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Our parent guides and factsheets

We produce a series of guides and factsheets on all aspects of raising a disabled child.

You can browse and download the parent guides in our library or download a publications list [PDF].

Ordering and buying print copies of our guides

If you are a parent and want a free print version of any of our parent guides, please contact our freephone helpline on 0808 808 3555 or

If you are a professional then we ask that you make a small payment of £1 for each of our guides. Select 'order print version' next to any parent guide that is on sale. Your basket will appear at the top of the page above the menu bar.

  • Research and reports: For Scotland's Disabled Children (fSDC) - How we set the scene

    Report with statistics and gaps in services for disabled children in Scotland from 2009 - 2011 with recommendations.


  • Research and reports: Counting the costs Scotland 2012

    In 2012 we revisited our 2010 financial survey, to see if anything had improved for families of disabled children. Read the findings for Scotland here


  • Research and reports: for Scotland's Disabled Children (fSDC) diary project

    Report detailing family life using various methods, the project provided the opportunity for young disabled people to convey their experiences about growing up in Scotland today.


  • Research and reports: for Scotland's Disabled Children (fSDC) Liasion project summary report

    Report for Scotland's Disabled Children project's key work and objectives.


  • Research and reports: Forgotten families. The impact of isolation on families with disabled children in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland 2011

    From the Nations: in our 2011 survey of over 1,100 families with disabled children, we found out about levels of isolation families with disabled children experience and how this impacts on their family life