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    Donna's Dream House

    The Donna’s Dream House Charity in Blackpool is a locally based trust providing free holiday experiences for children and teenagers with life-threatening illnesses and their families, and for recently bereaved siblings and their families. Visit the website for further details and to download a nomination form.

    Home-Start Manchester

    Finding juggling the home & the children a struggle? Feeling alone and need a chat? Don't know what is available within your community or nervous of meeting new people? If you live in the Manchester area and have at least one child under 5, Home-Start…

    MindEd

    MindEd is a free educational on-line resource on children and young people's mental health for all adults. MindEd is suitable for all adults working with, or caring for, infants, children or teenagers; all the information provided is quality assured by experts, useful, and easy to…

    Parent Voices Count

    Parent Voices Count is a group of parents who in recent years have been told that their child has a life threatening or life shortening illness. We are working in partnership with the North West Children’s Palliative Care Network, which is committed to involving parents…

    Registering your service / Taking ownership of an existing entry - Guidance

    To keep the directory as up to date as possible, we ask that organisations and services register, to allow you to either create an entry from scratch or take ownership of an existing entry, and update it as and when you need to. If you notice…

    SEND Reform Grant Allocations are announced

    The Children and Families Bill will transform the lives of children and young people with SEN. It will improve outcomes for children and young people with SEN; increase choice and control for parents; and promote a less adversarial system. Local authorities are undertaking a range…

    Top Tips for Parents and Professionals Working Together In Manchester

    Parents and professionals all want the best support, services and outcomes for children and young people in Manchester but we all have different pressures and expectations and conflicting priorities.   So it is in everyone’s best interest to find ways to work effectively together and to…

    The Young Disabled People's Forum

    Meetings held every 3rd Wednesday 7pm to 9pm
    The Young Disabled People's Forum is a project open to all young disabled people aged between 13-25 years and living in Manchester.  The project offers a regular "forum" of young disabled people to discuss what matters to you, swap ideas, information and support.  It offers…