Home Help for families Campaigns and research
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We influence policy and campaign so politicians and decision-makers tackle the inequalities faced by families with disabled children.
Campaign win: Vaccine committee and government give go ahead for some clinically vulnerable children aged 12 to 15 to have the Pfizer vaccine : Read our statement and thank you to every family for helping us achieve this.
We have written some questions and answers for families about what the JCVI and government announcement.
More on our Covid-19 vaccine campaign:
Use our new resources to challenge DWP decisions on claiming Universal Credit for a disabled young person in education.
Universal Credit – Stop the cuts, meaning more than 100,000 families with disabled children will be worse off. Read our Universal Credit briefing [PDF] that explains the issues.
Read our new guides on getting eye, hearing and dental checks.
Get an annual health check for your child – listen to our podcast and answers to your questions including how to get on the learning disability register.
Your questions answered about getting the Flu jab.
We join forces with other charities to influence public policy and campaign together. This shared voice strengthens our lobbying activities and helps decision makers and politicians understand shared concerns. These alliances include: