Whether you need practical support or some advice, find out about our services near you. 

You’ll also find useful guidance and advice on our website to help you, or someone you care for. 

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  • Atebion - Bridgend Disability Support Service

    The service offers support to children with a disability and their families, whether they are diagnosed or going through the process of diagnosis. The support provided will be unique to each family as the support required will be different depending on each families circumstance/situation. We work with families and their children aged 0-25.

    Disability advocacy/participation
  • Bury SEND Ambassadors

    A SEND Ambassador is a child or young person, young adult aged 7—25 with special educational needs and or/disabilities (SEND) who wants to be part of making services understand what works well for children and young people

    Disability advocacy/participation
  • DAIS - Gateshead SENDIAS

    The SENDIAS Service provides independent impartial information, advice and support to children and young people and parents/carers, about their or their child's special educational needs. Gateshead SENDIAS Service is provided by Barnardo's Disability and inclusion Support Service on behalf of Gateshead Council.

    Disability advocacy/participation
  • DSI Service - Group Work

    BUZZ Specialist Youth Groups - the service provides 3 clubs per week term time only to provide fun activities for up to 6 young people per group with SEND with the East Riding of Yorkshire. Referrals are through the commissioner.

    Disability advocacy/participation
  • Greater Manchester Key Working Service

    Greater Manchester Key Working Service for children and young people 0-25years with a Learning Disability and/or Autism who are at risk of admission to a mental health ward or in need of a 52 week residential school/college or where families and professionals believe things are escalating and without support could be an outcome. See our service video https://clipchamp.com/watch/MiO6eYqTv1w

    Disability advocacy/participation
  • Holiday Club Short Breaks Group

    Are you looking for something fun to do in the holidays? The Holiday Club is a group for 8 - 19 year olds with individual needs who would like to make new friends and have fun. There will be lots of different creative and fun activities to join in with. The group runs on a Thursday and Friday from 10am - 3pm

    Disability advocacy/participation
  • Junior Art Attack - Short Breaks Group

    Junior Art Attack is for 4 – 8 year olds with individual needs who enjoy all things arty. Activities will include, art, music and dance. This is a chance for you to show off your creativity. Come to Junior Art Attack and develop your talent and get to know others who have the same interests as you! To request a place please contact us on 01706 769634 or email [email protected]

    Disability advocacy/participation
  • Liverpool & Knowsely SENDIASS

    Sendiass (Special Educational Needs Disability Information Advice Support Service) provides free impartial information, advice and support to disabled children and young people aged 0-25, and those with SEN, through their parents and carers. Young people aged 16+ can have support in their own right.

    Disability advocacy/participation
  • Rochdale Sendiass Ambassadors

    A SEND Ambassador is a child or young person, young adult aged 7—25 with special educational needs and or/disabilities (SEND) who wants to be part of making services understand what works well for children and young people

    Disability advocacy/participation
  • SHINE +

    This is a 10 week parenting group for parents/carers of primary school aged children who have social and communication needs. We share lots of information on a range of topics e.g communication, play, sleep, celebrating your child's gifts and talents and who else can support.

    Disability advocacy/participation