Other organisations N-Z
115-123 Pentonville Road
Tel: 020 7833 2181
Fax: 020 7833 4371
Promotes the interest and well being of all children and young people across every aspect of their lives. We advocate the participation of children and young people in all matters affecting them. We challenge disadvantage in childhood.
National Children’s Bureau
8 Wakley Street
Tel: 020 7843 6000
Fax: 020 7278 9512
Specialises in child protection and the prevention of cruelty to children. In addition to 24 hour helpline, NSPCC runs campaigns, provides child protection training and advice, carries out research into the nature and effect of child abuse and produces information leaflets.
42 Curtain Road
Tel: 0808 800 5000
Text: 18001 0808 800 5000
Parley is a support and information website which has been created for new parents, in particular parents with a child who has to undergo surgery and those children with long/short term medical conditions or impairments/disabilities.
A centre providing outdoor mobility information, demonstration, assessment and training for disabled and elderly people.
Queen Elizabeth's Foundation for Disabled People
Tel: 01372 841 100
Fax: 01372 844 072
Email: via web form
Rainbow Trust Children's Charity provides emotional and practical support to families who have a child with a life threatening or terminal illness. Rainbow Trust's Family Support Workers join the family in their own home and are there to provide practical support. We are contactable 24 hours a day for families in crisis from diagnosis, through treatment and even after bereavement.
Rainbow relies almost entirely on voluntary donations and through the generosity of our supporters we are able to help around 1,000 families a year.
Respond provides a range of services to people with learning disabilities who have experienced abuse or trauma and to those who have gone on to perpetrate abuse. Respond specialises in working with sexual abuse. We also run a project for parents with learning disabilities and a national helpline. We offer training and support to professionals and carers.
24-32 Stephenson Way
Tel: 020 7383 0700 General enquiries
Fax: 020 7387 1222
Offers advice and information on all aspects of Scottish law as it relates to the rights of children and young people. Telephone information on child law, education, health, social work, divorce etc.
54 East Crosscauseway
Tel: 0131 667 6333
The Scottish Social Services Council is the regulatory body for the Scottish social services workforce with responsibility for registration, education and training and workforce development.
11 Riverside Drive
Tel: 08456 030 891
Sibs is for people who grow up with a brother or sister with special needs, disability, chronic illness. This group of people are often referred to as ‘siblings’. There are at least 2 million of these siblings in the UK. Many siblings need support and information at different stages of their lives.
Tel: 01535 645453
A residential provision in the South West caring for young people between the ages of 11 and 18. Achieving success through communication, Signpost provides services to deaf young people with complex needs including autism, ADHD and challenging behaviour.
Tel: 01884 841255
Ray Elphick: 07595 870 255
Mark Frost: 07595 221 665
A website developed by the parents of two girls with CHARGE Syndrome who wish to share information and advice about CHARGE Syndrome and deaf-blindness.
A support and information group for adults and children with learning disabilities who have experienced crime or abuse and their families and carers. It also works for changes in the law and practice.
RTC Business Centre
Helpline: 0808 802 8686
Tel: 01332 291 042 (general)
Email: via online form or firstname.lastname@example.org