For disability information, call free
0808 800 3333
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There are 800,000 disabled children in Britain. That means one in 15 families with dependent children has a disabled child.
Guide for parents
Read our guide providing advice, information, tips and support for you around time of diagnosis and during the early years.
Our local parent groups offer emotional and practical support.
Benefits and grants
It costs up to three times as much to raise a disabled child as it does to raise a non-disabled child. Read more about financial help you're entitled to.
Therapies and treatments
What's available for disabled children and adults?
Disabled children and sleep difficulties
Practical tips to include children with eating difficulties
For parents and carers of disabled children
Oral health concerns for people with cerebral palsy
Play and books
Games that all children can play and books they can read!
Communication for disabled children
Tips on Alternative and Augmentative Communication (AAC)
Special Educational Needs reforms
Young disabled people
Aged 10-18? Take a look at our Trendsetters section.
A guide on how to make a medical negligence claim.
We provide free and impartial support and information on the issues that matter to disabled people and their families.
Call us free on 0808 800 3333, weekdays 9am to 5pm.
If you are caring for a disabled child or adult, swap tips, share ideas and talk to other parents and carers.
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There are around 800,000
disabled children in Britain.
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