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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.
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 email@example.com.
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.
Factsheet: Personal Independence Payment (PIP) – a new benefit for disabled people aged 16 and above
Two page summary about Personal Independence Payment, the benefit that is replacing Disability Living Allowance for young people and adults aged 16-64.
Group Action Pack: Writing a press release and speaking to the media
Tips on writing a press release and speaking to journalists for local and national parent support groups in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
Support for parent carer forums: Parent carer forums handbook
Includes information on all aspects of running a forum including getting started, policies, governance, reaching parents, finances including paying parents, managing conflict and working with local authorities & health to improve services
Factsheet: Changing from the old system to the new - how will it happen?
The Children and Families Act 2014 changed the way children and young people with special educational needs and disability are supported in education. This factsheet has information about how the old system will transfer to the new one.
Factsheet: The local offer explained
The Children and Families Act 2014 requires all local authorities to publish and maintain a 'local offer' in England. A local offer is a wide range of information about all the support and facilities which families can expect to find in their are for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities. This factsheet explains more about what to expect.
Factsheet: Education, Health and Care needs assessments
Since 1 September 2014, Education, Health and Care plans started to replace statements of special educational needs and Learning Difficulty Assessments for children and young people aged 0-25. This factsheet explains the first step to getting an Education, Health and Care plan.
Factsheet: Education, Health and Care plans
Since 1 September 2014 statements of special educational needs and Learning Difficulty Assessments started to be replaced by Education, Health and Care plans for children and young people aged 0-25. This factsheet explains the new system.