]
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Students Against Depression

A site run by students for students who are suffering with mental health issues including depression. Not only do they fundraise and raise awareness but they offer practical and emotional support to students in the UK.
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Student Minds

Student Minds

Student Minds run groups so that students experiencing mental health difficulties have access to a supportive environment in which they can talk about life, university and what they are doing to keep their lives on track.
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Sensory Linq UK

Sensory Linq are specialists in the field of sensory impairment. They offer support, guidance and training to local authorities, social and health care agencies in order to help them meet statutory requirements. They can even give you advice on meeting the needs of children who are deafblind (have multisensory impairment) on request.
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SelfHarmUK

Self-Harm UK

Self-Harm UK is a project dedicated to young people with mental health issues and who self harm. They have a range of information and facts for both young people and parents and also ways to contact someone for help. They often signpost young people to resources local to them for the most effective outcome.
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self injury support

Self Injury Support

Self Injury Support helps girls and women who harm themselves (often called self-injury). They run text and email support, offer a Women’s self-injury helpline, produce information and publications about self-injury, deliver talks and self-injury training courses to professionals and support self-injury self-help groups.
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Scope

National disability charity with a focus on cerebral palsy. Help, information and support. England and Wales
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Holidays & free time

YAMSEN

Yorkshire Association for Music and Special Educational Needs. Working to bring music, happiness and joy into the lives of those who will benefit most from it.
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Wolf + water arts company

Arts projects in hospitals across the South West region, working with children with cancer & leukemia, their siblings & families, as well as developing work with children with other life threatening illnesses too. The residential weekends bring young people into fantastical worlds where anything is possible. Encouraging young people to collaborate to use their energy […]
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When you Wish Upon a Star

Wishes are varied and far reaching. For some a trip to Disney Florida or Paris to meet their favourite characters, for others it is a chance to get up close to a favourite pop star or sporting hero and some children simply want books and toys. Whatever the Wish, wherever possible, When You Wish Upon […]
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Wheelchair Dance Sport

Everybody Dance, with support from Brent Sports Service, has started a wheelchair dance sport club in Brent. Learn Ballroom and Latin Dance steps for wheelchair users and friends. The dance can be done with two wheelchair users or a wheelchair user and a standing partner.
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Wheel Power

Wheel Power are a charity that help connect wheelchair users to sports! Their website contains details about wheelchair sports clubs all over the country and the charity also supply equipment such as specially designed wheelchairs. For full information about the charity and what they do, visit their website.
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Werewolves of London Special Ice Hockey Club

The Werewolves of London Special Ice hockey club offers a special needs ice hockey programme for children & adults who have Developmental or Learning Disability. Email: mike@werewolvesoflondon.org.uk Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WerewolvesOnIce/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/WerewolvesOnIce
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Walks with wheelchairs

The only UK website totally dedicated to providing free information on walking routes that are suitable for wheelchair users throughout the UK.
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Waitrose

Online grocery shopping and delivery.
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VocalEyes

An audio description service for people with a visual impairment. The service provides audio description in theatres, museums, galleries and heritage sites. It also provides training in description and consultancy for theatres, museums, galleries and heritage sites wishing to make their service accessible through description.
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Vision Hotels

Whether you prefer a short break by the sea, or a week’s stay in the heart of the English countryside, Vision Hotels offer AA 3 Star accommodation and service at a price that won’t break the bank. Excellent facilities for guide dogs and pet dogs, as long as they are good natured.
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uk.care.com

Find special needs care near you. You can browse mum-reviewed carer profiles, post job listings for FREE, request reference checks and get advice on interviewing and hiring.
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UK Horse Rider Guide

A comprehensive directory of Disabled Riding Schools across England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, complete with user reviews.
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UK Deaf Sport

A registered charity that aims to encourage deaf people to participate in, enjoy and excel at sport. They provide information on deaf sporting events throughout the UK.
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TREWAN SANDS CHILDRENS TRUST

