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2. My SENDIAS

Information for young people on how SENDIAS works and how they can get help.Read more

3. East Riding Young Persons Engagement Group

This new group, funded by The National Lottery Community Fund, will enable Young People with Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities (SEND) to have a voice and shape and influence service delivery on a local and national level. We will actively support young people to be champions of participation and co-productionRead more

4. Virtual Harry Potter Quiz

Help raise vital funds for KIDS by taking part in our very own Harry Potter virtual quizRead more

6. Vote for KIDS to win £100,000!

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7. Exam Results 2020

Information and guidance on summer 2020 exam resultsRead more

9. Summer update about our services

An update from our Chief ExecutiveRead more

11. Anna Hamilton

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12. Diana Sutton

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13. KIDS Participation Training

Ways to Improve Strategic Participation with Young PeopleRead more

16. Virtual fundraising ideas

Fun, safe and creative ways to virtually fundraiseRead more

17. Customer Complaints Form

Fill out our form if you have a concern about our services and activities or we have not handled something to your satisfaction.Read more

19. KIDS Family Survey 2020

Share your views about how Coronavirus has impacted you and your familyRead more

20. Mental Health Awareness Week: Be Kind

Here are some top tips on how to #BeKind and promote good mental health during this crisisRead more

21. Join the 2.6 challenge and raise money for KIDS

We want you to take part and support KIDSRead more

25. Making Participation Works Factsheets

Factsheets to support and advise young disabled people on participationRead more

27. Why I love my role at KIDS

Caroline shares the reasons she enjoys being a HR Business Partner at KIDS.Read more

28. My role as a Summer Worker

Saba writes about her experience as a Summer Worker at KIDS.Read more

29. How KIDS has supported me to balance a job with my studies

Chloe a Sessional Worker discusses how KIDS has supported her to have a work life balance.Read more

30. My experience as a Apprentice Administrator

Lauren an Apprentice Administrator discusses her experience working for KIDSRead more

31. Why applying to KIDS was the best decision of my life

Kitty reflects on her 10 year journey with KIDSRead more

32. My career journey with KIDS

Joan has been with KIDS since January 2014, she started as an agency worker at Russell House and progressed and became a registered manager in 2019.Read more

33. Great Birmingham 10k Run 2020

Take on Birmingham's iconic 10 k run right in the heart of the city and support local disabled young people!Read more

34. Tell us about your experience of KIDS

Share your memories for our 50th anniversary!Read more

35. Royal Parks Half Marathon 2021

We have places in this highly celebrated Half Marathon! Experience the beautiful route that allows you to see four of London's most famous parks up close and on closed paths.Read more

36. "Knowing your vulnerable child is in safe hands is priceless"

How early years support has benefited Mitchell and his family.Read more

37. Empowering Karanjit for the future

"KIDS has empowered us as a family to ensure Karanjit meets his potential and we are very grateful.”Read more

38. Sam Bowerman

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39. Steven Clarke

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40. London Marathon Fundraising:Terry's Top Tips

Terry Gager, one of our London Marathon runners for this year, shares his top fundraising tipsRead more

41. London Landmarks Half Marathon 2021

A closed road, central London run and the only half marathon to go through both the City of London and City of Westminster.Read more

42. Wing Walking

Join team KIDS and take on the ultimate challenge - standing on the wing of a biplane whilst in flight!Read more

43. ArcelorMittal Orbit Abseil

Join team KIDS for the UK's highest freefall abseil! Experience stunning views of London's famous landmarks as you descend 262 feet above the city.Read more

44. The Big Hop

Take part in the The Big Hop and help to raise vital funds for disabled children, young people and their families. Read more

45. Trekfest - The Beacons

Experience the stunning Brecon Beacons National Park like never before when taking on TrekFest for KIDS. Read more

46. Superhero in the City 2020

Grab your free superhero costume & take on this iconic 5k run for KIDS!Read more

47. Thames Path Challenge 2020

Put your best foot forward and walk, jog or run this famous route for KIDS!Read more

48. London 2 Brighton Challenge 2020

Put your best foot forward and walk, jog or run this famous route for KIDS!Read more

49. Spartan Race 2020 - Windsor

Join team KIDS to tackle the award winning Spartan Race series. With brand new obstacles available there really has never been a better time to Spartan Up and step out of your comfort zone, test your body’s limits and experience the awesome rush of the finish line. Various dates & locations available. Read more

50. Workshop: Ways to Improve Strategic Participation with Young People

A one day workshop for those who want to facilitate young disabled people in participating in strategic decision making in their organisations.Read more

52. ASICS London 10k 2020

Join team KIDS for the runners ultimate street party. With entertainers, DJs, cheering fans and more at every kilometer - it’s a true celebration of fitness.Read more

53. Great North Run 2021

We have places! Join team KIDS for the north's biggest half marathon and receive a personalised finisher's medal.Read more

54. Hackney Half Marathon 2020

East London's creative spirit inspires our second year of celebrating a festival of fitness with Virgin Sport Hackney, one of the most popular half marathons of the year.Read more

55. "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

56. KIDS Russell House receives vital funding from Morrisons Foundation

KIDS Russell House receives donation to improve outdoor equipment for wheelchair usersRead more

57. Our partners

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58. Why you should apply to be a sessional worker with KIDS

Abigail and Chankave share the reasons they enjoyed being sessional  workers at our Adventure PlaygroundsRead more

59. Phillips Breakfast - New Now Sale Tour

Join us for an exclusive preview of the New Now sale and breakfast, at the iconic Phillips auction house in London. Read more

61. How KIDS has supported my career journey

Gemma has been with KIDS since 2012  and has progressed from a sessional worker to a Service Coodinator. She reflects on her journey with KIDS and what she enjoys the most in her current roleRead more

64. Virgin Money London Marathon 2020

We have now filled all of our places. To join our reserve list please complete our application form, or to register your interest for the 2021 event email [email protected] Read more

65. Celebrating our achievements : 2018/19 Annual Review

13,500 disabled children supported , over 120,000 hours of Short Breaks provided and 96% of families are happy with the services they receiveRead more

66. Snowdon Trek 2020

Expect breathtaking views and an unforgettable experience as you take on Wales's tallest peak - Mt. Snowdon! Read more

67. KIDS Appoints New Chief Executive

Katie Ghose has been appointed as the new Chief Executive of KIDS and will join the charity in November.Read more

68. 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

69. Parent Page

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70. 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 needsRead more

71. Brighton Marathon 2020

Join KIDS for one of the UK's favourite 26.2-milers. Renowned for its buzzing atmosphere and roaring crowd support, the course winds through the city streets, finishing up on the spectacular Brighton seafront. Read more

72. KIDS Hull parent develops sensory virtual reality for children

Craig Chaytor, has created a virtual reality technology for children and young people and needs your help to get it to the next stage of investment.Read more

73. 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 involvesRead more

74. My role as a Management Accountant for KIDS

Taleebah is part of our Finance department and as a grandparent of a child with additional needs, she knows the impact that support from a charity like KIDS can have on a family.Read more

75. Manchester Marathon 2020

We have places! Join KIDS for one of the UK's premier running events, famous for its fast, flat and friendly route.Read more

76. Hampton Court Palace Half Marathon 2020

Starting on the front courtyard of Hampton Court Palace, and finishing in the Palace Gardens, this is a running experience not to be missed! Set your legs to the challenge and grab your amazingly designed finishers medal!Read more

77. Winter Wonderwheels 2019

Join team KIDS for the only disability sports series available. This winter challenge will see participants taking on elements of a Triathlon - with multiple distances and choices available, there really is something for each everyday superhero! Read more

78. Virtual Prudential RideLondon 2020

Take on the Virtual My Pridential RideLondon Read more

79. Royal Parks Half Marathon 2019

This event is now sold out - if you have your own place and would like to fundraise for KIDS or to register your interest for 2020 please email [email protected]Read more

81. Giving the family much needed respite

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

82. 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

83. Land's End to John O'Groates 2020

Push yourself to the limit and take on the UK's ultimate cycling challenge. Read more

84. Snowdon at Night Trek 2020

Experience the breathtaking views at Snowdon's summit after conquering the trek of a lifetime for KIDS! Read more

85. Chief Executive Caroline Stevens To Leave KIDS After Six Years

After six successful years as Chief Executive at KIDS, Caroline Stevens will be leaving the charity in the autumn to become the Chief Executive at the National Autistic SocietyRead more

86. Chloe's story

Supporting Chloe's determination to continue with her child care courseRead more

87. Tough Mudder 2019 - North West

Join team KIDS for the world famous event, this year featuring even more obstacles and a ton of mud. Alternative dates & locations available. Read more

88. Tough Mudder 2019 - South West

Join team KIDS for the world famous event, this year featuring even more obstacles and a ton of mud. Alternative dates & locations available. Read more

89. Tough Mudder 2019 - Yorkshire

Join team KIDS for the world famous event, this year featuring even more obstacles and a ton of mud. Alternative dates & locations available. Read more

90. Supporting a family through the EHCP process

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

91. Cameron's story

Supporting Cameron's family through the EHC plan (Edcucation Health and Care Plan) process.Read more

92. Dudley Young Carers

Support to siblings and young carers between the ages of 13 to 18.Read more

93. KIDS participate in SEND dispute resolution project

KIDS Mediation give insight to a research project by the University of Essex School of Law.Read more

94. Vote for KIDS at your local Tesco to help fund short breaks

Vote for KIDS at your local Tesco and help fund our Camden Short Breaks Service.Read more

95. Vote for KIDS Chelsea Playground at your local Tesco

Vote for KIDS at your local Tesco and help fund a Puppet Making workshop at our Chelsea PlaygroundRead more

96. Hull Summer Activities

The KIDS Summer Activities will form part of a wider offer of Summer Activities Programme for disabled children aged 8-18 years old living in Hull. The KIDS Summer Activities will offer children and young people the opportunity to enjoy fun activities in a supportive and safe environment across Hull, whilst giving parents and carers a short break from caring.Read more

97. Southern Skydive

Jump from the sky to support disabled children and young peopleRead more

98. KIDS win National Garden Scheme funding for major garden redevelopments

KIDS has received £85,000 funding from The Nation Garden Scheme to help develop and enhance the potential of our outdoor garden space and facilities across two of our services.Read more

99. The Humber Bridge Half Marathon

Take on the challenge to run along one of the most iconic suspension bridges, Humber BridgeRead more

100. Asda Foundation Hull 10K

Join team KIDS for one of the most popular half marathons in the North, the Asda Foundation Hull 10K.Read more

101. Swim Serpentine 2019

Places now sold out - to register your interest for next year or if you have your own place and would like to fundraise for KIDS email [email protected] Read more

102. Santa in the City

Grab your free Santa suit and take on this iconic 5k run for KIDS!Read more

103. 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

105. Rough Runner 2019 - London North

Join team KIDS in the heart of the capital for the event inspired by game shows such as Total Wipeout, Gladiators and Fun House. Get your FREE place today!Read more

106. Charity Symphony Orchestra

Craig Lawton and the Charity Symphony Orchestra are joined by the award-winning violinist, Shoshanah Sievers, to raise money for KIDS. Read more

107. Tough Mudder 2019 - London West

Join team KIDS for the world famous event, this year featuring even more obstacles and a ton of mud. Alternative dates & locations available. Read more

108. KIDS project funded through the #iwill Fund, delivered by Co-op Foundation

KIDS will launch a new Secret Shopper project this year thanks to a £70,000 grant from the #iwill Fund.Read more

116. London Landmarks Half Marathon 2019

Places are now sold out! If you have your own place and would like to fundraise for us sign up today to receive the VIP treatment!Read more

117. KIDS Hayward Adventure Playground gets a special visit

We recently had a visit to our KIDS Hayward Adventure Playground from Nadhim Zahawi, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Children and Families.Read more

118. 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

119. 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

120. Learning to manage expectations during Christmas

Joshua's mum writes about the challenges they face every Christmas as he grows and develops.Read more

121. The transition to Christmas is the hardest for Christina

Christmas can be a very challenging time for Christina and her family. Read about their coping strategies and successful trips to see SantaRead more

122. Balancing tradition and familiarity during Christmas

Isla, has a very rare genetic disorder called Trisomy 9 Mosacism (T9M). She can’t walk or talk and suffers from severe global development delay. Her mum writes about the challenges that Christmas brings for Isla and why home is her favourite place to beRead more

124. Tough Mudder 2019 - London South

Join team KIDS for the world famous event, this year featuring even more obstacles and a ton of mud. Alternative dates & locations available. Read more

126. KIDS Shake Up (South West) - Finding Our Feet!

Our first blog post! KIDS' new South West YPEG have come together for the first time to start planning our adventures. We have our name, our logo and our mission statement and are ready for action!Read more

127. Predictable presents and the one Christmas involving a metal detector

Elliot's dad Lindsay, who is also a KIDS Trustee Board member, writes about why predictable presents are important to Elliot and recalls a Christmas involving a metal detector!Read more

129. KIDS Heroes (South Glos) Blog #2 - Planning!

Well, after some early work in the Summer, we've had our first proper planning sessions with our Heroes! Read on to find out what we have achieved so far and what our next steps are!Read more

131. KIDS Heroes (South Glos) Blog #1 - Introduction

Introduction to our South Gloucestershire project - KIDS Access Heroes.Read more

133. Bath Half Marathon 2019

Join the KIDS team on this iconic event through the wonderful city of BathRead more

135. Shake Up South West - Young Person's Engagement Group

Enabling Young People with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) to have a voice, shape and influence service delivery across the region and support young people to be champions of participation and co-production.Read more

136. KIDS Heroes South Gloucestershire

KIDS Heroes is a one year project funded by the Learning Difficulties Partnership Board in South Glos for young people aged 14-25 who have a learning difficulty. The group of young people - our 'Heroes' will be assessing local services on their accessibility for people with learning difficulties. Through working with the services, we will be helping them improve their accessibility and helping the young people gain important skills and an ASDAN qualification.Read more

