Rook Irwin Sweeney specialise in Human Rights with a dedicated team to manage the rights of children, their education, health and futures.
DASH believes that Disability does not mean Inability, please look at the link for this group to see a huge variety of activities, help, advice and the chance to be part of something new. From an inclusive and adaptable Sunday youth club to team sports to days out, swimming sessions, reading and writing skills classes, line dancing, boccia the list goes on and on.
Gives advice and information to families with disabled or special needs children. The organisation also provides a range of factsheets and has a network of volunteer representatives. Helpline: 0808 808 3555 (Freephone: Mon-Fri, 9.30am-4pm).
CSIE gives information and advice on the special educational needs of pre-school children and school pupils up to the age of 19. CSIE also supports parents’ campaign groups, families and schools, and produces a range of booklets and information factsheets.
The Equality Human Rights Commission promotes and protects human rights. They work towards a modern Britain where everyone is treated with dignity and respect, and we all have an equal chance to succeed. You can ask for advice and assistance from the EHRC if you think the local education authority is discriminating against your child because of disability. England Tel: 0845 604 6610 (Mon-Fri, 8am-6pm)Wales Tel: 0845 604 8810 (Mon-Fri, 8am-6pm)Scotland Tel: 0845 604 5510 (Mon-Fri, 8am-6pm)Northern Ireland Tel: 028 90 890 890
The umbrella body for the disabled children’s sector in England.
CRAE provides free legal information and advice, raises awareness of children’s human rights, and undertakes research about children’s access to their rights.
Advicenow provides accessible, accurate information on rights and the law in England and Wales.
Small, niche but nationally acclaimed firm of solicitors specialising exclusively in education and disability, particularly in cases concerning Special Educational Needs.