Our Parent Support Consultant Gill Gleeson takes a look at communicating with music. "Because music is a way of communicating other than with speech, or in addition to it, it is obviously something to look at for (though not only for) children with speech and language difficulties. A number of claims are made for the value of music to children including those with additional needs. This ...Read more →
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Disability Living Allowance for people aged 16-64 has been replaced by Personal Independence Payments (PIP). This means that if your child is 16 (or older) and wishes to make a new claim then they will have to claim PIP rather than DLA. Children who are already receiving DLA and then turn 16 will gradually be re-assessed for PIP. This is an ongoing process that is ...Read more →
We’ve teamed up with both Give As You Live and Amazon Smile and every time you shop online, they’ll donate a percentage of each sale to charity. It’s such an easy and hassle-free way to donate. Give As You Live works with over 4,000 retailers, so whether you’re buying a new outfit, something for the home or even booking a holiday, you could be raising ...Read more →
General Office Contact Cerebra The MacGregor Office Jolly Tar Lane Carmarthen SA31 3LW Helpline (freephone): 0800 328 1159 Telephone: +44 (0) 1267 244200 Email: [email protected] Contact Us How can we help you?I need sleep helpI need help from the Legal Rights serviceI want to borrow books or sensory toysI need help from the Innovation CentreI want to fundraise for youI want to cancel my Direct DebitI ...Read more →
In this article we explain our Legal Entitlements and Problem-Solving (LEaP) Project with the Centre for Law and Social Justice, the School of Law, University of Leeds. Why we started the Project Disabled children and their families sometimes need extra support in order to have a normal everyday life - for example, help with bathing or eating, moving around or communicating. Local councils and the NHS ...Read more →
At the Cerebra Centre for Neurodevelopmental Conditions, University of Birmingham, the aim is to identify the causes of the most pressing problems for children with neurodevelopmental disorders in order to develop effective interventions that are delivered at the right time to enable long term change. Our work What’s the problem? It sounds like a straightforward question but it’s not. Many children with neurodevelopmental disorders experience a ...Read more →
Two organisations are looking for your opinions about support during lockdown. The National Children’s Bureau are looking for families, including those with a disabled child, to give their opinion about the government’s support for children and families during the pandemic in order to influence future policy making. It involves monthly interviews and participants will receive a £10 shopping voucher per interview. The research is interested ...Read more →
In this article we take a look at our Legal Entitlements and Problem-Solving (LEaP) Project - why we started it, what we do, what we've achieved so far and the longer term impact of our work. Why we started the Project Disabled children and their families sometimes need extra support in order to have a normal everyday life - for example, help with bathing or ...Read more →
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