137. HYPP Youth Clubs

Our youth group offers varied activities for young people that are often planned by the attendees themselves and help them develop their social and life skills. HYPP Youth services enable young people with additional needs to relax, have fun and try new things.Read more

138. Shepherds Down Clubs

Shepherds Down clubs offer after school, holiday and Saturday services for young people aged 4 - 13 who have a Gateway card.Read more

139. KIDS Family Groups

KIDS Family Groups are specialist support groups for families of children with additional needs 0-5 years that have a disability, developmental delay or SEN.Read more

140. Early Years Support

Our Early Years Support service offers support for disabled and non disabled children aged between 3 months to 5 years old.Read more

141. East Riding Children and Young Person's SENDIASS

The East Riding Children and Young Person's Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Information Advice and Support Service or SENDIASS is a free, confidential and impartial service for children and young people aged up to 25.Read more

142. Lincolnshire Domiciliary Care

The Lincolnshire Domiciliary Care service provides high quality personal care for disabled children and young people within their family home.Read more

143. Superhero Triathlon 2019 - Sponsored by MARVEL

Join team KIDS for the only disability sports series available. Featuring top Paralympic athletes, this summer challenge will see participants taking on elements of a Triathlon - with multiple distances and choices available, there really is something for each everyday superhero! Bring the family for a great day out, championing disabled people and all they can achieve.Read more

144. Lincolnshire Positive Activities

Targeted positive activity sessions for children with disabilities across the whole county of Lincolnshire.Read more

145. Hull Young Carers Wellbeing Grants

NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group and Hull City Council in partnership with KIDS Charity provide grants for individual Young People who provide care, assistance or support to another family member who may have a long term illness, disability, mental health difficulties or problems with drug or alcohol misuseRead more

146. Hull Young Persons Engagement Group

Enabling Young People with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) to have a voice, shape and influence service delivery in the city and support young people to be champions of participation and co-production.Read more

147. We now have happier moments...thanks to KIDS

Charlie's mum writes about how receiving support from KIDS has improved the quality of their family lifeRead more

152. New building, new beginnings

Our Basingstoke Nursery recently moved into a new building with improved facilities and amazing future plansRead more

153. Fundraising Dinner

Join us for a very special night of fundraising to raise money for disabled children, young people and their families.Read more

165. 2017/18 Annual Review

Read our latest annual review which brings to life the impact of our work on the lives of disabled children, young people and their families.Read more

169. Remember A Charity Week

Remember A Charity Week is an annual awareness week designed to encourage more people to consider leaving a gift to charity when writing a will.Read more

170. Bracknell short breaks receive outstanding Ofsted feedback

A recent Ofsted inspection of our Bracknell short breaks rated our service as outstanding and had very positive feedback about the staff and the running of scheme.Read more

171. Hull Training for Parents Service

The team offer evidenced based training courses for parents needing some further information or different strategies to support their child/young person. We also support with guidance, advice and information on local services and signposting to relevant outside agencies.Read more

172. An extra special short break at Go Ape

Hounslow short breaks worker Stephan, shares his recent experience at Go Ape with Dan and why this service is important to young disabled people.Read more

174. Jazz Night

Don't miss out on the soulful sounds of Rob Thompson and His Jazz Trio!Read more

175. Win a home in Maida Vale and support KIDS

Cliodhan's son Ollie, has Down’s Syndrome and was supported by KIDS in the early stages of his life. Now she is giving back to the charity in a unique way.Read more

176. Change the lives of disabled children with your next Amazon purchase

Make a difference to the lives of disabled children and their families with the new Amazon Smile charity portal.Read more

180. Warwickshire SENDIAS - Alphabetical Organisations

National organisations that offer support, in alphabetical order.Read more

181. Warwickshire SENDIAS - Warwickshire Organisations Offering Support

A list of organisations across Warwickshire that offer support.Read more

183. Murder Mystery

Come and immerse yourself in a world of deadly secrets, working against the clock to solve clues, untangle riddles and interrogate witnesses. Take care to solve the mystery quickly, or the killer may strike again...Read more

184. Warwickshire SENDIAS - Leisure Activities Across Warwickshire

A summary of leisure activities to take your child or young person.Read more

185. Warwickshire SENDIAS - National Organisations

A list of national organisations that can offer specialist support.Read more

188. New research shows a £1.5 billion funding gap for services for disabled children

The Disabled Children’s Partnership (DCP) – a coalition of 60 charities, including KIDS – has published economic research showing a £1.5 billion funding gap for services needed by disabled children.Read more

191. "I never thought he would be able to achieve these goals"

Adam is supported by our home learning team and his mother shares how the services has helped her son develop.Read more

192. Leading charities concerned about decline in quality of disabled children’s services

Parent-carers’ confidence in the quality of disabled children’s health and social care services is at an all-time low, new evidence from the Disabled Children’s Partnership (DCP) shows.Read more

193. KIDS Chief Executive meets with the Minister of State for Children and Families

KIDS Chief Executive meets with Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Children and Families, Nadhim Zahawi MP, as part of a small group of representatives from the sectorRead more

197. Play the KIDS Lottery

Play now for your chance to win £25,000 every week – and change the lives of disabled children and young peopleRead more

199. KIDS awarded three year grant from the Youth Investment Fund

KIDS is delighted to announce it has been awarded a three year grant from the Youth Investment Fund which will enable us to provide vital support to vulnerable young people in the West MidlandsRead more

200. Barnsley SEND Parent and Carer Participation and Engagement

KIDS is delighted to announce that we have been awarded the contract to support and facilitate Parent and Carer Participation and Engagement in Barnsley.Read more

201. Meet the fundraiser - Yorkshire & Humber

Do you have a few hours to spare or would like to get involved in one of our amazing events? Find out more from your Yorkshire and Humber community fundraiser, Claire.Read more

202. Meet the fundraiser - South East

Kitty, community fundraiser for the South East, would love to hear from anyone interested in finding out about how to get involved in events or volunteering opportunitiesRead more

203. "He always comes back from the playground wanting more"

David's son Alex, has been attending KIDS Hackney Playground for six years and explains why it such an important place for Alex.Read more

204. Meet the fundraiser - Lincoln

Would you like to help us to continue to provide vital services for disabled children in Lincolnshire? Your community fundraiser, Phil, would love to hear from you.Read more

205. Swim Serpentine 2018

Take on the famous open-water event for KIDS!Read more

206. Shine for KIDS

At KIDS, we believe that every child and young person deserves a brighter future and we’ll be dedicating a day to shine bright this summer for disabled childrenRead more

207. Liz's Running Challenge

Liz is the senior administrator here at KIDS West Midlands, and this year she has set herself a challenge! On the 23rd February 2019, Liz will be running 8km to raise funds for KIDS Caravan! Her training is well underway & you can follow her journey to the race here….Read more

