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What matters most to parents is that the help and support they receive is easy to access.  Sometimes that might be sign posting to relevant literature and websites however at other times a parent does not know where to turn and at these times you may need to speak to someone or have the opportunity to meet with other parents and carers. 

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  • Disabled Parents Network (DPN) is a national organisation which aims to increase society's acceptance of disability in parenthood and provide support information...

  • Department for work and Pensions Disability Benefits Helpline.

  • Disability Grants is a website that draws together different grant and funding streams for children and adults with a disability.

  • Swansea Carers' Centre deliver a wide range of local support services to meet the needs of carers in the community, including parents of disabled children and young...

  • A specialist Third Sector organisation providing support to carers in their own home including supporting children under 18, with disabilities.

  • Contact a Family provides support, advice and information for families with disabled children, no matter what their condition or disability.

  • ABMU Health Board has launched a series of 'Concerns clinics' to enable patients or relatives with issues about care to meet face to face with executives and senior...

  • The Community Health Council operates the across Bridgend, Neath Port Talbot and the Swansea areas.

  • Swansea Parent/Carers' Forum aims to be a focus for the participation of parent/carers of disabled children and young people.

  • The Citizens Advice Bureau has a dedicated part time officer to help with the completion of Disability Living Allowance forms for disabled children and young people....

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