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Self Help UK
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Self Help Groups

  • Liberty Child

    Liberty Child provides holidays for children and young people with disabilities, physical and mental. The objectives of Liberty Child are: 'To provide relief and support to persons, especially children and young people, with physical or mental disadvantage or disability or special needs, and...
  • Little Hearts Matter

    Little Hearts Matter is the national voice for families where a single ventricle heart condition has been diagnosed such as hypoplastic left heart syndrome, tricuspid atresia, double inlet ventricle or pulmonary atresia . They work with medical and social care teams to offer a multi-disciplinary...
  • Lozells Centre for Women & Children (LCWC)

    LCWC is a Registered Charity providing education and training courses (ie. ESOL, computer), advice and guidance, various workshops, girls group and volunteering to the local women, girls and children.
  • Make a Wish Foundation

    Make-A-Wish grants magical wishes to children and young people fighting life-threatening illnesses. Make-A-Wish was founded in the UK in June 1986 and, since then, they have granted over 5,200 wishes. At any given time, over 20,000 children in the UK are living with life-threatening conditions and...
  • Mark College

    Mark College is a school for boys and girls aged 10-19 years who have specific learning difficulties (dyslexia).
  • Mellow Parenting

    Mellow Parenting is a 14 week one day a week group designed to support families with relationship problems with their infants and young children. It combines personal support for parents with a video and direct work with parents and children on their own parenting problems. Mellow Parenting has...
  • Micro and Anophthalmic Children's Society

    The Micro & Anophthalmic Children's Society (MACS) was formed in 1993 as a source of mutual support for families with children suffering from these rare conditions in the UK and around the world. MACS is a registered charity run entirely by volunteer parents and relies solely on donations. The...
  • MOSAC

    MOSAC aims to support non abusing parents / carers in overcoming the trauma of discovering their child has been sexually abused with the provision of a helpline, advocacy, counselling, support groups, befriending, and play therapy (for abused children). Most of MOSAC's services are only available...
  • MOVE Europe

    MOVE is a combination of education and therapy, designed to help children with severe physical and learning disabilities and complex needs to gain (or regain) independent physical movement. Move is a logical six-step framework which centres on three simple questions: What can the child do...
  • NACE - National Association for Able Children in Education

    NACE exists solely to support the daily work of teachers providing for pupils with high abilities whilst enabling all pupils to flourish. NACE is a large network of educators passionate about enabling able pupils to fulfil their potential within inclusive school communities. Their members are...