Useful Links


Defintion and description of ACC

A community for discussion agenesis of the corpus callosum and other callosal disorders.

National Organization for Disorders of the Corpus Callosum (NODCC) – a non-profit corporation established by professionals, parents and individuals with corpus callosum disorders.

Aicardi Syndrome Foundation – provides information and comfort to families and friends of children diagnosed with Aicardi Syndrome.

Cry-sis – support for families with excessively crying, sleepless and demanding children.

Hyperactive Children’s Support Group – Information relating to help with problems relating to hyperactivity

Disabled clothing and wheelchair clothing

Special needs clothing including bibs, vests, swimwear etc.

Sensory Toys & Special Needs Toys

TFH – Large range of special need toys

Range of wooden toys and glitter tubes.

Fledglings – helps parents and carers of a child with special needs to find simple, affordable solutions to practical problems.

Seenin – produce garments for both adults and children with special needs, which includes wheelchair covers, feeding bibs, feeding aprons, kerchiefs and changing mats

Association for Postnatal Support (APNI) – Telephone support for mothers with postnatal depression.

Sure Start – Provides information on Government support for children, parents and communities.

Advisory Centre for Education (ACE) – Advice for parents on state education, special education, exclusion from school, bullying and school admission appeals

Epilepsy Action have a helpline and regular magazines and support groups for those with epilepesy.

Special needs harnesses for vehicle seats, wheelchairs, shower & bath hoists, commode chairs, walking reins and more.

Good range of special needs car seats

Range of weighted and sensory products

Specialist seating including the pod seat

Lap tray for wheelchairs, buggies, car seats

Who are we and why are we studying the Corpus Callosum.

Provides specialist equipment, treatment and therapies for sick and disabled children across the UK

Family Fund for Families with Severely Disabled Children – Gives cash grants to ease stress on families caring for severely disabled children under 17.

Providing equipment to help individual children, nurse support services, medical research, awareness and campaigning

Provide grants for equipment and wheelchairs

Gingerbread – Self-help association for one parent families.

Promotes education, good practice and research into the theory and practice of Ayres’ Sensory Integration.

AFASIC (Association for all Speech Impaired Children) – Helps children with speech and language disorders.

Enuresis Resource and Information Centre – provides advice and information to children, young adults, parents and professionals on bedwetting and soiling.

Child Growth Foundation – Information and advice for parents concerned about their child’s growth

I CAN – Advice and information for parents of children with speech and language difficulties.

National Autistic Society – Advice and information on autism, puts parents/carers in touch, provides day and residential centres for the care and education of autistic children.

NHS Direct – 24hr nurse led helpline giving health information and advice.

UNIQUE – a rare chromosome disorder support group that produces regular newsletters and genetic information.

Magazine for parents of young children with additional needs

Advice and information for disabled and mobility restricted passengers travelling through UK Airports.

The Choice Care Group – provides personalised residential support for adults with learning disabilities, mental health disorders and complex emotional and behavioural needs across 39 homes in Berkshire, Wiltshire, Hampshire and Gloucestershire.

Citizens Advice Bureau – Advice on all benefits, housing and your rights generally

Disability Alliance – Information and advice on benefits for all people with disabilities

PAMIS is the only organisation in Scotland that works solely with people with profound and multiple learning disabilities and their families for a better life.

Whether it’s for a few hours a day or seven days a week, we can offer you tailor-made support throughout Scotland. Our free advisory service is at the heart of Sense Scotland and is often the first point of contact for disabled people and their families.

SDS is the Scottish governing and co-coordinating body of all sports for children, athletes and players of all ages and abilities with a physical, sensory or learning disability. SDS has the vision of developing opportunities and improving performance in disability sport for children, athletes and players with a physical, sensory or learning disability in Scotland and contributing to UK and international initiatives.

We work with individuals and families to agree what sort of support best meets their needs. This could be providing specialist accommodation on a fulltime basis for people with more complex needs, to just a few hours befriending a week to help an individual build confidence and make friends. We support individuals of all ages, ranging from after school care for children with disabilities, to day care support for older people with dementia. 

We will work with people with complex and diverse needs, building on our extensive experience to create personalised care, support and education that reflects our values. We will deliver care, support and education that provides choice and progression across all age groups and will support individuals to achieve their outcomes.

Looking after a child with a disability can be demanding. Our services are designed to make life easier, so that all family members can thrive.

The Scottish Commission for Learning Disability(SCLD) is the lead strategic partner to the Scottish Government in the delivery of learning disability strategy and policy. We are an intermediary organisation for the learning disability sector in Scotland, and we are committed to finding new and better ways to improve the lives of people with learning disabilities.

Disability Information Scotland enable positive change by sharing information on disability when people need it, in a way they want it.

City of Aberdeen

We are a Scottish charity supporting the wellbeing of patients and their families through an integrated, person-centred approach to health, education and social care. Our team has over 20 years of experience working with children, young people and adults who have learning disabilities and additional support needs.

Archway’s purpose is to create a network of care which supports the individual and the family, values their uniqueness, upholds their rights and respects their dignity.


VSA’s Richmondhill House offers independent residential and community based support and assessments for children from birth to five years and their families. Both residential and outreach support is offered to families where child protection and/or child care issues have been identified.

A voluntary organisation which supports parents of children with additional support needs, whether physical, learning, sensory or behavioural which is associated with the disability.  It also supports parents of children who are seriously or terminally ill or parents who have suffered a bereavement of a child. It provides advocacy for children and young people with additional needs. All families must live in Angus, Dundee or Perth & Kinross.

We are committed to doing our very best for the people we support and never giving up on someone we support. We are Reliable and always do what we say we will do. We are Honest and open in all of our relationships and transactions. We are Respectful of others, their views and their right. We are Inclusive in how we value diversitysupport equality of access to opportunities and challenge discrimination. We are Creative and flexible in our thinking, in our work and in how we use our resources.

Ayrshire Sportsability is an investment in the future of people with a disability. These people will benefit from our activities by meeting other people, taking part in new and exciting sports, taking up sports regularly, developing further and taking part in competitive sports, in partnership with Scottish Disability Sport.

We are committed to doing our very best for the people we support and never giving up on someone we support. We are Reliable and always do what we say we will do. We are Honest and open in all of our relationships and transactions. We are Respectful of others, their views and their right. We are Inclusive in how we value diversity, support equality of access to opportunities and challenge discrimination. We are Creative and flexible in our thinking, in our work and in how we use our resources.

Holiday Homes

A three bedroom bungalow with wheelchair access, with stunning views over the sea, located just outside Dawlish in Devon. The towns of Dawlish Warren and Dawlish are both accessible by wheelchair. Exeter is about 20 mins away in the car; a wheelchair friendly taxi is available if required. Details on request when booking. Hoists are also available if required. Please visit  for more details and pictures.

Programme aimed at realising the potential of children with developemental delay, brain injury or a genetic condition.

Contact a Family – Links families with special needs and offers information on specific conditions and rare disorders.

Cerebra – Has a quarterly bulletin that offers a wealth of information and stories for parents and carers of children with neurological disorders.

Disabled Living Foundation – Source of information on daily living and disability equipment.

Council for Disabled Children – Information for parents and details of all organisations offering help with particular disabilities.

Parentline Plus – Offers support to anyone parenting a child.