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Useful Website Links

A-Z Charities and Organisations:

Advisory Centre for Education - Website:

AFASIC – Unlocking Speech and Language - Website:

Ataxia UK (Help and support for people suffering from Friedreich's and cerebellar ataxia) - Website:

Barnardo’s - Website:

British Deaf Association - Website:

British Dyslexia Association - Website:

Brittle Bone Society - Website:

Centre for Studies on Inclusive Education (CSIE) - Website:

Children’s Legal Centre - Website:

Contact a Family - Website:

Council for Disabled Children - Website:

Cystic Fibrosis Trust - Website:

Diabetes UK - Website:

Disability Alliance - Website:

Disability Living Foundation - Website:

Disability Sport Event - Website:

Down’s Syndrome Association - Website:

Dyslexia Action - Website:

Dyspraxia Foundation - Website:

Epilepsy Action - Website:

Haemophilia Society - Website:

Hand in Hand - Website:

Headway National Head Injuries Association - Website:

Huntington’s Disease Association - Website:

I CAN (Invalid Children Aid Nationwide) - Website:

IPSEA (Independent Panel for Special Educational Advice) - Website:

KIDS - Website:

Leukaemia Care - Website:

LOOK - Website:

Irlen Institute (USA) - Website:

Irlen UK - Website:

National Association of Citizens Advice Bureaux - Website:

National Association of Special Educational Needs - Website:

National Asthma UK - Website:

National Autistic Society - Website:

National Deaf Children’s Society - Website:

National Eczema Society - Website:

National Federation of the Blind - Website:

National Society for Epilepsy - Website:

Pre-school Learning Alliance - Website:

Rathbone - Website:

Royal National Institute of the Blind - Website:

Royal Society for Blind Children - Website:

SCOPE - Website:

SENSE - Website:

Sickle Cell Society - Website:

Spinal Injuries Association - Website:

The Stroke Association - Website:

Young Minds - Website:

Modified text libraries:

Website that provide accessible textbooks and images to support dyslexic, partially sighted or blind learners who have difficulty reading standard print: