Useful Links

Links are listed alphabetically in the following categories. Please click on a category title to see the list of links...

Accessibility

IBM Home Page Reader

Internet Explorer

Microsoft Windows

Databases

Children's Information Database

  • Information on Services for Children in Slough
  • Phone: 01753-787828

Health Action Slough Database

Menace Database

  • Phone: 01753-511998

Slough Carers A-Z Directory

  • Phone: 01753 545931

The Asian Health Directory

National Support Groups

ABAPSTAS

ACE

Action for Sick Children

ADD/ADHD (Family Support Group)

Afasic

Allergy Induced Autism (AIA)

Anaphylaxis Campaign

Arthritis Care

ASBAH

Asian People with Disabilities Alliance

Association of Young People with ME

ATTAXIA

BDIN

Beat - beating eating disorders

BILD

  • British Institute of Learning Disabilities
  • Website: www.bild.org.uk
  • Phone: 01562-850251

BLISS

Breakthrough

British Diabetic Association

British Dyslexia Association

British Epilepsy Association

Brittle Bone Society

Contact a Family (CaF)

Contact for Disabled Children

  • National Children's Bureau
  • Website: www.ncb.org.uk
  • Phone: 0207-8436000

Cystic Fibrosis Trust

  • www.cftrust.org.uk
  • Phone: 0208-4647211

DELTA

Disability Sport England

Disabled Living Foundation

Down's Syndrome Association

Down's Syndrome Educational Trust

Dyspraxia Foundation

  • Phone: 01462-454986

Eating Disorders Association

Fibromyalgia Association

Foundation for Children with Leukaemia

Fragile X Society

GLAD

  • Greater London Assoc. for Disability
  • Website: www.glad.org.uk
  • Phone: 0207-3465800

Haemophilia Society

Headway

HEAS

  • Home Education Advisory Service
  • Website: www.heas.org.uk
  • Phone: 01707-371854

Huntington's Disease Association

Hyperactive Children's Support Group

I Can

  • For Children with speech impairment
  • Website: www.ican.org.uk
  • Phone: 0870-0104066

In Touch

  • Puts parents of children with Rare disorders in touch with relevant organisations
  • Phone: 0161-9052440

Kidsactive

Leukaemia Care Society

LOOK

  • National Federation of Families With Visually Impaired Children
  • Website: www.lookuk.cjb.net
  • Phone: 0121-4285038

M S Society

ME (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis)

Mencap

Mind

Motor Neurone Disease Society

Muscular Dystrophy Group

NACC

  • National Assoc.for Colitis and Crohn’s Disease
  • Website: www.nacc.org.uk
  • Phone: 01727-844296

National Asthma Campaign

National Autistic Society

National Blind Children's Society

National Children's Bureau

National Deaf Children's Society

National Eczema Society

National Federation of the Blind for the UK

National Library for the Handicapped Child

National Rathbone Society

National Society for Epilepsy

NATLL

  • National Assoc. of Leisure Toy Libraries
  • Website: www.charitynet.org
  • Phone: 0207-3879592

Network 81

  • Advice and information for Parents of children with special needs
  • Website: www.network81.co.uk
  • Phone: 01279-647415

Neurofibromastosis Association

NHS Direct

ParentLine

  • Phone: 0808-8002222

Parents for Inclusion

PHAB Ltd

Pre-school Learning Alliance

Rescue

  • The Foundation for the Brain Injured Infant
  • Website: www.babybrains.org
  • Phone: 01239-652104

Rett Syndrome Association UK

RNIB

  • Royal National Institute for the Blind
  • Website: www.rnib.org.uk
  • Phone: 08457-669999

RNID

  • Royal National Institute for the Deaf
  • Website: www.rnid.org.uk
  • Phone: 0808-8080123

Sargent Cancer Care for Children

Scope

Sense

  • For children with sensory impairment
  • Website: www.sense.org.uk
  • Phone: 0207-2727774

Sickle Cell Society

Skill

  • Formerly National Bureau for the Handicapped Children
  • Website: www.skill.org.uk
  • Phone: 0207-4500620

The Children's Society

Young Minds

  • National charity for children’s mental health
  • Website: www.youngminds.org.uk
  • Phone: 0800-0182138

Resources

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Safeguarding

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