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Bishop Auckland College is a great place to study and we are proud of the unique atmosphere here – we are welcoming, supportive, encouraging and, most of all, ambitious for your success. Our staff are absolutely dedicated to really getting to know our students and…
01388 443 000
We are a campaigning charity for disabled drivers and passengers. We give a clear lead in the fight to improve mobility and access, and to put an end to discrimination and segregation. We campaign at national and local government level and work closely with other…
01508 489 449
We provide housing advice, support and related services to help young people make the difficult transition to living independently in the community. Our services include: Pre Tenancy Service - support for young people aged 18-25 years, who have issues around housing. Floating Support - offering young…
01207 238 241
We aim to: support people affected by dyspraxia and their families  promote better diagnosis and treatment for people who have dyspraxia help health and education professionals to help people with dyspraxia raise awareness and improve people's understanding of dyspraxia We do this by: publishing leaflets, booklets,…
Helpline: 01462 454 986
Head Office: 01462 455 016
We are a charity for people (adults and children) who grow up with a brother or sister with a disability or chronic illness. At Sibs we provide a telephone helpline and online support to parents, professionals and siblings. We also develop sibling groups by running…
01535 645 453
We are a group who aim to reduce the isolation of disabled lesbian and bisexual women of all ages. We have a national friendship network made up of disabled and non-disabled lesbian and bisexual women. We produce a quarterly newsletter in print, large print, tape…
Making Changes Together was set up in County Durham so parents and professionals can work together to improve services for children and young people with additional needs. We gather information from parents at the forum conferences, through focus groups, emails, telephone calls, local support groups and more.…
0191 587 3541
We are here to provide support to any Adult with a formal diagnosis of Autism who is over 16 and a resident within county Durham. If you have any questions or woud like to discuss how we could help you or a family member please…
Durham: 0191 300 8556
Middlesbrough: 01642 608 012
We are a 0-25 years statutory service supporting parents/carers of children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) and children and young people with SEND. We provide confidential information advice and support through a range of services. This includes: Offer a 1:1 telephone appointment: 0191…
03000 267 007
03000 267 003
We provide health, wellbeing and practical housing related support and accommodation for young vulnerable people with a view to enabling them to gain the necessary skills for them to get their own tenancy. We can help you: to understand tenancy responsibilities to develop independent living…
01388 450 333 or 0800 073 1837
Fax: 0191 386 1824

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