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Registered charity in North London, providing Conductive Education and therapies to help children and young people aged 3-18 with movement disorders due to conditions such as cerebral palsy and acquired brain injury to achieve their potential, plus support for parents.
The Crimestoppers Trust is a charity, which leads to the conviction of criminals. It is not part of the Police force.
Government body which pays compensation to blameless victims of violent crime. Telephone the helpline or apply online via the website.
Website providing information and advice for dads.
Website of the organisation for dual sensory impaired people
Debt Hacker could help you get money back and fix your credit score; free service.
The website of the British Diabetic Association, which provides information and advice on teenage diabetes.
Website for Disability Law Service which offers free and equal access to the legal rights of disabled people.
Disability Rights UK has been formed through a unification of Disability Alliance, Radar and National Centre for Independent Living. It aims to be the largest national pan-disability organisation led by disabled people.
A national information charity on disability and parenthood.
The website of the Disabled Living Foundation.
The Trust aims to increase the education and development of those with Down Syndrome.
Website of the national organisation giving advice on all aspects of the condition.
National charity providing support, advice, assessment, education, training for children, young people and adults experiencing dyslexia and literacy difficulties.
This website give information about a network of local groups and activities for children with dyspraxia
Support to East London's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities.