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Self Help Groups

  • nasen

    nasen is the only professional membership organisation in the UK embracing all special and additional educational needs and disabilities. It promotes the development of children and young people with special educational needs (SEN) and supports those who work with them. nasen has membership in...
  • National Association for Gifted Children

    The National Association for Gifted Children is an association to support the needs of this group of children. Please contact the above address for further information
  • National Children's Centre

    The National Children's Centre serves communities locally, regionally and through its lobbying work in a national capacity. The Centre provides practical services aimed at improving the lives of children, young people and families most in need and in working to influence national policy and...
  • Pinderfields Burns Club

    The idea of having burn camps comes from North America, so the word 'camp' does not mean we stay in tents! We base ourselves in residential activity centres in various parts of the country where we can have access to outdoor activities. The most important thing, though is to provide a secure...
  • The Burned Children's Club

    the burned children's club gives support to young burn survivors and their families. We promote self esteem and help children come to terms with their altered body image. Support is also essential to parents and sibblings, as they too need help, to adjust and come to terms with the trauma. All this...
  • The CALL Centre (Scotland)

    The CALL Centre (Communication Access for Literacy and Learning) provides specialist expertise in technology for children who have speech, communication and/or writing difficulties, in schools across Scotland. Their website gives information, guidance and resources on how information and...
  • WellChild Helpline

    The WellChild helpline provides a confidential service to anyone who needs advice and information about any aspect of children's health. The helpline provides support and can direct people to other organisations which can offer further help. The service is available to children, young people,...
  • What About The Children?

    What About The Children? provides a conduit between academic research and the wider audience of parents, professionals and policy makers. It seeks to raise awareness of the emotional needs of children under three, explaining and promoting the work and role of parents in securing the emotional...
  • Who Cares? Scotland

    Who Cares? Scotland was established in 1978 to act as the consumer voice of looked after young people. The organisation is committed to improving the standard of life for all looked after young people in Scotland. To achieve this aim, the organisation ensures that young people are consulted and...
  • Who Cares? Trust

    The Who Cares? Trust is a registered charity which works to improve public care for children and young people living in residential or foster care who are thus separated from their families. The Trusts main concern is the well-being of such children in the UK. Who Cares? Magazine is produced for...