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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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  • SNAP Cymru is an all Wales children's charity working with families, young people and professionals on issues regarding additional learning needs and disabilities....

  • The RADAR National Key Scheme (NKS) provides special keys for registered disabled people to access locked public toilets around the UK.

  • A registered charity providing specialist toys and leisure equipment for children and adults with a disability in a lending library service.

  • (CCARAT)

  • A young person's guide to transition is aimed at 14 to 25 year olds and aims to guide young people through the options available such as college, training and employment....

  • Standard disabled toilets do not meet the needs of all people with a disability - or their carers.

  • A group for children and young people with ASD and their families.

  • Equipment from this service is available for children and young people at the request of the Occupational Therapist, or the District Nurse.

  • Circus Eruption provides a safe and supportive space for young people to learn circus skills.

  • The Royal Blind Society supports children and young people 0-25 years old who have been diagnosed with a serious eye condition, and their family.

  • The Hynt card helps make access to leisure and recreational services easier for disabled customers.

  • The concessionary travel scheme is administered by the City and County of Swansea and applies to children and young people with certain disabilities, free travel...

  • Disabled Living Fund is a national charity that provides impartial advice, information and training on daily living aids.

  • Charitable funding for children's equipment.

  • A company offering a full range of seatbelts and harnesses for children and adults with special needs.

  • Everyone has ups and downs, especially about growing up.

  • Experts in helping children develop the speech, language and communication skills they need to thrive in a 21st century world.

  • SENSE are a national charity that supports and campaigns for children and adults who are deafblind.

  • The Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) is the leading charity offering information, support and advice to almost two million people with sight loss....

  • Rare Disease UK (RDUK) is the national alliance for people with rare diseases and all who support them.

  • Going into hospital can be daunting for children and their families.

  • The National Deaf Children Society provides emotional and practical support.

  • A UK charity for people with autism (including Asperger syndrome) and their families.

  • For many families, a diagnosis of a muscle-wasting condition comes as a complete shock. We're here to help.

  • We provide the largest range of support services for people affected by meningitis in the UK.

  • Infokid provides information for parents and carers about kidney conditions in babies, children and young people.

  • The Housing and Support Alliance offers free independent advice, information and resources on housing, supported living an rights for people with learning disabilities....

  • The General Medical Council (GMC) has launched a website which aims to help doctors provide better care for people with learning disabilities.

  • This booklet provides advice for family carers of adults with a learning disability.

  • It can be hard if you or a family member has just been diagnosed with cystic fibrosis, but we're here to help.

  • Cerebra is a unique charity set up to help improve the lives of children with brain related conditions through researching, educating and directly supporting children...

  • Caudwell Children provide family support services, equipment, treatment and therapies for disabled children and their families across the UK.

  • The British Heart Foundation have an extensive range of resources for children and young people.

  • This is a partnership project between registered charity Local Aid and the City and County of Swansea.

  • Information on each Deaf user group, as well as information on the centre , hire, activities, events going on in and outside the centre

  • The British Institute of Learning Difficulties

  • The Autism directory is run by parents of children with autism.

  • (AYME) is a UK charity that provides support for children and young people aged up to 26 who have ME/CFS.

  • The only organisation in Wales for parents and carers of people with Learning Disabilities which is run by parents and carers of people with Learning Disabilities....

  • In partnership with Irwin Mitchell, have produced a leaflet to help individuals who feel that they are not being appropriately consulted about the welfare of their...

  • Supporting children and young people with specific language impairment (SLI) and speech, language and communication needs (SLCN) and their parents.

  • Based within Cardiff, the charity delivers creative, touch-based movement and dance programmes tailored for individuals affected by profound and multiple disabilities,...

  • A registered charity formed in 1993 by parents living in the Port Talbot area, who were unable to find suitable leisure facilities for special needs children in...

  • An interactive website for people with learning disabilities.

  • A Youth Club for young people of mixed abilities.

  • Swansea has two during our operational hours these are free however it is advisable to book in advance.

  • A project aiming to integrate young people with special needs into play and leisure opportunities that are available to any child in their community.

  • The Trust provides four self-catering holiday houses in Pembrokeshire, UK for families with disabled children at economical prices.

  • FOYD is a Swansea based charity, established in 1985, which provides a centre for young disabled people and children to meet and use its facilities to promote learning...

  • A weekly Youth Club 14 to 25 in Swansea.

  • Discovery is a registered charity based at Swansea University.

  • The Disability Sport Wales National Development Programme promoted and delivered through a network of Disability Sport Wales Development Officers located across...

  • A national card that can be used to verify that the holder is entitled to one free ticket for a person accompanying them to the cinema.

  • BikeAbility Wales provides a cycling opportunity for everyone to enjoy. It was set up to enable people of all abilities to enjoy the pleasures and health benefits...

  • Sensory friendly screenings for people with autism and people with learning disabilities every month at more than 80 ODEON and VUE cinemas in the UK and Ireland....

  • By registering your disabled child you will receive a parent/carer card which you can use as evidence that you are a parent/carer and be able to show this for concessions...

  • Personal technology for independent living

  • Tros Gynnal Plant is a leading Welsh children's charity working with some of our country's most vulnerable and marginalised children and young people.

  • Together 4 Rights is an all-Wales group of young disabled people aged 11-19.

  • MENCAP Cymru is the voice of learning disability in Wales.

  • A voluntary sector voice promoting the progressive policies for children and adults with learning disabilities.

  • Information, advice and support for 11-25 year olds in Swansea.

  • Independence at Home Grants available.

  • Website for disabled people with information including benefits, welfare reform, health topics and mobility information, email advice, resources directories and...

  • Easyhealth was made so that people know where to find 'accessible' health information.

  • A positive, interesting and useful disability related magazine with articles and resources to help people with disabilities achieve whatever they wish.

  • A legal handbook authoritative yet accessible guide to the legal rights of disabled children and their families in England and Wales includes advice on transition....

  • Change is a leading national human rights organisation led by disabled people.

  • Careers Wales aim to offer a guidance interview to all young people with a Statement of Special Educational Need.

  • National Deaf Children's Society website for children 8-11 and young people 12-18.

  • Bringing Us Together is an independent and proactive community championing the voices of disabled children, young people and their families.

  • The Together for Families Helpline provides information for families, carers and professionals.

  • Sibs is a UK charity representing the needs of siblings of disabled people.

  • SCOPE are a national charity who work with disabled people and their families at every stage of their lives.

  • A new benefit called personal independence payment is replacing disability living allowance (DLA) for adults aged 16-64.

  • UK's largest provider of grants to low-income families raising disabled and seriously ill children and young people.

  • Face2Face Cymru provides emotional support to parents whose children have been recognised as having a special need or disability.

  • Early Support Wales provides useful a range of background information booklets (in Welsh and English), which provide basic information about the kinds of services...

  • The Discretionary Assistance Fund offers payments, or in kind support, to people needing urgent assistance and where there is an identified need to safeguard health...

  • 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....

  • Children in Wales is a registered charity that promotes the interests of children, young people and their families in Wales.

  • Carers UK give expert advice, information and support.

  • Carer's Allowance is the main benefit for carers.

  • A national charitable body who actively work to ensure that all older people have homes that are safe, secure and appropriate to their needs however they do administer...

  • It is not uncommon for Carers to experience financial difficulties. Depending on circumstances there are a number of benefits that carers and those they care for...

  • ABCD Cymru is a charity to support BME families with disabilities.

  • This pack is designed to help busy parents and carers of children to identify any benefits that they are entitled to, but are not claiming including additional...

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