Organisations providing support

Organisations providing information, advice and support.

Information about a range of local, regional and national organisations that provide information, advice and support to families of children with special, educational needs and / or disabilities.

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Respite house for adults with Learning Disabilities, Autism or other vulnerabilities
Assistance Dogs UK is a coalition of eight assistance dog charities. Over 7,000 disabled people in the UK rely on an assistance dog to help with practical tasks - offering emotional support and independence.
Supporting deaf babies and children to learn to listen and speak with Auditory Verbal therapy.
Helping families of autistic children navigate health and social care and educational adjustments.
The award-winning Autism Education Trust Programme offers face-to-face and virtual training, and practical resources to support education professionals in mainstream and special settings.
Working with young people to raise aspirations, provide positive opportunities and key skills to build resilience for adulthood.
Providing expert advice, information and support to carers across the UK.
ChatterBug provides a range of services to children with communication difficulties and parents/professionals who work to support them.
Communication Matters is a UK-wide charity committed to supporting people of all ages who find communication difficult because they have little or no clear speech and who may need to use Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC).
Connect Together is a social prescribing service for children and young people in LS10, LS11, LS12 and LS13 to help link them with support to improve wellbeing, physical health, school readiness and reduce social isolation.