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    Council for Disabled Children

    The Council for Disabled Children provides a national forum for the discussion and development of a wide range of policy and practice issues relating to service provision and support for disabled children and young people and those with special educational needs. We talk to parents of…
    Telephone:
    020 7843 1900
    020 7843 6313

    Disability Mediation - Centre for Resolution

    Disability Mediation is when a specialist third party helps people who are in conflict to reach a mutual agreement. Our Mediators are disability specialists with many years of experience in the disability sector.  We can help you with the following areas: Access Issues Reasonable Adjustments…
    Telephone:
    0190 521 717

    Disabled Children's Team - Occupational Therapy Service NSC Provider

    Supports disabled children and their families to live safely and independently in their own homes by: Provision of advice and guidance Provision of equipment Provision of adaptations Who are we?We are experienced Children's Occupational Therapists (OTs) employed by NSC and registered with the HCPC. We…
    Telephone:
    01934 427 615

    Equality and Diversity Mediation - Centre for Resolution

    Equality and Diversity Mediation is when a trained independent equality and diversity mediator brings parties together to discuss a dispute in regards to equality. Our mediators aim to facilitate both parties in reaching a mutual agreement, by providing an open confidential space for parties to…
    Telephone:
    0190 521 717

    IPSEA (Independent Parental Special Education Advice)

    IPSEA is a registered charity offering free and independent advice to parents of children with special educational needs in England and Wales on: local authorities’ legal duties to assess and provide for children with special educational needs; exclusions of children with special needs/disabilities; actions or inaction by…
    Telephone:
    0800 018 4016
    0845 602 9579

    National Youth Advocacy Service NYAS

    NYAS offer information, advice, advocacy and legal representation to children and young people up to the age of 25, through a network of advocates throughout England and Wales.  NYAS is also a community Legal Service. NYAS is committed to working towards full implementation of the UN Convention…
    Telephone:
    0800 616 101
    0151 649 8700
    0151 649 8701

    North Somerset Parent Carers Working Together

    North Somerset Parent Carers Working Together is the local forum for parents and carers with children who have special educational needs or disabilities. To get involved, please email the forum. Our Facebook page is https://www.facebook.com/nspcwt/ Please see our latest newsletter
    Telephone:
    07434 678 832

    North Somerset People First (NSPF)

    North Somerset People First promotes and encourages people with a learning disability to speak up for themselves, empowering them to be in control of their own lives, now and in the future. They also support disabled people affected by hate crime.
    Telephone:
    01934 426 086

    South West Mediation

    We are experienced family mediators with a wealth of legal and financial know-how who are experts at helping you sort out your dispute - whether it's to sort out arrangements for the children or where everyone is going to live or how you're going to divide up…
    Telephone:
    01392 678 010
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