British Dyslexia Association
The British Dyslexia Association is the voice of dyslexic people. They offer advice, information and help to families, professionals and dyslexic individuals.
The British Epilepsy Association provides a wide range of services and information to support anybody with an interest in epilepsy.
Advice for children, parents and schools on tackling the problems of bullying.
The Campaign for State Education is an education campaign group, which campaigns for the right of all to the highest quality state education, regardless of race, gender, home circumstances, ability or disability.
A free to register, service designed to match parents with local childcare providers.
A service to help parents and families find childcare, babysitters and nannies.
The UK’s free 24-hour helpline for children and young people in trouble or danger.
Search for a counsellor or psychotherapist near you. The site aims to be the leading service for counselling advice and information, connecting those in distress with the largest support network in the UK.
Deaf 24/7 is an internet resource point for any one interested in deaf related information especially in United Kingdom.
DirectGov: Parents Lots of information from the government on parenting issues, such as having a baby, money issues, family and the law, adoption issues, bullying, child care, health, and much more.
DirectGov – Schools
Find information about schools, childcare and nurseries, including School Profiles.
The Down’s Syndrome Association exists to support parents and carers of people with the condition.
Early Support is for families with young disabled children. It is the Government’s recommended approach to co-ordinating services across England.
The only organisation in the UK that gives parents the opportunity to book local nursery and child minder places or an emergency nanny on a flexible, ad hoc or daily basis.
Offering information and support to children and young people with Hemiplegia, to their families or carers and to the professionals who work with them. Also aiming to increase general awareness of the condition.
The Idea Box
Early childhood education and activity resources, with ideas for games, music, songs, recipes and crafts.
The UK national property register, where you can register personal items and enables polices to trace owners of lost and stolen property. As a direct result of Immobilise there are over 250 cases a week where property is returned or information collected that assists the Police in investigating criminal activity involving stolen goods.
Information and advice on fitness, nutrition, diseases and conditions and the health of babies, children and other members of the family.
Internet Watch Foundation
The Internet Watch Foundation is an independent non-profit organisation established to address the problem of illegal material on the Net, with particular reference to child pornography.
Parenting and Pregnancy advice for mums and dads. With baby names, gender predictor, forums, parents blogs and much more!.
The National federation of Families with Visually impaired children- linking families of children with a visual impairment across the country and providing support and advice.
Making the search for childcare and day nurseries a little easier.
Making Spaces for Children
A guide to space planning and room layout. Valuable guidance resource on how to maximize any childcare space.
The Royal Association for Disability and Rehabilitation is the UK’s advisory disability body run by and for disabled people.
The Royal National Institute for the Blind offers practical support and advice to anyone with a sight problem.
The Royal National Institute for the Deaf is the largest charity representing the deaf and hard of hearing people in the UK.
SchoolsNet The No. 1 schools guide for parents, and by parents.
National organisation for people with Cerebral Palsy, whose aim is that disabled people achieve equality: a society in which they are as valued, and have the same human and civil rights, as everyone else.
Sense is the UK’s largest organisation for children and adults who are deafblind or have associated disabilities.
Teaching Your Child
Advice and support for parents and carers on how to help their child progress at school. A range of activity ideas are provided to ensure you can improve your child’s literacy and numeracy skills along with their social and emotional development.