1. 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

2. 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

3. Fareham Play clubs

After school, Saturday and holiday clubs provide safe, stimulating and inclusive play outside of normal school hours and during holiday periods.  At Fareham clubs, children are encouraged to choose their play activities, with the emphasis on fun and enjoyment with other children.The staff team are skilled and experienced in supporting individual needs and we make every effort to ensure young people’s needs are met whilst enabling them to be independent.Read more

4. Gateway Youth Club

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. Gateway Youth Club enables young people with additional needs to relax, have fun and try new things.Read more

5. 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

6. 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

7. East Riding Young Person's SENDIASS

The East Riding Young Person's Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Information Advice and Support Service or SENDIASS is a free, confidential and impartial service for young people aged from 16-25.Read more

8. 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

9. Lincolnshire Positive Activities

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

10. Hull Short Breaks for Young Carers Fund

Grants are available for individual Young Carers who live in Hull and provide significant care, assistance or support to another family member who has a long term illness, disability, mental health difficulties or problems with drug or alcohol misuse. Grants are also available for a range of providers including the voluntary sector and local support groups to plan and provide opportunities to give Young Carers a break from their caring role.Read more

11. 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

12. 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

14. WISA - 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

15. Oldham Young People's Group

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

16. 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

17. Lincoln Activity Days

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

18. Lincoln 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

19. 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

20. 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

21. Birmingham Carers

Support for carers living in Birmingham through individual support or groupsRead more

22. Staffordshire Short Breaks

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

23. 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

24. 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

25. Orchard Centre Youth Club

Youth Club for young people in DudleyRead more

26. Orchard Centre Transitions

Transition to adulthood group for young people in DudleyRead more

27. Orchard Centre After School Club

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

28. 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

29. 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

30. Stockport SENDIASS

The Stockport 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

31. Camden keyworking

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

32. Lewisham SENDIASS

Lewisham 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 (up to 25 years).Read more

33. 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

34. 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

35. Thumbs Up Youth Service

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

36. 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

37. 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

38. 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

39. 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

40. 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

41. Hull Youth Groups

Our youth groups offer varied activities for young people that are often planned by the attendees themselves and help them develop their social and life skills. Hull youth groups enable young people to relax, have fun and try new things.Read more

42. 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

43. Hull Play Scheme

Play schemes provide safe, stimulating and inclusive play outside of school hours and during the holidays. At Osborne school, children are encouraged to choose their play activities with the emphasis on having fun with other children.Read more

44. 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

45. KITES After School and Social Club

Our KITES After School Club is for young people between 14 and 18 years. Our KITES Social Club is for young people between 18 and 25 years.Read more

46. 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

47. 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

48. 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

49. 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

50. 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

51. 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

52. 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

53. 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

54. Osborne 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 Osborne school, children are encouraged to choose their play activities with the emphasis on having fun with other children.Read more

55. 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

56. 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

57. 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

58. Medway Short Breaks

Short Breaks in Medway 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

59. 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

60. 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

61. 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

62. Surrey Short Breaks

Short Breaks in the London borough of Surrey 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

63. Sutton Short Breaks

Short Breaks in the London borough of Sutton 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

64. 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

65. 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

66. 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

67. 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

68. 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

69. 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

70. 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

71. 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

72. 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

73. 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

74. 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

75. 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

76. Hull Inclusion and Behaviour support service

The Hull Inclusion and Behaviour support service is linked to the Hull SENDIASS 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

77. 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

78. 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

79. 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

80. Orchard Centre Short Breaks

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

81. Fareham and Gosport Young carers

We provide support to young carers between the ages of 8 and 25, 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

82. 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

83. 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

84. 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

85. 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