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Useful Contacts and Resources


ADDISS - ADHD information services


ADHD: CHADD - Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder


ADHD & Learning Disabilities: LD online


Alcohol abuse: FASD Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder - 'All About Me!' booklet from


Aphasia: National Aphasia Association


Arthritis: Arthritis Care


Asperger's: Asperger's Foundation


Autism: Support and Advice is available from the SEND team at Babcock 4S and Autism Outreach Services:

  • NAS National Autistic Society
  • NAS National Autistic Society Surrey Branch
  • NICE National Institute for Clinical Excellence guidelines on autism
  • The Transporters help children recognise emotions
  • Webinars about autism:


Behaviour: Behaviour2Learn to support the development of positive behaviour


Behaviour and attendance DfE guidance: http:/


Brain Injured Children: BIBIC British Institute for Brain Injured Children


Brain related conditions support: Cerebra


Brain & Spine Foundation: helping people affected by brain and spine conditions


CAMHS Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services:


Carers: Surrey Young Carers (for young carers of siblings and parents with disabilities): 01483 568269


Child Exploitation & Protection: (CEOP)


Children's Health: Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health


Communication: ICAN - helps children communicate


Communication: Talking Point - the first stop for information on children's communication:


Communication: Talk Gym - developing good communication skills


DeafBlind: SENSE - for deafblind people


Disability Help & Advice: SCOPE:


Down's Syndrome Association:


Dyslexia: Dyslexia Research Trust


Dyspraxia Foundation: www.dyspraxiafoundation,


Dyspraxia Foundation Surrey Support Group:


Hearing: Action on Hearing Loss (RNID):


Hearing: NDCS National Deaf Children's Society:


Hyperactivity: HACSG The Hyperactive Children's Support Group


Learning Disabilities and ADHD: LD online


Learning Disabilities: BILD British Institute of Learning Disabilities:






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