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Some West Yorkshire CANN Organisations
RSBC are here to support you and your family if you have a blind or partially sighted child aged 0-25. We offer a range of services including emotional support and practical advice for families, opportunities for children and young people to build confidence and skills through activities, and a specialist further education college – Dorton College. Our Families First service has Family Practitioners based regionally across England and Wales and our Support Advisor is available by phone or email. Activities are held both in London and online. We also work with local partners to offer activities across England and Wales. Our Connecting Families Facebook group is available to join here where you can chat in a safe space with other parents and carers. We have a Family Practitioner dedicated to the North East region who can support the whole family through our Families First service. This support can be provided in-person or remotely. From the moment you receive a diagnosis that your child has sight loss, if there is a change in vision, if your child or family are going through some changes that are difficult to manage or any other time when life just seems a bit tough, get in touch […]
Registered Office: RSBC, Life Without Limits Centre, 10 Lower Thames Street, London, EC3R 6EN
Royal Society for Blind Children
A disability sport and physical activity charity covering the North East. Providing events, sessions and training to individuals and organisations.
16C Moorland Way, Nelson Industrial Estate, Cramlington, NE23 1WE
Smile Through Sport
The Children and Young Adult service at St Oswald’s is a 6/7 bedded unit currently offering short breaks to 61 children and young adults, aged 0 to 25 years from across the North East.The children and young adults accessing the service have life limiting/threatening conditions and complex health and social care needs. We also provide end of life care to children and young adults using our service and to other children/young adults when death is expected and imminent. These children maybe in-patients at the Great North Children’s Hospital or the Freeman Hospital. We offer an additional choice for a place to die which professionals can offer when planning end of life care. Occasionally we are requested to provide care to a child who has already died to support their family at this difficult time. The service tries to be as flexible as possible to meet the needs of the child or young adult and can respond imaginatively in response to, for example, a family crisis. A specialised team is required to deliver our service; The Children and Young Adult Service at St Oswald’s is nurse led. The Care Team is predominantly registered children’s nurses with a couple of adult registered […]
St Oswald's Hospice Regent Avenue Gosforth Newcastle upon Tyne NE3 1EE
St Oswalds Hospice
Tree of Hope is a children’s charity that supports families to raise vital funds for specialist care, not available through the NHS, for their sick and disabled children. Fundraising under the banner of a registered charity enables families to claim gift aid, receive corporate donations and match funding, as well as providing donor reassurance.
61-63 Camden Road Tunbridge Wells Kent TN1 2QE