Wheels for all Bath&West is a part of the national charity Cycling Projects network of inclusive cycling centres
BAPP is a local voluntary organisation and Registered Charity. We promote and facilitate opportunities for children and young people to play and participate in positive activities. BAPP recognises and promotes the importance of self-directed play in relation to child development and the rights of children and young people.
Safe Places is a service to help vulnerable people with communication difficulties stay safe when they are out and about. The service includes direct access to police support 24 hours a day via the Safe Places telephone number.
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for a range of family issues, childcare, parenting support, benefits, school and much, much more.
The Carers’ Centre is a local charity supporting people who care for family and friends who need extra support day-to-day. This might be because they are elderly, have a physical disability or illness, a mental health problem or struggles with substance misuse.
We are Contact, the charity for families with disabled children. We support families, bring families together and help families take action for others.
“We want a society in which disabled children’s needs are met, aspirations supported and their rights respected ”
Off the Record provides a range of FREE, CONFIDENTIAL and INDEPENDENT services for children and young people that support the development of their emotional health and well-being. We work with children and young people in a range of places.
We are a specialist NHS service providing assessment and support for children and young people up to 18 who are experiencing poor mental health.
We work with you and your family to identify your difficulties and provide the right help for you.
B&NES Rainbow Resource is our searchable local offer where you will find information about local services, activities, and support for families with a child or young person with additional needs, a special educational need or disability, plus an events calendar telling you what’s going on in the local area and a Blog which will give you up to date information.
The SEND Partnership Service (SPS) provides free confidential and impartial information, advice and support about matters relating to special educational need or disability, including health and social care. This advice can be provided to children and young people from 0 -25 with Special Educational Needs or Disabilities (SEND) as well as their parents/carers
Special Needs Jungle is packed with useful information about SEN and disability issues faced by children and their parents. It has personal stories from parents
Sporting Family Change is a needs-led organisation working with the local community. We believe in empowering people to achieve their goals, in an environment of equality. Our approach is flexible and caring, using sport and physical activity to engage families and professionals so that they might support their own communities.
Keynsham ADHD Group provides support, advice and a sense of community spirit to those who live and or work/volunteer with children and young people under the age of 18, who have symptoms of, or a diagnosis of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), who live in Keynsham and the surrounding areas.