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Self Help Groups

  • DABS Pathfinder Service

    DABS Pathfinder is a pointing service that provides free support and information all over the UK and the Republic of Ireland to anyone and any organisation regarding issues to do with childhood abuse, incest and rape. Their telephone support contacts are professional counsellors or therapists...
  • Daycare Trust

    Daycare Trust is a national childcare charity. The Trust promotes quality, affordable childcare for all. It also advises parents, care providers, employers, trade unions and policy makers on childcare issues.
  • Dial-a-Dream

    Dial-A-Dream is a registered children's charity. Their aims and objectives are to make the dreams and aspirations of children that are suffering from a diagnosed life threatening illness become a reality.
  • Dreamflight

    Dreamflight is a registered UK charity whose purpose is to take seriously ill children and physically disabled children on their holiday of a lifetime to the theme parks in Florida. Dreamflight believes in the importance of bringing some fun and enjoyment into the lives of children whose illnesses...
  • Dreams Come True Charity

    Dreams Come True makes the most treasured dreams of terminally and seriously ill children come true. For their parents too, the experience has great benefits. Sadly, parents have often had to watch their child undergo a great deal of suffering both as a result of their illness and also through...
  • Elisabeth Svendsen Trust for Children & Donkeys

    The aims of the Elisabeth Svendsen Trust for Children & Donkeys are to bring enjoyment and pleasure into the lives of children with special needs and disabilities and to give them the satisfaction that comes with the achievement of learning riding skills. There are centres in Sidmouth, Leeds,...
  • ERIC

    ERIC is a national charity to provide information and support on bedwetting, day time wetting and soiling to children, parents, young people and professionals. ERIC's aims are as follows: To reduce the stigma associated with childhood continence problems. To help professionals improve their...
  • Eyeless Trust

    The Eyeless Trust offers professional support for families in Great Britain who have a child with anophthalmia, microphthalmia or coloboma who is under the age of 25. This upper age limit is flexible and the Trust will stay involved at the request of the family if this is appropriate until the...
  • Family and Parenting Institute

    The Family and Parenting Institute is a charity aiming to improve the wellbeing of children and families in the UK. They undertake research and policy for the real world, provide practical resources for people working with families, and find out what matters most to families. The Family and...
  • Family Fund

    The Family Fund gives grants to lower income families with severely disabled children for things that make life easier and more enjoyable. It is the largest charitable sector grant-maker to families, giving around £29 million to about 48,000 families each year for things such as holidays, washing...