Trewan Sands offer holidays through Haven Holidays at 35 sites throughout the UK. They chose Haven as not only do they offer full disabled access and fully equipped disabled holiday homes but they also help us to provide entertainment by providing Free Fun Passes to the children’s clubs. Referrals from LAs, special needs schools and […]
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Trefoil

Trefoil House has a holiday grant fund for children/people to take a holiday where there is no funding available from elsewhere.
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Total Arts at The Junction

The Total Arts creative learning group is for young people aged 11-19 with disabilities. They offer regular Saturday workshops featuring dance, drama, music making, film production and story devising leading to productions.
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Through the Roof

Each Spring they run a short holiday for families with an autistic child at Dalesdown, a Christian centre in a beautiful setting in the Sussex countryside. We organise a full programme of activities including craft, adventure trail, praise parties and outings to the seaside and swimming pool.
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Thrive Cardiff

Thrive meet weekly in play centre setting to provide disabled children with any condition a safe protective arena, they hire facilities exclusively so child or parents receive support and get to meet others in the same situation.
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The Youth Cancer Trust

The Youth Cancer Trust provides free holidays to young people between the ages of 14-30 suffering from, or in remission from cancer or any other malignant disease.
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The Wheelchair Football Association.

Providing opportunities for people with a physical impairment to access Powerchair Football across England.
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Technology & kit

Your IT Now

Your IT helps people with Learning Disabilities to safely access the internet and learn to use computers.
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World Jigsaw

This app lets you choose features from around the world, such as animals or places and creates an on-screen jigsaw puzzle for you to complete. You can then read information about the feature.
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Ukmobility4u

We are a Mobility Centre supplying all your Mobility Needs, Plus we are a national company who undertakes the Repairing of Stairlifts and Scooters.
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Trabasack

Award winning low-cost buggy tray and bag that has a ‘velcro’ ready surface for switches and toys. Attaches to any therapy chair or wheelchair with supplied straps or rests on lap. Light weight and easy to carry.
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TouchChat

TouchChat for iPod and iPhone is a full-featured communication solution for individuals who have difficulty using their natural voice. Words, phrases and messages are spoken with a built-in voice synthesiser or by playing recorded message. Five US English and 2 British English synthesised voices are available.
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Total Sensory

Total Sensory

Sensory equipment designers and installers of sensory rooms, soft play rooms and padded rooms.They design and produce new innovative products for the sensory market including sensory room and garden. Stunning work!
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Tomcat

Tomcat

To date we have made over 5000 tricycles, each custom built, each with lifetime support, and each with an unconditional guarantee. Facebook :https://www.facebook.com/TomcatSNILtd/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/tomcatsniltd
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Tink n Stink

Tink ‘n’ stink

Tink ‘n’ stink is a website that allows you to buy any sensory tech or toy that you want! This can be from light up balls to a light up board to an animal answer button. Whatever it may be it will, for sure, be a great help for anything!  
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Therapy Box

Fun communication apps and much more.
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Theraplay

Theraplay Ltd

Theraplay have been manufacturing tricycles for children and adults with special needs for over 40 years. Our tricycles can be customized to the individual needs of each rider. A free assessment service is available throughout the UK. Categories: Technology and Kit. Email: sales@theraplay.co.uk
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Apex Lite Scooter

The Unlimited Company

The Unlimited Company supports people to live more independently by offering a range of premium mobility products and daily living aids at home.
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The TapSpeak series

There are three apps in this series. TapSpeak Choice allows you to make pages for communication. TapSpeak Sequence is for timetabling and other sequencing and TapSpeak Button is a single button that you record a single message one. You can store your single messages for retrieval as often as you like. TapSpeak uses Meyer Johnson […]
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The SEN/ICT Directory

A directory for Special Educational Needs and Information Communication Technology Resources. Provide a central location for all your favourite resources, as well as introduce you to new ones you might not have found otherwise for your child or individual with learning or physical difficulties.
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The Mobility Aids Centre