208. Give in celebration

Invite KIDS to be a part of your celebrations by asking for a donation instead of a giftRead more

209. Payroll Giving

Payroll giving is a simple and easy way for you to make regular payments to charity directly from their payRead more

210. Wiltshire SENDIASS

KIDS WISA (Wiltshire Independent Support and Advice) is the new SENDIAS service for Wiltshire (previously run by Action for Children). We offer free, independent and neutral information on Special Educational Needs and/or disabilities (SEND), and can give guidance to help young people with SEND and their parents/carers to make appropriate and informed choices relating to education, health and social care.Read more

211. Mace Challenge Event

Sign up and be a part of the Mace Charity Cycle Challenge. This is a fantastic opportunity to enjoy cycling through the beautiful countryside in the Chiltern's, whilst support disabled children and their families. Read more

212. Announcement on Strategic Participation of Children, Young People and Parent Carers

KIDS is delighted to be part of a consortium announced by the Department of Education that will be supporting the strategic participation of Children, Young People and Parent CarersRead more

213. Enjoying an outdoor short break

Peter, a KIDS short breaks sessional worker, talks about what him and Michael get up to during their days out.Read more

214. Bristol 10k 2018

Join the KIDS team on this iconic event through the wonderful city of Bristol.Read more

215. Great Midlands Fun Run

Join #TeamKIDS for The Great Midlands Fun Run! it is NOT a race, it a fun event for people of all ages and abilities. Read more

216. Ironman UK

Take on this incredible triathlon that will provide beautiful views of the British countryside, all for team KIDS! Read more

217. West Midlands Skydive

Enjoy an ultimate adrenaline rush in the West Midlands whilst helping disabled children and their families.Read more

218. Royal Parks Half Marathon 2018

Experience the beauty of London's parks up close by joining Team KIDS in this highly celebrated Half Marathon.Read more

219. KIDS visit the circus

KIDS short breaks service users attend a circus put on by Circus Starr.Read more

220. Big Fun Run

Join team KIDS for the run that is all about having fun! Get together your family and friends and help raise money for the cause while enjoying the great outdoors. All ages welcome, with various dates and locations available. Read more

221. Overseas Challenges

Take on an overseas challenge for KIDS! Choose from one of our many treks, cycling and running events to raise lots of funds for our cause and have the experience of a lifetime. Read more

222. London Triathlon 2018

Join team KIDS and tackle the world's largest triathlon. Run, cycle and swim your way past London's iconic landmarks. Alternative dates & distances available. Read more

223. Paris Marathon 2018

We have places! See the beautiful landmarks of Paris like never before while taking on one of the world's best marathons. Read more

224. Superhero Run 2018

Grab your cape and join thousands of fellow runners to become a superhero for KIDS! 5k or 10k distances available.Read more

226. Spartan Race 2018 - Windsor

Join team KIDS to tackle the award winning Spartan Race series. With brand new obstacles available there really has never been a better time to Spartan Up and step out of your comfort zone, test your body’s limits and experience the awesome rush of the finish line.Read more

227. Manchester Marathon 2018

We have places! Join team KIDS for the flattest & fastest UK marathon.Read more

228. Tough Mudder 2018 - London West

Join team KIDS for the world famous event, featuring a perfect mix of well-loved obstacles, innovative new challenges and a ton of mud. Alternative dates available. Read more

230. Prudential RideLondon 2018

Join team KIDS for the UK's biggest, most popular cycling event of the year. Read more

231. When the boys are there, they don’t notice each other’s disabilities

Deborah,mum of three triplets that attend the Hackney Playground, explains why the playground is a vital service for her and her family.Read more

232. Christmas with a disabled child: A parent's perspective

A Christmas message from Stephen, a parent whose son has been supported by KIDS including through our Hackney Playground.Read more

233. TrekFest - The Beacons - 2019

Join team KIDS for the ultimate trekking challenge in the heart of the Wales breathtaking Brecon Beacons national park. Read more

234. North West

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235. Oldham Young People's Group

The group is for young disabled people aged 13 - 18 years and meets every Thursday.Read more

236. Stockport Wellbeing and Young People's Engagement Group

The Wellbeing group is for young disabled people aged 14-18 and meets every Wednesday.Read more

237. Fiona's Volunteering Story

Fiona volunteered at KIDS Early Years Nursery in Wylde Green, this is her story.Read more

238. Frankie's story:achieving one milestone at a time

Read about Frankie's journey using our home learning service to achieve the small things that make big difference to his life.Read more

239. Making Participation Work Children and Young People's Conference

The Making Participation Work Children and young people’s conference will bring young disabled people and those with SEN together to learn about their rights and why sharing their opinions matters.Read more

240. We would be lost without KIDS Hackney Playground

Rosie Graham, mother of Blake who attends KIDS Hackney Playground, talks about why the playground is important to her and her son.Read more

242. Just Walk: The Walking Challenge of the Year 2018

Dust off those hiking boots and Just Walk for KIDS!Read more

244. London Firewalk 2017

Do you dare? Take part in the ultimate challenge that will test your bravery and courage.Read more

245. Sharing a love of music on a Short break

Kinga and Nadia both have a love for music and enjoy spending time together experiencing various sounds and venuesRead more

246. Smile becomes a wholly owned subsidiary of KIDS

A message from Caroline Stevens, Chief Executive at KIDS and Stephen Clarke Chairman at SmileRead more

247. 2016/17 Annual Review

Read our latest annual review which brings to life the impact of our work on the lives of disabled children, young people and their families.Read more

248. KIDS' Halloween Abseil 2017

Do you dare to 'hang out' with us this Halloween?!Read more

249. KIDS to launch a new Healthy Living Programme with the support of the Simplyhealth Foundation

KIDS is delighted to be launching a Healthy Living Programme supporting disabled children and young people across Hampshire, thanks to funding from the Simplyhealth Foundation.Read more

250. KIDS families attend a Disney special gala screening for Cars 3

Disney holds a special gala screening for Cars 3 to support and celebrate its charity partners, including KIDS.Read more

251. 2018 Bath Half Marathon

Join Team KIDS and take part in the Bath Half Marathon next yearRead more

252. Samantha Cameron helps launch the Give KIDS Time campaign

Samantha Cameron helped launch our campaign, Give KIDS Time, by attending a coffee morning at our Hackney Playground.Read more

253. KIDS and Open Objects collaborate to deliver family-first insight workshops

KIDS collaborates with Idox's Open Objects to deliver family-first insight workshops around the experiences of Education, Health and Care Hubs.Read more

255. Employee Volunteering-The Langham London Hotel

Celebrating Volunteers Week with examples of the great work employee volunteers at The Langham London Hotel do to support KIDS.Read more

256. Working in Partnership

Since 1977, when partnership with parents was at the core of our set up, KIDS has invested in its partnership ethos, recognizing the mutual value to be derived from effective partnership working.Read more

259. Lincolnshire STRUT Activity Days

Supervised group days out ranging from swimming to amusement parks and everything in-between tailored according to individual needs.Read more

