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Self Help Groups

  • Bendrigg Trust

    The Bendrigg Trust is a residential activity centre which runs outdoor education courses and holidays for young people with special needs. Located in countryside between the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales, the Centre has two accommodation units set in 15 acres of grounds. Groups come to the...
  • Bladder Exstrophy Family Association

    The Bladder Exstrophy Family Association is a non profit making support network for families of children born with bladder/cloacal exstrophy and/or epispadias
  • Both Parents Forever

    Both Parents Forever gives help and advice on all issues relating to divorce, separation or care proceedings. The organisation is involved in the following activities: Help to either parent, grandparents, extended family and the children with obtaining their rights: in the majority of cases,...
  • Breathe On UK

    Breathe On UK is a charity that aims to help parents and families whenever a child of any age becomes unable to breathe adequately and requires help, in addition to all the other problems of illness or effects from injury there may be. The National Health Service does have special units for...
  • British Gas - Services for Special Needs Customers

    British Gas has a team of Home Energy Advisers who are trained to respond to the needs of older, disabled or chronically sick customers. Free advice is available on the following topics: Services for special needs customers. This includes the provision of adapters to help those customers who...
  • CBIT

    CBIT aims to improve the quality of life for all children and young people who have an acquired brain injury (ABI) and to enable them to achieve their full potential. Activities of the CBIT include: Co-ordinating a network of support groups across the UK; providing families with a chance to...
  • Cellmark

    Cellmark was established in 1987 and is a UK based DNA testing laboratory with over 20 years of specialist experience in DNA paternity testing. Their services are used by a range of customers including members of the public, government departments, and the legal profession. As a result they have...
  • Centre for Fun and Families

    The national Centre for Fun and Families has been set up to assist families where parents are experiencing behaviour and communication difficulties with their children. The Centre aims to offer practical help to parents with children of all ages. Uniquely it provides services direct to families but...
  • Centre for Studies on Inclusive Education

    Inclusive education means disabled and non-disabled children and young people learning together in ordinary pre-school provision, schools, colleges and universities, with appropriate networks of support. The Centre for Studies on Inclusive Education (CSIE) is an independent educational charity, a...
  • Cerebra - For Brain Injured Children and Young People

    Cerebra aims to help decrease the incidence of brain injury in babies and develop and test effective therapies. They support, commission and carry out research to these ends including the award of grants and fellowships. The parent support network offers an information, support and advice...