The Mobility Aids Centre has been supplying and maintaining mobility equipment for the elderly and disabled for over 26 years. Our showroom is packed with probably the largest selection of mobility aids equipment in East Anglia.
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The Mobility Aids Centre

The Mobility Aids Centre has been supplying and maintaining mobility equipment for the elderly and disabled for over 26 years. Our showroom is packed with probably the largest selection of mobility aids equipment in East Anglia.
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The Grace app for autism

This app helps autistic and other special needs children to communicate effectively, by building semantic sequences from relevant images to form sentences. The app can be easily customized by using picture and photo vocabulary of your choice.
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The Dog Rose Trust

A charity which works to make environments accessible to people with visual and other sensory impairments. They develop communications technologies plus interactive audio and tactile guides for places of interest.
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tes Special Needs

Sharing the best of our SEN teaching resources, lesson plans, worksheets, teaching ideas and interactive whiteboard tools.
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tenura

Tenura

Tenura is not just a range of non-slip products, with it you can create a system that can be used to maintain independent living for people with impairments to their grip or manoeuvrability. Unlike other non-slip and grip products on the market, Tenura daily living aids are made entirely from silicone rubber material, which means […]
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Talking Tom

Tom copies your words and sounds and plays them back to you in a playful voice. You can also give him drinks of milk, stroke him to make him purr and tread on his tail to make him MEEEOW. Great for encouraging vocalisation.
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Counselling & Support

Unique rare chromosome disorder support group

A source of information and support to families and individuals affected by any rare chromosome disorder, and to the professionals who work with them. They also produce a comprehensive range of family-friendly, medically-verified information guides on a variety of rare chromosome disorders.
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Twin and Multiple Birth Association Bereavement

Supporting parents who have lost a baby or babies during a multiple pregnancy or at any stage after birth.
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Tree of Hope

Tree of Hope offers hope to the families of sick and disabled children in the UK who need specialist medical surgery, treatment and therapy in order to free them from suffering, giving a better quality to their young lives. The process starts with a telephone or email application from the parent/carer/guardian of the child in […]
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The Couple Connection

Guidance and support for parents who are raising a child with special needs, life limiting condition or special educational needs (SEN). Includes parent forum.
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The Compassionate Friends

An organisation of bereaved parents and their families offering understanding, support and encouragement to others after the death of a child or children. They also offer support, advice and information to other relatives, friends and professionals who are helping the family.
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The Children’s Society’s Include Programme

Their network of programmes includes support for young carers. The Children’s Society’s Include Programme offers information, training and support to both statutory and voluntary sectors working to support children and young people who care for parents and siblings who suffer from chronic illness or disability.
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The Childhood Bereavement Network (CBN)

A hub for those working with bereaved children, young people and their families across the UK. A complete listing of counselling and support in the UK, search includes an interactive map.
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The Child Bereavement Charity

The UK’s leading national organisation that supports families and provides training to professionals across the entire spectrum of child bereavement. They support families and educate professionals when a baby or child of any age dies or is dying, or when a child is facing bereavement.
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Swings & Smiles

Offers Online Support for siblings living in a family where a brother or sister has a disability or special needs
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Special Kids in the UK

Online support group for families of disabled children with special needs. The aim is to bring families together for friendship, to share information and to support one another. Advice on education, services, therapies, respite and other issues.If you care for a disabled child, you and your child may be entitled to some financial assistance and […]
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SIBS

Growing up with a disabled brother or sister, there are good times and difficult times. Use SIBS to get ideas on things that help siblings like you. You are not the only one.
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Sibling Support Project

Founded in 1990, the Sibling Support Project is the first national program dedicated to the life-long and ever-changing concerns of millions of brothers and sisters of people with special health, developmental, and mental health concerns.  
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Sensory Linq UK

