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    Short Breaks Review Mornings

    Are you a parent/carer of a child or young person with special educational needs or disabilities?  Are you due for a review of your child's short break's plan? Come along to our bi-monthly drop-in sessions and find out more. See the attached the flyer for…

    SIBS for brothers and sisters of disabled children and adults

    Sibs is the only UK charity representing the needs of siblings of disabled people. Siblings have a lifelong need for information, they often experience social and emotional isolation, and have to cope with difficult situations. Visit the website to find out more.

    Sky Badger: Finding Help for Disabled Children and their Families

    At Sky Badger, we believe family life should be full of fun and adventure - especially when your child has a disability or life-threatening illness.  This website tells you about help, advice and opportunities that are available to these families.

    SOS!SEN

    SOS!SEN is a small charity dedicated to offering independent, legally based advice on Special Educational Needs to parents and carers. We aim to support and empower people to navigate the legal maze and challenge decisions to get the right education for their child.    We offer advice on:  getting the right help…

    Special iApps C.I.C.

    Special iApps is a social enterprise developing educational apps for children with special educational needs, including autism, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, hearing impairment and other learning disabilities.  All our apps have a simple, uncluttered design, and can be configured and personalised to suit any child.…

    A Spectrum of Possibilities

    ‘We aim to motivate people to learn more about autism, then give them the knowledge, support and tools to ensure autistic children and young people have the brightest possible futures. Free training for schools Peer awareness programme Development of Autistic Friendly football clubs Development of Asutic…

    Spinal Injuries Association (SIA)

    SIA offers a pathway of support for a newly injured person from the time of injury and for the rest of their life. Our support is given by spinal cord injured people, all of whom can offer their lived experiences of spinal cord injury. Visit…

    STAR Stroke Club

    Friday mornings 9.30a.m - 12noon
    Do you care for someone who has had a stroke? There is a support group for both the carer and the cared for, every Friday. Complimentary therapies, Activities, Relaxation, Exercise, Support.  

    Stockport Cerebral Palsy Society

    Stockport CP supports children and adults who have physical and/or learning disabilities. We provide services to residents in all areas of Manchester, as well as Stockport, Trafford, Tameside, Derbyshire and Cheshire.The Society is a registered charity which was established in 1953 by parents and carers,…

    SWAN UK (Syndromes without a Name)

    SWAN is a project run by Genetic Alliance UK offering support and information to parents of children with undiagnosed genetic conditions. Visit the website for further information and to access useful leaflets for parents.