We are an umbrella body for locally and regionally based organisations and support groups made up of parents and carers. Continue Reading All Wales Forum for Parents and Carers
This project in conjunction with international children’s charity Cerebra and assisted by practising solicitors, enables students to research the law relating to disabled children and to provide advice relating to disputes over their health and social care entitlements. Continue Reading Cardiff Law School Pro Bono (free legal help)
Coleg Elidyr is part of the international Camphill Movement, known throughout the world for its commitment to creating intentional communities where vulnerable people, many with learning difficulties can live, learn and work together in a healthy social environment based on mutual care and respect. Continue Reading Coleg Elidyr Camphill Community College
Hft is a national charity, providing services for people with learning disabilities throughout England. We support people to live life the way they choose – whether providing support for just a couple of hours a week, or 24 hours a day.
Our services include Supported Living, Residential Care and Short Break services. We empower people to make their own choices, including finding a job, building friendships and relationships and taking part in activities. Continue Reading hft
Our Advice Line gives free and independent legally based SEN advice. For our Advice Line number and information about booking an Advice Line call, please click here.
Continue Reading Independent Parental Special Education Advice (known as IPSEA)
The first step to getting help as a carer is to inform others of your situation. There is no national register for carers, but letting healthcare professionals, your employer, and those who are close to you, know about your role as a carer, can give you access to many different forms of support. Continue Reading NHS WAles-Carers
Natspec represents over 70 member colleges and the interests of more than 3,000 students with complex learning difficulties or disabilities. Continue Reading The Association of National Specialist Colleges (Natspec)