Sensory Linq are specialists in the field of sensory impairment. They offer support, guidance and training to local authorities, social and health care agencies in order to help them meet statutory requirements. They can even give you advice on meeting the needs of children who are deafblind (have multisensory impairment) on request.
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Sense

Sense is a national charity that supports and campaigns for children and adults who are Deafblind. They were established from a family support group in 1955 by parents whose children were born with rubella, and the experience, skills and views of families remain central to their work. You can see how they have developed over […]
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SENsational Families

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. Email: support@sensationalfamilies.org Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1501254960201776/
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Scope

National disability charity with a focus on cerebral palsy. Help, information and support. England and Wales
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SANDS – Still and Neonatal Death Charity

Offers support if your baby dies during pregnancy or after birth.
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SADS UK – Sudden Arrhythmic Death Syndrome

A national cardiac charity providing support to families and individuals affected by a sudden unexpected death. Qualified counsellors and support contacts offer assistance after the death of a child or young spouse. They run retreats for the bereaved, support those diagnosed with cardiac conditions, and donate cardiac equipment to medical establishments.
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Rethink sibs

When a brother or sister has been diagnosed with a mental illness, it has an effect on everyone in the family, and it can often be a confusing and difficult time. Finding out more about mental illness, the support available to you and your family, and talking to others can make things easier.
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Relate

Relate counsellors provide a caring and supportive environment to help you find a way through any difficulties you may be facing with your partner.
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Websites, Magazines & Books

The Autism Directory

The Autism Directory is a national database to signpost families to all kinds of Autism Friendly help, information, resources, conferences, activities and much more in your area. This website is an amazing resource and tool for families with autistic children.
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Special Needs Resource Magazine

Providing information and resources to assist children with special needs.
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Smalltalk Magazine

Smalltalk is an A4, glossy family lifestyle magazine aimed at parents and carers of children through from pregnancy to 11 years old.
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SEN Magazine

SEN Magazine is a glossy, full-colour magazine published every two months. It’s packed full of interesting and authoritative features, news and articles covering all issues to do with SEN and disability. It’s essential reading for teachers, SENCOs, carers, parents, therapists and all practitioners in special needs.
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Parenting Special Needs magazine

Parenting Special Needs online magazine provides practical tips, shares life lessons, tackles the challenges and celebrates the joys of parenting.
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Nursery World

Nursery World is the UK’s leading publication for practitioners and decision-makers across the early years education and childcare sectors.
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Newsbeat

Cerebra’s quarterly magazine Newsbeat is free to members. They feature columns written by parents about their experiences.  Updates on research being carried out that might be of interest to people caring for children with neurological conditions, and articles written by professionals in many different fields.
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My future choices

My future choices is the Transition Info Network’s magazine for disabled young people, their families and people who support them. It features stories about organisations and projects that support disabled young people, interviews with young people about their lives, and news, resources and events.
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Disability Now

Disability Now covers all disability news in its monthly magazine and online.
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Disability Horizons

An online magazine for disabled people by disabled people.
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Contact magazine

The award-winning Contact magazine is a free quarterly magazine for families of children and young people with cancer. Launched in 2008, it acts as an essential source of information for families and reduces the isolation that families with children diagnosed with a rare disease, such as cancer, inevitably face.
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Blog: BBC Ouch!

Ouch! was a blog and internet talk show that went beyond the headlines to reflect disability life. It has not been updated since 2013, but the previous content remains in the archive for reference.
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Autism Eye

Autism Eye aims to keep parents informed about the best treatments for their child – and to help them avoid the worst. Their articles are independent and unbiased.
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AuKids Magazine

A quarterly positive parenting magazine aimed at families with young children on the autism spectrum.
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All Cats Have Asperger Syndrome – Kathy Hoopmann

This book takes a playful look at Asperger Syndrome (AS). Delightful colour photographs of cats bring to life familiar characteristics in AS such as sensitive hearing, scampering at the first sign of being stroked and particular eating habits. Touching, humorous and insightful, this book evokes the difficulties and joys of raising a child who is […]
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Day to day Essentials

