Parent/Carer (Early Years)

Total Communication

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Family Lives

Advice and information about parenting issues providing help and support in all aspects of family life.

click here to access Familiy Lives


Parenting Give It Time

Developed by the Welsh Government with the help of a range of organisations and professionals. Every child and every parent is unique. This website gives parents ideas so they can make decisions about what can work for their child and family.

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Mobility equipment, wheelchair and scooter information

If you have a long-term or permanent difficulty with mobility, getting a wheelchair or scooter, or other mobility equipment, may help you to live more independently.

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has information on ‘Aids, Equipment and Adaptations’. Click on the logo to go directly to their website


Early Support Wales

Early Support Wales is the Welsh Assembly funded programme to improve the delivery of services to disabled children under five.


AFASIC CYMRU

AFASIC Cymru supports parents of children with speech, language and communication impairments.


Deaf Parenting UK

Deaf Parenting UK is a resource of information for deaf parents and professionals working with deaf parents.


Down Syndrome Association

Down Syndrome Association is the only organisation focusing solely on all aspects of living successfully with Down’s Syndrome.


Epilepsy Action

Epilepsy Action aims to improve the lives of those affected by epilepsy.


National Deaf Children Association

National Deaf Children Association works to support families in Wales with deaf children.


All-Wales-ForumThe All Wales Forum

“The AWF is unique among Learning Disabilities bodies in Wales in that it is the only organisation that represents nationally, collectively and solely the views of Parents and Carers of people with learning disabilities. We are an umbrella body for locally and regionally based organisations and support groups made up of parents and carers. Our wider alliance partners share a commitment in working to improve the rights and recognition of parents and carers and families supporting loved ones living with learning disability. The Forum is also governed by parents and carers, ensuring that our client base has a clear input into the strategic direction and core work of the organisation.”

Click on the link to go to their website http://www.allwalesforum.org.uk/