Some West Yorkshire CANN Organisations
We are Guide Dogs, and we’re here to help people with sight loss live the life they choose. Beyond guide Dogs we offer a range of services which include: Habilitation (independent mobility and life skills training for children and young people with vision impairments) Family support advice, Education advices, Custom eyes books, Buddy dogs, family events and My Time to Play groups for young children aged 0-4. Downloadable forms My Life Skills My Time To Play CustomEyes Books Family Events Finding your way Sensory grants
Park View House, Four Lane Ends, Benton Newcastle NE7 7TZ
Changing Faces is the UK’s leading charity for everyone with a mark, scar or condition on their face or body that makes them look different. We offer free emotional, social and counselling support for people who have a visible difference which affects their mental or emotional wellbeing. This include a support and information line, one-to-one social and emotional support sessions, an online community forum, peer support group sessions (18yrs +), and online workshops for children, young people and parents, and a skin camouflage service. Our skin camouflage service is available at locations across England & Scotland. Our free wellbeing services are all delivered via telephone, video session or online, meaning they can be accessed across the UK, wherever you live. On our website you will also find self-help guides and resources for schools.
The Circle, 33 Rockingham Lane Sheffield S1 4FW
The Children’s Air Ambulance is an inter-hospital transfer service flying babies and children from one hospital to another for specialist care.
Head Office: Blue Skies House Butlers Leap Rugby Warwickshire CV21 3RQ
Children’s Air Ambulance
Cerebra is a charity supporting families with children 16 and under with brain conditions. We currently fund research throughout the country into various aspects such as behaviour, sleep, premature births and legal issues. We have a sleep service where our sleep practitioner can provide sleep workshops and presentations and also do 1:1 work with families and create a personalised sleep plan. Our regional officers are able to provide information and advice on all sorts of different things, such as looking for specialist equipment (e.g. trikes/car seats) to where to look for funding to help pay for these. I also signpost a lot to relevant organisations/charities and can help with form filling (grants/DLA). We have a lending library where we loan out books for families (for free) these include books on conditions, sleep, sensory, mindfulness, diet, health and wellbeing etc. We also loan out sensory toys, including a couple of weighted blankets. We have a holiday home families can stay in, and have a grants/wills and trusts voucher scheme (however both of these are full/closed at the minute!) We have a free stress helpline families can call, and we publish various parent guides (including DLA guide, anxiety guide, challenging behaviour factsheet, […]