Waitrose

Online grocery shopping and delivery.
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UK.CARE.COM

Find special needs care near you. You can browse mum-reviewed carer profiles, post job listings for FREE, request reference checks and get advice on interviewing and hiring.
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THE HEALTHY HOUSE

We are here to help you with your allergies and sensitivities and feel sure that you will find our new site full of information and great products.
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THE EUROPEAN NURSING AGENCY LTD

A homecare agency specialising in providing live-in care across the UK.
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THE COMPLETE GROUP

The Complete Group is a leading UK health care provider, giving support to enable children and adults with disabilities to lead full and independent lives in their own homes. They specialise in working with people with acquired brain injury, traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury and other disabling conditions, including cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis and […]
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TESCO

Online grocery shopping and delivery.
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TATTY BUMPKIN

Specialists in funky organic and bamboo kids clothing. They make “Clothes to feel good in, clothes to feel good about.”
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SPINAL AND DISABLED HOMECARE SERVICES

Spinal Homecare provide specialist personal assistants for people with spinal cord injury and related conditions throughout the UK.
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SPECIAL KIDS IN THE UK

Online support group for families of disabled children with special needs. The aim is to bring families together for friendship, to share information and to support one another. Advice on education, services, therapies, respite and other issues.If you care for a disabled child, you and your child may be entitled to some financial assistance and […]
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SNAP

SNAP childcare only deal with special needs placements. They place professional nannies, carers, facilitators, enablers and support workers throughout the UK and abroad to work with babies and children with additional needs, including those with mild learning difficulties to profound and multiple disabilities. They also place people with families who are in difficult situations or […]
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Smart Knit Kids

Smart Knit Kids

Smart Knit Kids produces clothes completely free of seams, designed to provide comfort and relief to children who struggle with “bumps & lumps” in their socks, t-shirts or underwear. The products are perfect for children experiencing hypersensitivity or who simply can’t stand annoying seams! Facebook: http://facebook.com/smartknitkids Twitter: http://twitter.com/smartknitkids
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SENSORY SMART STORE

No itchy seams, labels, lumps, bumps or uncomfy clothes allowed!
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SENSE SHOPS

Welcoming and friendly Sense shops provide vital income that helps us to support deafblind people throughout the UK. Last year their distinctive high street shops raised more than £10 million! That’s a lot of donated goods and customers through their doors – around four million people each year purchasing goods from our shops from north […]
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SAINSBURY

Online grocery shopping and delivery.
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RACKETY’S

They help families of children with special needs or disabilities with clothing that you cannot find on the high street. The vests and pyjamas are especially helpful for with nappy users and children who strip, nappy dip or smear. They also help with comfort and dignity for gastrostomy tube or button users enabling easy access […]
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PARKWOOD HEALTHCARE

Parkwood Nurses, through its branches in London, Manchester and the East of England, specialises in providing nurses, care assistants and project workers to the NHS, private and voluntary organisations.
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PACEY

Many registered child-minders have expertise in caring for disabled children.
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Orgran

Orgran

This amazing service provides wheat-free, gluten-free pasta, bread, cereals, pancake mix and snack items. All products are dairy-free, yeast-free, egg-free and vegan. Most products are soy-free, tree nut-free and peanut-free!!! You can buy in at your local Supermarket or order it online! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/orgranhealthandnutrition/# Twitter: https://twitter.com/OrgranGF
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OCADO

Online grocery shopping and delivery.
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NIGHT NANNIES

Night Nannies can provide overnight care (sometimes that same day) so that new parents and babies can get a good night’s sleep, and establish a good bedtime routine.
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We can only provide our service with your support

Sky Badger is a charity and relies on donations to provide its awesome support to families, if you would like to support us helping more families with disabled children please donate to us.