Action for Children Action for Children supports and speaks for the UK's most vulnerable and neglected children and young people.
BikeabilityBikeability are offering adult and family cycle training. It is open to adults, families and young people and is tailored to suit individual needs, abilities. You can have up to 3 x one hour sessions per person FREE OF CHARGE. To book online, via the website
Bristol Bike ProjectWe are a comprehensive Community Bike Project, repairing and relocating unwanted bicycles. We aim to help people from all walks of life get out on two wheels and for it to be an inclusive and empowering experience.
Bristol Black CarersBristol Black Carers supports carers and those whom they care for to access mainstream care and health related public services. We provide regular support group meetings, organise trips and activities to give carers a break and can offer support, advice and information, either over the phone, at our offices or a home visit can be arranged.
Bristol Parent CarersWe are a new group of parents and carers of children with disabilities and special needs who live in Bristol. For 20 years parent carers and parent support agencies in Bristol have worked in partnership with the local authorities to shape service provision for children and young people with disabilities and special needs. These initiatives have been successful in bringing about positive changes for parent carers and their children.
Bristol Playbus ProjectLets All Play - Free Inclusive Play For Disabled Children and their siblings at Bristol’s Adventure Playgrounds
Carers Support CentreCarers Support Centre provides support, information and advice to carers of any age living in the Bristol and South Gloucestershire areas.
Contact A FamilyWe provide information, advice and support. We bring families together so they can support each other. We campaign to improve their circumstances, and for their right to be included and equal in society.
Findability BristolThere are important sources of support listed for you here, please do make use of us.
Fledglings SwiftFledglings is a national charity that finds and sells products that improve the lives of disabled children and their families. Finding Solutions, Changing Lives. We understand that life with a disabled child can be challenging, and we help by providing practical, affordable, good quality products that address everyday problems faced by children with disabilities such as cerebral palsy and autism. Whether you are a parent or carer of a disabled child, grandparent or family friend, teacher or health professional, Fledglings can help make life a little bit easier.
Information, Advice & Support Services NetworkThe Information, Advice and Support Services Network (IASS Network) supports and promotes the work of Information, Advice and Support (IAS) Services across England. We are based at the Council for Disabled Children. IAS Services have a duty to provide information, advice and support to disabled children and young people, and those with SEN, and their parents. They are statutory services which means there has to be one in every local authority.
KidsKIDS is 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.
MencapNew Special Educational Needs and Disabilities easy read resources
(The) National Autistic SocietyThe National Autistic Society is the leading UK charity for people with autism (including Asperger syndrome) and their families. We provide information, support and pioneering services, and campaign for a better world for people with autism.
Preparing for AdulthoodThe Preparing for Adulthood programme (PfA) is funded by the Department for Education as part of the delivery support for the SEN and disability reforms.
Rainbow Childrens BooksKelly Mattock is a local independent Usborne Organiser and can be contacted on 01275 838284 or 0790 519 8970 or you can email her at email@example.com. Or visit her website
Shared Lives Project (Bristol)This link explains what Shared Lives means, how people can receive this type of support, and how you can become a Bristol Shared Lives carer.
Supportive ParentsWe are an independent organisation offering a free, confidential and impartial service to any parent, child or young person who has a concern about special educational needs. We provide you with all the information you need to understand the Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) process and improve your, or your child’s, educational experience.
Think You Know Great advice to keep children safe whilst using the internet.
Transition Information NetworkThe Transition Information Network (TIN) is an alliance of organisations and individuals who come together to improve the experience of disabled young people’s transition to adulthood.