Additional Needs Support

Scope

Scope works with disabled people, of all ages, and their families, across England and Wales.

Scope offer practical, everyday support and deliver campaigns that can change lives.

Whether you, your child or those you work with have a physical impairment, learning disability or any other condition, Scope's information is for you.

 

Web address: www.scope.org.uk

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 0808 800 3333

Royal Society for Blind Children

The Royal Society for Blind works with the families of children who have been diagnosed to help them understand and adapt to the condition and build confidence for life. From the moment a family hears the news; we can be on hand with practical and emotional support to guide them through their journey. Our Family Support Service supports children and young people 0-25 years old who have been diagnosed with a serious eye condition, and their family in their own home, to improve their life chances. We can also support those whose sight is starting to deteriorate.

RNIB Cymru

RNIB Cymru works on behalf of over 100,000 people in Wales with sight loss.
The services provide practical solutions to everyday challenges. Campainging for the inclusion of people with sight loss, running pilot projects within our communities. Promoting eye health by running public health awareness campaigns. Working in partnership with organisations across Wales to provide local services.
 
 

Web address: www.rnib.org.uk

Email: [email protected]

MediCinema

The MediCinema is a cinema screen at the Serennu Children's Centre, Cwrt Camlas, High Cross, Newport, NP10 9LY.  It supports children with severe disabilities and complex needs throughout South Wales.
 
The cinema will hold up to 59 people and can accommodate up to 15 wheelchairs.  It has been designed with the wheelchair access ramp as the main entrance to the cinema.
 
The MediCinema is open every Tuesday evening at 6.30pm and every Saturday morning at 10.30am and will show a 2D or 3D family film. 
 

MAGIC Parent Group

MAGIC Parent Group is a support group available to carers, relatives and parents of children with additional needs.
 
Support, information and a chance to have a chat and relax.
 
For more information, please visit the MAGIC Facebook Page.

 

Web address: MAGIC Facebook Page

Contact A Family

Contact a Family provides support to families of disabled children whatever their condition or disability.
 
A freephone helpline for parents and professionals across the UK, staffed by trained parent advisers. It gives information and advice on a wide range of issues including welfare rights, education, short breaks, local services and local support.