260. Lincolnshire STRUT After School club

A safe environment for children/young people aged 8-19 of all abilities to interact and have fun after school.Read more

261. KIDS join new coalition of charities to push for improved services for disabled children

KIDS is pleased to be part of a new coalition of charities, the Disabled Children’s Partnership.Read more

262. National Three Peaks Challenge

Join KIDS as you embark on a trek of a lifetime by participating in a Three Peaks Challenge.Read more

263. Ben Nevis Trek

Join team KIDS as you conquer a trek to the summit of Ben Nevis.Read more

264. Snowdon Trek

Join team KIDS as you trek to the summit of Mount Snowdon, taking in stunning views of North Wales. Read more

265. Land's End to John O'Groats

Join team KIDS by peddling across the British Isles.Read more

266. Edinburgh Night Ride

Join team KIDS in a unique cycling experience - peddling through Edinburgh at night.Read more

267. Zambezi Challenge

Experience the thrills of rafting across Zambia with team KIDS.Read more

268. Langham Hotel volunteer for our Sibling Support group

KIDS Corporate partner volunteers for our Camden Siblings Support Group.Read more

269. Greystar Charity Skydive

We are extremely grateful for all the daring souls at Greystar who will be taking place in the first Greystar UK Charity Skydive event on 3rd June. To sign up, please read the details below and book your place.Read more

270. Grand Canyon Trek

Explore the Grand Canyon, by joining team KIDS and taking on the trek of a lifetime.Read more

271. Tough Mudder

Run for a cause by supporting KIDS during your trek through the mud. Read more

272. Katie's running blog - the story so far

Katie will be taking part in the Bath Half Marathon as part of team KIDS and will be giving us regular updates on how her training is going and giving some tips.Read more

273. KIDS win some funding for their Young Facilitators Program

KIDS South East win some funding for their Young Facilitators Program through the WINnovation Funding Den.Read more

274. A beatbox and rap workshop for our Young Transition group

Our West Midlands Young Transition group has a workshop on beatboxing and rap.Read more

275. The Great Bristol Half Marathon 2017

Join the KIDS team on this iconic event through the wonderful city of Bristol.Read more

276. The Great Bristol 10k 2017

Join the KIDS team on this iconic event through the wonderful city of Bristol.Read more

277. Zoe Peden

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282. Russell House

The residential short breaks service at Russell House aims to enhance the quality of young people’s lives, promoting dignity, independence and access to universal provision. Young people and their families are central to all decisions relating to the services they receive. The service is sensitive to the needs and wishes of the individual and takes into account a young person’s disability, age, sex, sexual orientation, culture, race and language.Read more

283. Austin Erwin

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284. Chris Stefani

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285. Disney Store hosts party for KIDS families

KIDS’ beneficiary Jack meets Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse at Disney Store partyRead more

286. Manchester relationship and sexuality group

Monthly discussion group. Young people can discuss and take part in activities that covers all aspects of relationships, sexual health and sexualityRead more

288. Young Facilitators South West

A group of young disabled people who have come through our Relationships and Sexuality Group in the South West have been formally trained to lead and facilitate discussion groups, with appropriate support.Read more

291. Staffordshire Short Breaks

Life Skills and Independence is 1:1 support for 11-25 year oldsRead more

292. Sandwell Short Breaks

Short Breaks in the local authority of Sandwell: giving disabled children and young people the opportunity to explore new interests and develop independence.Read more

293. KIDS Family Centre

The KIDS Early Years’ Service provides safe, quality, stimulating play provision for disabled and non disabled children from 6 months to 5 years.Read more

294. Orchard Centre Youth Clubs

Youth Clubs for young people in Dudley.Read more

295. Orchard Centre After School Club

An after school club for children with disabilities living in DudleyRead more

296. Participation Works -YPEG

Participation Works - Building the Participation of Children and Young People with SEND.Read more

301. KIDS Hertfordshire HUBs

The HUBs offer information and support for parents and carers of disabled children and young people aged 0-19 in Hertfordshire.Read more

304. Chichester Short Breaks

Short Breaks in Chichester can relieve the strain on families and reduce stress on parents, whilst giving the disabled child or young person an opportunity to explore new interests and develop independence.Read more

305. Stockport SENDIASS

Stockport SENDIAS (Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Information Advice and Support Service) is a free, confidential and impartial service for parents and carers, children and young people aged 0 – 25 who have or may have Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.Read more

307. Camden keyworking

Camden Keyworking offers a single point of contact to families accessing more than one service and managing multiple appointments.Read more

308. Lewisham SENDIASS

Lewisham SENDIASS (Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Information Advice and Support Service) is a free, confidential and impartial service for parents and carers, children and young people aged 0 – 25 who have or may have Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.Read more

309. Newsletter

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311. Volunteer

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313. Camden special parents forum

As part of our parent and family support services, Camden Special Parents’ Forum is a growing network of over 250 parents and carers of 0-25 year olds with special education needs and disabilities.Read more

314. Southwark Home Learning

Home Learning or Portage is a home visiting educational service for pre-school children with additional support needs, and their families.The Southwark Home Learning service offers a framework of support with regular home visits, by a trained practitioner.Read more

315. Our service standards

KIDS is committed to delivering a consistently high level of service throughout our extensive and diverse range of provision.Read more

316. Forest Park After school, Saturday club and playscheme

After school, Saturday clubs & play schemes provides safe, stimulating and inclusive play outside of school hours and during the holidays. At Forest Park, children are encouraged to choose their play activities with the emphasis on having fun with other children.Read more

317. Portsmouth Short Breaks

Short Breaks services in the Portsmouth area can relieve the strain on families and reduce stress of parents, whilst giving the disabled child or young person an opportunity to explore new interests and develop independence.Read more

318. Hampshire Short Break services

Short Breaks services in the local authority of Hampshire can relieve the strain on families and reduce stress of parents, whilst giving the disabled child or young person an opportunity to explore new interests and develop independence.Read more

319. Hull Befriending

As part of our parent and family support services in Yorkshire & The Humber, KIDS parent befrienders are parents whose children have a range of impairments and/or special educational needs and so are uniquely placed to offer support to other parents.Read more

320. Hull SEND Sleep service

As part of our parent and family support services, the Hull SEND Sleep service provides trained sleep practitioners who are able to support and advise families on their children’s sleep problems and support them to put effective strategies in place.Read more

321. Hull Early Years Services

Our Early Years provision offers a range of services for disabled children or those with special educational needs aged between 0-5 years old. KIDS Hull deliver weekly Learn and Play Together and Sensory groups. We aim to empower families and give them the tools to support their child's long-term development, improving their chances to join in and succeed in education and leisure activities.Read more

322. Lincolnshire Early Years support and Learning provision

Our Early Years provision offers a range of services for disabled children aged between 0 and 5 years old. The Lincolnshire creche brings parents/ carers together with their children in structured and free play activities.Read more

323. Manchester Employment Ready workshops

KIDS transition programmes focus on supporting young people when they are moving from childhood to adulthood. Manchester Employment Ready workshops help young disabled people be more aware about what is involved in looking and applying for paid work.Read more

