Each of the organisations below provide support to families raising disabled children and have resources and services aimed at supporting children and families experiencing sleep problems. Find out more about each organisation below or go to the What's On page to see what sleep help and support they may provide in your area.
The charity dedicated to helping families with children with brain conditions discover a better life together.
Council for Disabled Children's vision is a society in which disabled children's life chances are assured, their needs are met, their aspirations supported and their rights respected.
A free and flexible learning resource to help those who work, volunteer or engage with disabled children and young people.
A leading disabled children’s charity that has been in existence for over 40 years working to enable disabled children and young people and their families to enjoy their lives.
The leading UK charity for autistic people (including those with Asperger syndrome) and their families. NAS provide information, support, pioneering services, and campaign for a better world for autistic people.
Sense is a national charity that supports people who are deafblind, have sensory impairments or complex needs, to enjoy more independent lives.
Scope exists to make this country a place where disabled people have the same opportunities as everyone else.
Provides training and support to parents and professionals to improve children’s sleep.
The Children’s Trust Brain Injury Hub provides information, support and advice to families of children with brain injury. It is accredited by NHS Information Standard and is run by The Children’s Trust, the UK’s leading charity for children with brain injury.
Provides a home-visiting educational service for pre-school children with additional support needs and their families.
The Alliance’s vision is a society where every child enjoys the same right and opportunity to develop and learn through play. We believe families should be placed at the centre of policy-making and work hard to empower parents to become more involved with their child's learning and development.
Interconnections was established in 1995 by Peter Limbrick to support practitioners and managers who work with disabled babies and young children.