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: Getting social care services when your child has additional needs - England
Getting social care services when your child has additional needs - England explains the rights of you and your child to get practical support at home from social work departments, and what you can do if you are not happy with the support your child is receiving.
Disabled Students' Allowance reforms (England)
Paper on government proposals to reform Disabled Students’ Allowances in England.
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.
Leaflet : Guidance on the top children and familes bill myths - part 2
Part two of guidance for parents of disabled children. Put together by experts this guidance dispells the 'myths' that parents hear about the children and families billl and the changes to special educational needs in England.
Leaflet: Guidance on the children and familes bill myths - part one
Part one of guidance for parents of disabled children. Put together by experts this guidance dispells the 'myths' that parents hear about the children and families billl and the changes to special educational needs in England.
Parent Guide: Stepping Stones information handbook for Sutton parents of children with additional needs
Information directory of services for parents of disabled children in Sutton.
Parent guide: Living without a diagnosis
Guide for parents whose child has a learning difficulty or health problem, but do not know its cause. It includes information about getting a diagnosis, and how to access help and support.
Parent guide: Living with a rare condition
Guide for parents whose child has a rare condition, including why rare conditions are sometimes hard to diagnose, how to access medical information, help and support, and a section on getting involved in research.
Parent guide: About diagnosis-developmental delay poster
The printed version of our parent guide on global developmental delay (GGD) contains this pull out poster showing important milestones in a child’s development. If your child does not reached these milestones by the ages shown, and has not been diagnosed, it is advisable to talk your health visitor or GP.
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.