We produce a wide range of publications for families with disabled children and the professionals who work with them.
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Parent guide: Personal independence payment (PIP) and other benefits at 16
Advice and information for parents about the personal independence payment (PIP), benefits and rights entitlements when their child reaches 16 years of age.
Parent guide: Help with council tax bills
A guide to council tax discounts, support schemes and help available.
Parent guide: Disability living allowance - claiming the higher rate mobility component for children with learning disabilities and autism spectrum disorders
How children with learning disabilities and autism spectrum disorders may qualify for the Disability Living Allowance (DLA) mobility component at the highest rate - one of our benefits guides.
Parent guide: Developmental delay
This guide is written for parents and carers whose child has, or might have developmental delay. It explains what is meant by the terms ‘developmental delay’ and ‘global developmental delay’ and includes top tips from parents. The printed version contains a pull-out poster showing important milestones in a child’s development. You can download the poster from our resource library.
Parent guide: Getting direct payments to buy social care for your disabled child - England and Wales
Direct payments should give you more control over how your child's needs are met. This guide explains how to go about getting direct payments and how they work in practice
Parent guide: Dealing with bullying
Spotting the signs of bullying, the action you can take, your child’s rights and tips from other parents.
Parent guide: Moving into work
This guide aims to answer questions you may have about returning to work, and what support is available at work so you can manage working and caring for your disabled child.
Parent guide: Siblings
How the siblings of a child who has a disability or long-term condition can be supported.
Parent guide: Potty/toilet training
Why disabled children may have problems with toilet training and practical tips and advice to help.
Parent guide: Money Matters - a checklist when your child has additional needs
A checklist of the entitlements to benefits and other financial help you may be able to get if you are the parent of a disabled child in England, Scotland and Wales.