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Charity organisations

Action for Kids

www.actionforkids.org

Helping disabled children and their families with mobility aids, family support.

Jennifer Trust for Spinal Muscular Atrophy

www.jtsma.org.uk

Jennifer Trust is the only national charity dedicated to helping children and families affected by Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA).

Association of Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus

www.asbah.org 

Association of Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus ASBAH is the UK charity providing information and advice about spina bifida and hydrocephalus to individuals, families and carers.

Lifeline4Kids

www.lifeline4kids.org

Formed to provide essential equipment to help improve the quality of life for children with disabilities and special needs.

 

Association of Charity Officers

www.aco.uk.net

This organisation lists a number of charities that help individuals in need.

 

Muscular Dystrophy Group

(Joseph Patrick Memorial Trust)

www.muscular-dystrophy.org

Covers over sixty different neuromuscular conditions including duchenne muscular dystrophy.

 

Barnardos

www.barnardos.org.uk

Barnardos offer a range of support to disadvantaged children and young people throughout the UK including disabled children.

 

Newlife Foundation for Disabled Children

www.newlifecharity.co.uk

Newlife help disabled children via nurse services, equipment grant services, such as wheelchairs, beds and communication aids and medical research.

 

British Institute for Brain Injured Children

www.bibic.org.uk

BIBIC works with parents and carers to help improve the quality of life for brain injured children.

 

RETT Syndrome Association UK

www.rettsyndrome.org.uk

A national charity who offer information, advice, practical help and friendship to people with Rett Syndrome, families and carers. Fund research into the condition.

 

The Bobath Centre

www.bobath.org.uk

Helping in the treatment of cerebral Palsy.

 

Special Kids in the UK

www.specialkidsintheuk.org

Special Kids in the UK is a charity offering contact information and support for families of children and young people with special needs throughout the UK.

 

Contact a Family

www.cafamily.org.uk

Contact a Family is a UK wide charity that provides advice, information and support to the parents of all disabled children.

 

Turn2us

www.turn2us.org.uk

Turn2us exists to help people access the money available to them through grants, benefits and other financial help.

 

Caudwell Children’s Charity

www.caudwellchildren.com

Help disabled children throughout the UK by providing assistance with treatment, therapy, specialised equipment and holidays.

 

The Variety Club, Children’s Charity

www.varietyclub.org.uk

Variety Club has been helping disabled children for over 50 years. They help with equipment, holidays and in many other ways.

 

Cerebra

www.cerebra.org.uk

Helping to improve the lives of children 16 and under with brain related conditions through researching, educating, and directly supporting children and their carers.

 

Association of Wheelchair Children

www.wheelchairchildren.org.uk

AWC is a specialist charity that runs expert wheelchair training courses for children and their families across the UK and Ireland.

 

CLIC Sargent

www.clicsargent.org.uk

Caring for children and young people with cancer

 

Whizz Kidz Charity

www.whizz-kidz.org.uk

Whizz Kidz Charity help disabled children and young people with their independence, at home, school and at play. They provide mobility equipment, training, advice and life skills.

 

Family Fund

www.familyfund.org.uk

Family Fund helps families with severely disabled children to have choices and the opportunity to enjoy an ordinary life.

 

When You Wish Upon a Star

www.whenyouwishuponastar.org.uk

Grants wishes to children suffering from a life threatening illness, from the age of 2 to 16 years old. 

 

Great Ormond Street Hospital Charity

www.gosh.org

Great Ormond Street Hospital Charity works to keep the hospital at the forefront of international paediatric medicine.

 

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