324. South West Relationships and Sexuality Group

Our Relationships and Sexuality groups offer discussion groups led by young disabled people aged 13 – 25. No subject is out of bounds as we cover topics such as public and private, friendships, relationships, sex, contraception, self-esteem and puberty.Read more

325. Walsall Short Breaks

Short Breaks in the local authority of Walsall can relieve the strain on families and reduce stress of parents, whilst giving the disabled child or young person an opportunity to explore new interests and develop independence.Read more

326. Birmingham and Solihull Short Breaks

Short Breaks in the local authority of Birmingham and Solihull can relieve the strain on families and reduce stress of parents, whilst giving the disabled child or young person an opportunity to explore new interests and develop independence.Read more

327. Derbyshire Short Breaks

Short Breaks in the local authority of Derbyshire can relieve the strain on families and reduce stress of parents, whilst giving the disabled child or young person an opportunity to explore new interests and develop independence.Read more

328. South Gloucestershire Short Breaks

Short Breaks in the local authority of South Gloucestershire can relieve the strain on families and reduce stress of parents, whilst giving the disabled child or young person an opportunity to explore new interests and develop independence.Read more

329. Youth 2 Gosport clubs

Our youth groups offer varied activities for young people aged 8 - 25. Sessions are often planned by the attendees themselves and help them develop their social and life skills. Youth 2 Gosport club enables young people to relax, have fun and try new things.Read more

330. Keynsham Holiday Play Scheme

Our play schemes provide days of adventure for disabled children and young people. The Keynsham holiday play scheme offers centre-based activities including music, arts and crafts, outdoor and sensory play.Read more

331. Regional Mediation

KIDS SEND (Special Educational Needs and Disability) Regional mediation service is an independent mediation and disagreement resolution service, which is free of charge for parents/carers and young people.Read more

332. Wokingham Short Breaks Service

KIDS short breaks provides trained staff to support children and young people in their own home and/or out and about in the community. The service offers a flexible approach, families are able to book support to meet their child/young person’s needs.Read more

333. Rachel Madocks Clubs

After school, Saturday & holiday clubs provide safe, stimulating and inclusive play outside of normal school hours and during holiday periods. At Rachel Madocks, children are encouraged to choose their play activities with the emphasis on fun and enjoyment with other children.Read more

334. South Gloucestershire Social Club

Our youth groups offer new and varied activities for young people. The activities at our South Gloucestershire young club are voted for by the young people themselves, and are designed to give them a sense of achievement as well as develop their social and life skills.Read more

335. Bracknell Short Breaks

Short Breaks in Berkshire can relieve the strain on families and reduce stress on parents, whilst giving the disabled child or young person an opportunity to explore new interests and develop independence.Read more

336. Bracknell over 11's club

Our play schemes provide days of adventure for disabled children and young people. The Bracknell over 11's club offers a combination of centre based activities and days out.Read more

337. Bracknell under 11's club

Our play schemes provide days of adventure for disabled children and young people. The Bracknell under 11's club offers a combination of centre based activities and days out.Read more

338. Waltham Forest Short Breaks

Short Breaks in the London borough of Waltham Forest can relieve the strain on families and reduce stress on parents, whilst giving the disabled child or young person an opportunity to explore new interests and develop independence.Read more

339. Hackney Adventure playground

KIDS’ Adventure Playgrounds provide stimulating and inclusive play on a closed access site. The Hackney playground offers an accessible green space within an urban environment, where children can choose their play in a setting which supports their requirements.Read more

340. Lady Allen Adventure Playground

KIDS’ Adventure Playgrounds provide stimulating and inclusive play on a closed access site. The Lady Allen Playground offers an accessible green space within an urban environment, where children can choose their play in a setting which supports their requirements.Read more

341. Chelsea Adventure Playground

KIDS’ Adventure Playgrounds provide for stimulating and inclusive play on a closed access site. The Chelsea Playground offers an accessible green space within an urban environment, where children can choose their play in a setting which supports their requirements.Read more

342. Hayward Adventure Playground

KIDS’ Adventure Playgrounds provide stimulating and inclusive play on a closed access site. The Hayward Playground offers an accessible green space within an urban environment, where children can choose their play in a setting which supports their requirements.Read more

343. Harrow Short Breaks

Short Breaks in the London borough of Harrow can relieve the strain on families and reduce stress of parents, whilst giving the disabled child or young person an opportunity to explore new interests and develop independence.Read more

344. Hounslow Short Breaks

Short Breaks in the London borough of Hounslow can relieve the strain on families and reduce stress of parents, whilst giving the disabled child or young person an opportunity to explore new interests and develop independence.Read more

345. Hackney Short Breaks

Short Breaks in the London borough of Hackney can relieve the strain on families and reduce stress on parents, whilst giving the disabled child or young person an opportunity to explore new interests and develop independence.Read more

346. Ealing Short Breaks

Short Breaks in the London borough of Ealing can relieve the strain on families and reduce stress on parents, whilst giving the disabled child or young person an opportunity to explore new interests and develop independence.Read more

347. Camden Short Breaks

Short Breaks in the London borough of Camden can relieve the strain on families and reduce stress on parents, whilst giving the disabled child or young person an opportunity to explore new interests and develop independence.Read more

348. Camden Home Learning

Our Camden Home Learning or Portage is a home visiting educational service for pre-school children with additional support needs, and their families.Read more

349. Early explorers nursery

Our Early explorers nursery in Fareham offers a range of services for disabled and non-disabled children aged between 0 and 5 years old. The services encourage children to play together and have fun whilst also promoting vital motor skills and communication development.Read more

350. Basingstoke Nursery

Our Basingstoke Nursery offers a range of services for disabled and non-disabled children aged between 3 months and 5 years old. The services encourage children to play together and have fun whilst also promoting vital motor skills and communication development.Read more

351. Hull Inclusion and Behaviour support service

The Inclusion Service was established due to the large number of children with special educational needs at risk of or excluded from school within the city. The service works with families who have a child that has been permanently excluded from school or have received more than two fixed term exclusions in the past three school terms.Read more

352. Hull Children's Rights and Advocacy service

The is an independent service specifically for disabled children and young people aged 8-19 years accessing overnight short breaks, looking after children and those placed within independent settings.Read more

353. Hull SENDIASS

The Hull Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Information Advice and Support Service or SENDIASS is a free, confidential and impartial service for parents and carers, children and young people.Read more

354. Hull Parents Forum

The parents forum in Hull is a group of parents and carers of disabled children who work with local authorities, education settings, health providers and other organisations to make sure the services they plan and deliver meet the needs of disabled children and families. The forum is based within KIDS building but is run independently of KIDS by local parents for local parents.Read more

355. Orchard Centre Short Breaks

The Orchard Centre is a resource for children, young people and their families living in and around Dudley.Read more

356. Fareham and Gosport Young Carers

We provide support to young carers between the ages of 8 and 18, whose lives are restricted in some way because they are supporting a person who is ill, has a disability, mental illness or is misusing a substance.Read more

