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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 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:


Online Safety: the following resources were recommended for parents by the NSPCC


Online Safety Helpline: 0808 800 5002 - you can talk to any O2 agent who has been trained to answer any questions or concerns parents may have about the online world, including how to set up parental controls on all devices. - an app and website that contains all the information on the top 50 apps children are using.  This top 50 is constantly updated


ShareAware Campaign - a series of small videos that you can show your children to help discuss issues about online concerns






(this page is often updated, so please check back for further information or contact the school if there is a resource that would be helpful)