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Advicenow is an independent, not-for-profit website. It provides accurate information on rights and the law.

http://www.advicenow.org.uk

An independent national service centre for parents of children in state-funded education. They operate a dedicated advice line. The key topics on which ACE can provide further advice, information and support are: exclusion from school, school admissions, special educational needs and all other education-based issues with particular focus on the legal position/rights of parents and how to take unresolved matters further.

http://www.ace-ed.org.uk/
0300 0115 142

Here they provide information on specific learning disabilities and advice on how parents can optimise their child’s learning.

www.dystalk.com

Does your child have a disability or special need? Would you like to talk to another parent who understands what you are going through and can offer emotional and practical support?Face 2 Face is Scope’s one-to-one befriending service for parents of disabled children.

0808 800 3333

Since April 2013 Family Lives has been running a Parent Partnership Service to Croydon residents providing independent information, advice and guidance for parents/carers of children and young people with Special Educational Needs (SEN).

http://www.familylives.org.uk/
0808 800 2222

this site provides a Special Needs Schools guide to help you find a suitable special school for your child.

Here they have information on assessments, statements and types of support available during your child’s school years.

Mencap works with people with a learning disability to change laws and services, challenge prejudice, and directly support thousands of people to live their lives as they choose.

www.mencap.org.uk

This is parents helping parents so that their disabled children can learn, make friends, and have a voice in ordinary school and throughout life

www.parentsforinclusion.org

This site brings families together for friendship, to share information and to support one another on the issues they share including education, access to services, respite etc.

www.parentsofdisabledchildren.co.uk

This is a national charity and membership organisation for all PTA’s providing support and resources

www.pta.org.uk
0300 123 5460

Here they provide services and support in the Reading area to children and adults with learning disabilities and autistic spectrum disorders in the form of a drop-in information centre, a family support team and various clubs and activities. 21 Alexandra Road, Reading, RG1 5PE

www.readingmencap.org.uk
0118 966 2518

This is an independent network of local disability information and advice services.

http://www.scope.org.uk/
0808 800 3333 

This is a national charity offering support, information and contact between families of children with special needs. They focus on bringing families together through a secure website and message board and organised family days.

www.specialkidsintheuk.org
07526 890 790

Here they have a directory of special schools with a useful and easy to use search menu so you can narrow down the search results to your specific requirements.

www.specialneedsuk.org/findaschool.asp

This is a charity in Bridgwater that provides therapy for children with special needs.

www.brainwave.org.uk

Here they are committed to providing high-quality early education and support for parents, children and young people and provide lots of information and advice.

Here they work to promote the rights, quality of life and opportunities of people with learning disabilities and their families.

www.learningdisabilities.org.uk

This is an independent and voluntary network of parents and carers of children with special and additional needs in West Berkshire.

http://www.westberksparentvoice.org.uk
07860 942280