357. Richmond and Kingston SENDIASS

Richmond and Kingston SENDIASS is a free, confidential and impartial service for parents and carers, children and young people.Read more

358. London Mediation

KIDS SEND (Special Educational Needs and Disability) Mediation service is an independent mediation and disagreement resolution service, which is free of charge for parents/carers and young people.Read more

359. East HUB

The East HUB offers information and support for parents and carers of disabled children and young people aged 0-19 in Hertfordshire.Read more

360. West HUB

The West HUB offers information and support for parents and carers of disabled children and young people aged 0-19 in Hertfordshire.Read more

362. Our history

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363. Trusts and Foundations

Trusts and Foundations provide a vital source of income towards KIDS’ projects for disabled children, young people and their families, and we are keen to build meaningful partnerships with trusts that share our goalsRead more

364. Organise your own event

There are lots of different events you could host on behalf of KIDS, from holding a cake bake or pub quiz to organising a community fun run or themed ball, we will be here to help you make your fundraising activities a great success.Read more

365. Skydive UK

Enjoy an ultimate adrenaline rush whilst helping disabled children and their families.Read more

366. Caravan Holiday Accommodation

Our holiday caravan in the idyllic Cotswolds allows children, young people and their families to have a well-deserved break togetherRead more

367. After School Clubs

Our after school and Saturday clubs provide safe, stimulating and inclusive play near you.Read more

368. Domiciliary care

KIDS domiciliary care provides trained staff to support children and young people with disabilities in their own home.Read more

369. Children's rights and Advocacy

Our independent service is here to give children and young people a voice, protect their rights and help them speak out.Read more

370. Give to KIDS

Disability in the UK affects more people than cancer and heart disease put together. Please give today and help KIDS give families with a disabled child the help and practical support they need, every step of the way.Read more

371. Relationships and Sexuality Groups

We offer relationship and sexuality discussion groups led by young disabled people aged 13-25, which covers a variety of subjects.Read more

372. Mediation

KIDS SEND Mediation Service is an independent mediation and disagreement resolution service, which is free of charge for parents/carers and young people.Read more

373. Youth Groups

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374. Adventure Playgrounds

KIDS’ Adventure playgrounds provide an opportunity for stimulating and inclusive play on a closed access site.Read more

375. Play Schemes

Our play schemes provide days of adventure and activities for disabled children and young people near you.Read more

376. Holiday Accommodation

Our wheelchair accessible holiday caravan offers children, young people and their families a well-deserved break in the Cotswolds.Read more

377. Transitions to Adulthood

Our transition programmes support young people from 14 years onwards to transition into adulthood.Read more

378. Home Learning

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379. Young Carers

Our Young carers service provides help and support to children and young people under the age of 18.Read more

381. Overnight Short Breaks

Our overnight Short Breaks provide high quality residential breaks which meet the individual requirements of each young person.Read more

382. Parent and Family Support

At KIDS, we have services that provide general parent and family support as well as Key working, Sleep projects, Parent forums and Befriending services.Read more

384. Find a service

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385. Short Breaks

KIDS provides Short breaks to relieve the strain and stress on families, whilst giving a child or young person an opportunity to explore new interests and develop independence.Read more

387. South West

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388. South East

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389. North East

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390. Midlands

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391. London

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392. Fundraising

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393. East Midlands

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394. Gina's Short Breaks with Udanya

One of our Short Breaks Senior Practitioners Gina writes about her experience with Udanya, who she takes on short breaks to the Belmont Children’s farm.Read more

395. Keynsham Holiday Play Scheme

KIDS runs a holiday play scheme for disabled children and young people to enable them to try new things, have fun and interact and play with their peers. Read more

396. Croydon SEND Information, Advice, Support (SENDIAS) and Mediation service

An independent, impartial and confidential service which offers information and support for parents of children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) as well as SEND mediation services. Read more

397. Brighton Marathon

Achieve your fitness goals and run with #teamKIDS. The 2016 Brighton Marathon promises to be their biggest and best yet! Read more

398. Russell House

The residential short breaks service at Russell House aims to enhance the quality of young people’s lives, promoting dignity, independence and access to universal provision.Read more

399. Gifts in wills

By leaving a gift to KIDS, you’ll be helping us make a life changing difference to disabled children and their families for years to comeRead more

400. Make a regular donation

Knowing that we can rely on your support through regular giving means we can make longer term plans for new and exciting projects for the children we work with, as well as developing the existing vital services already in placeRead more

401. Run Hackney Half Marathon

Run Hackney half marathon is one of the top ten half marathons in the country! Join our team and support our Hackney playground! Read more

402. Donate today

Help us to continue to support over 15,000 disabled children, young people and their families with the practical help they need every step of the way.Read more

403. Royal Parks Half Marathon

Royal Parks Half Marathon takes you the scenic route; 13.1 miles through four Royal Parks in all their autumnal splendour as well as magnificent views of the capital! Read more

404. Bupa London

Sign up for this popular 10k London run and you won't be disappointed! Join #teamKIDS and help give disabled children and young people a happy childhood and a brighter future!Read more

405. Orchard Centre Direct Support Service

KIDS Orchard Direct Support Service provides direct support to disabled children and young people (0-25years) and their families, in and out of the family home, as well as community and leisure environments. Read more

406. Early Years Nursery (Fareham)

KIDS' nursery in Fareham is an inclusive setting supporting children who have a disability, condition or impairment and/or special educational need.Read more

407. Face 2 Face Project

Face 2 Face is a free emotional support service for parents who have recently discovered their child has a disability or they are facing a particularly challenging time in their disabled child's life. The service covers Gosport, Fareham, Havant, New Forest and Basingstoke areas.Read more

408. 2015/16 Annual review

Read more to see our latest 2015/16 Annual reviewRead more

410. KIDS Holiday Caravan

The KIDS holiday caravan, located just outside the village of Broadway in the idyllic Cotswolds is available for hire to families with disabled children and disabled young people.Read more

411. KIDS’ Early Support and Learning Provision (Waddington Children's Centre)

Learning sessions, once a week, at Waddington Children's Centre, for disabled children and those with complex health needs. Read more

412. Fareham and Gosport Young Carers

A service provider for young people aged between 8-18 years old who help to support and care for a member of their family.Read more

413. Walsall Short Breaks and Buddy Service

Short Breaks provide families/primary carers of disabled children and young people a break from their caring responsibilities whilst equally providing the child/young person the opportunity to have fun, make friends and develop skills. The length of the break can vary but is usually around three hours. They can either be in the community or in the home. Read more

414. Bath Saturday Club

KIDS Saturday Club for disabled children offers a variety of activities, including: music, arts and crafts, bikes and scooters, outdoor and sensory play, films and tv and computer games.Read more

415. Hayward Adventure Playground

The Hayward Adventure Playground is an adventure playground designed for disabled children from 5 to 19 years old. It provides a secure and stimulating environment where children have access to a wide variety of structured and unstructured activities.Read more

