The Cerebral Palsy Guide is a simple and easy to use website that guides you through everything to do with the condition.
There are links to medical and care professionals as well as links to community and support groups where you can connect to other families and share your knowledge and experiences.
Natalie Costa coaches parents, teachers, education professionals to help children understand their emotions and then deal with them effectively. She runs a whole range of courses online so that you can fit this training into your own schedules.
More than a parenting blog…a huge array of fun five minute games, crafts, activities to keep them busy as well ways to be creative with friends and family via video call during the Coronavirus lockdowns.
Tiny Happy People offer an array of educational and language resources for under 5’s.
It’s a great portal for advice and support from professionals and other families.
Mush Mums is an app that supports new mums with all manner of parenting questions and how to’s!
Full of support, advice and giggles it’s the perfect tool for parents.
An award winning training provider….Positive Eye provides highly practical training and resources to professionals working with children with SEND with a particular specialism in vision impairment. We can also provide online story telling sessions for schools and organizations’ working with children with SEND. We also offer some training through organisations for parents on practical approaches to support their children’s learning based on everyday experiences.
Jessica Kingsley Publishers produce books and online content directed towards people who want to make a difference or need help finding out about how they can. Books include topics like autism, art therapy, self improvement etc.
Under current restriction they are not only producing more online content for people but linking you to blogs created by people potentially in a similar background or situation.
This is one of the most brilliant online resources for great art and science projects.