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- Website giving information about the national organisation for thoses affected by psoriasis.
- Tired Out is Family Fund’s new sleep support hub which aims to help parents and carers of disabled children to sleep better. It pulls sleep information and resources together in one place. This includes information about support available to families in their local area, useful…
- Offering support to those affected by tuberous sclerosis and their families and carers.
- Website supporting children and adults with learning disabilities.
- A source of information service for families of children with rare chromosome disorders.
- WellChild helps sick children and their families throughout the UK.
- The website of the national organisation which is a major provider of services for young people with epilepsy.
- Thursday 6.30-7pmBeginners welcome, no need to book
- Whizz-Kidz transforms the lives of disabled children by providing the equipment, support and life skills they need, when they need them – giving them the chance to develop their full potential. We believe that every young disabled person has the right to a fun and…
- Children's CentresMonday to Friday 8am to 6pm.Willow Children's Centre achieved 'Outstanding' in the last Ofsted inspection. 'The inspirational senior management team creates a highly focused ethos, which is reflected in the positive attitudes of staff, parents and children. Meeting children's care, well-being and learning needs is central to all that they do’. The…
- Working Families is the UK’s leading work-life balance organisation. We help children, working parents and carers and their employers find a better balance between responsibilities at home and work. Our free Legal Helpline gives parents and carers legal and in-work benefits advice, as well as helping them to negotiate…
- Various, depending on the type of involvement with the project.The Young People for Inclusion Forum (YPFI) is a group of young disabled people aged 13 to 25. Our main aims are to represent the views of young disabled people who are living, working or studying in Camden. We campaign for improved equality and for…