416. Making it Personal 2

Download free resources on the SEND reforms hereRead more

417. New York Marathon

The biggest of all the World Marathon Majors, this is the marathon every runner wants to take part in. Drawing more than 100,000 applicants each year, you'll be running before two million cheering spectators and 315 million worldwide television viewers. Read more

419. Hull Parents Forum

The Parents’ Forum was formed by KIDS at the request of senior managers within health and the local authority. The Forum now has approximately 80 parent members representing children and young people with a range of disabilities and additional needs.Read more

420. Hull Inclusion Project

The Inclusion Project comes under the auspices of the Hull SENDIAS Service and aims to support parents and/or carers of children who have Special Education Needs and are experiencing some behaviour issues at school.Read more

421. Wakefield Early Support Advice Information Liaison Service (WeSail) including SENDIAS Service

A support service for families living within the Wakefield district that are caring for a child or a young person, aged 0 to 25 years old, with special educational needs and or a disability.Read more

422. Hull Playschemes

The Playscheme provides activity weeks during the summer holidays for disabled young people in Hull.Read more

423. Keyworking (Hull)

A family focused service which provides a specialist Designated Keyworker for families with disabled children or complex needs living in Hull. Read more

424. Advocacy and Children's Rights Service

The project aims to promote the rights of disabled children and young people, facilitating their participation in the decision making processes that affect their lives and ensure that they are supported and empowered to realise their aspirations and live in an inclusive community.Read more

425. Thumbs Up

A youth group for disabled young people aged 14 to 19 years old. We offer various activities such as football and chill-out evenings.Read more

426. Rushmoor Playscheme

A playscheme for children and young people 8-19. We run a variety of fun and exciting activities and workshops at Henry Tyndale School.Read more

427. Rachel Madocks Extended Services

After School Clubs, Saturday Fun Clubs and Holiday Playschemes are ran at Rachel Madocks School. We provide a supportive, safe environment and fun activities for children and young people aged 4 – 19 years. Read more

428. Osborne School Play Scheme: After school clubs, Saturday clubs and holiday playschemes

Service for disabled young people aged between 11 and 19 years offering 3 after school clubs per week, playschemes on alternate Saturdays and playschemes during Easter, Summer and Christmas.Read more

429. Youth 2 Gosport Clubs

Youth Club and Saturday Club for teenagers, based at St Vincent’s College. Our Clubs provide a friendly place for disabled young people age 15-24 to meet up and access new activities.Read more

430. Shepherds Down Extended Services

We run After-School, Saturday Clubs and Holiday Playschemes for children from 4 – 12 years in Winchester.Read more

431. Forest Park Clubs

Forest Park Extended Services run playschemes for disabled children and young people aged 4 – 19 years We run accessible days for the whole family to enjoy in the New Forest. Read more

432. Out and About in East Hants

Out and About days for children and young people aged 8 – 19 years. We provide trips and fun days out across the East Hants area.Read more

433. 18 Up

18 Up is an exciting youth club where young people have time with friends, both in the club environment and out doing activities in the wider communityRead more

434. KIDS Adventure Play - Hackney

Hackney Adventure Playground is for Children and Young People aged 5 – 19. We provide the opportunity for stimulating, inclusive play on a closed access site.Read more

435. Test Page

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436. Youth Groups in Hull

The youth groups support disabled young people between 8 and 18 years. They are run at various locations across Hull and minibus transport is provided. The children are supported by playworkers to access stimulating and healthy lifestyle activities.Read more

437. Hull Play and Development (held at Priory Children's Centre)

The Play and Development sessions are for families of pre-school children (aged 0-5 years) with disabilities and additional needs who may benefit from attending small group sessions structured to promote their developmentRead more

438. KIDS House - overnight residential short breaks

KIDS House provides quality residential respite care, overnight sleepovers and day care for disabled children aged 6 to 18 years old with a wide range of impairments and/or additional needs.Read more

439. West Berkshire Activity Weekends

Activity weekends for disabled young people who live in the West Berkshire area. The weekends which run from Friday evening to Sunday afternoon provide opportunities for young people to develop their independence in a fun, challenging and supportive environment.Read more

440. Bracknell Short Breaks

We provide short break practitioners for disabled young people between the ages of 3 to 25. This can be on an individual basis, or we can arrange that the work happens to enable the young people to meet up with friends to participate in activities. Read more

441. Bracknell Under 11's Club

The Bracknell Club is a targeted service for disabled young people aged 3 – 11 years, who are unable to access mainstream provision with or without support.Read more

442. Bracknell Over 11's Saturday and Holiday Club

This is a targeted service for disabled young people aged 11–17 years, who are unable to access mainstream provision with or without support. The clubs offer a combination of centre based activities and out and about days on Saturdays and in holidaysRead more

443. Camden Keyworking

The keyworking service provides families of disabled children and young people with a single point of contact for information, advice, emotional and practical support. A keyworker works in partnership with a family to oversee and co-ordinate the delivery of services for their disabled child/young person. Read more

444. Hackney Outreach Short Breaks

The Hackney Outreach Short Breaks service is designed in partnership to meet the needs of disabled children/young people and their families within the boroughs of Hackney and Waltham Forest.Read more

445. Southwark Portage Home Learning Service Including Development Play Sessions

The Southwark Portage/Home Learning Service is a home visiting educational service for preschool children with additional support needs, and their families. Read more

446. Lady Allen Adventure Playground

The Lady Allen Adventure Playground is a great place for disabled and non-disabled children to play adventurously, creatively and safely. We aim to provide all children using the playground with equal access to all activities.Read more

447. Chelsea Adventure Playground

The Chelsea adventure playground is a great place for disabled and non-disabled children to play adventurously, creatively and safely. We aim to provide all children using the playground with equal access to all activities.Read more

448. KIDS West HUB

The KIDS East and West HUBs offer information and support for parents and carers of disabled children and young people aged 0-19 in Hertfordshire. Read more

449. KIDS East HUB

The KIDS East and West HUBs offer information and support for parents and carers of disabled children and young people aged 0-19 in Hertfordshire. Read more

450. Conquer Mount Kilimanjaro

The Climb of a Lifetime! Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa and one of the largest free standing mountains in the world. Join this wonderful expedition to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro, the Roof of Africa.Read more

451. Early Years Short Break Service (KIDS family centre)

The Early Years Short Break Service is a package of care and support for those children with complex and significant child care needs. Breaks are tailored around the children’s needs and abilities with various activities occurring during the session.Read more

452. India - Bike for KIDS

Rajasthan, the Land of the Kings, is India at it’s most exotic and colourful. Cycle from the Taj Mahal through Rural Rajasthan on this fascinating ride of a lifetimeRead more

453. Fright Hike

Famous for ghost sightings and paranormal activities, Epping Forest is London’s largest open space and is sure to provide the most terrifying background for a horrifying Fright Hike!Read more

454. Virgin London Marathon

Feeling inspired and ready for a challenge of a lifetime? Get your FREE pack and register here- we have 25 places left! Read more