Why I love my role as an Advocacy and Children’s Rights Coordinator

Jenny writes about her career progression with KIDS and what she enjoys the most about her role. Read more

Finding the right nursery to support Tommy

Tommy is three years old, has no speech and some physical restrictions. His mum talks about their experience accessing the Basingstoke nursery and getting the support he needs Read more

My experience as a Short Break's worker

Nicola has been a Short Breaks worker for over 3 years and shares her experience and what the role involves Read more

Giving the family much needed respite

Harry's mum June, talks about the impact of short breaks on the family. Read more

Taking on a 100mile cycle ride for KIDS

Josie is taking on the popular RideLondon cycling challenge from London to Surrey. She talks about why she signed up and how her training is going. Read more

Supporting a family through the EHCP process

How our Richmond & Kingston team were able to support a family to achieve a successful EHCP application Read more

My top fundraising tips

Andy is one of 40 people taking part in the London Marathon this year and is sharing his best fundraising tips. Read more

"We are forever grateful for the support KIDS has given Ollie"

Cliodhan's son Ollie, has Down’s Syndrome and was supported by KIDS in the early stages of his life. Read more

Making the most of family time at Christmas

Josh (27) has profound, multiple disabilities and Charlotte (20) Rett Syndrome, a rare genetic disorder that affects brain development. Their mum Sue, who is retiring after 20+ years working for KIDS, reveals why quality time is important at Christmas and the challenges that Josh and Charlotte face during the holidays. Read more

Counting our blessings everyday

James has Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome, a life-threatening condition which causes him to have severe epilepsy and can have up to 30 seizures every day. His mum writes about why he is a miracle and the first time he 'said Mum. Read more