Five ways horses can help those with learning disabilities (and how to get started)
Sibling conflict in families with SEND increased during the first lockdown
Charities call on the Government to prevent carers from 'breaking down'
Spotlight on: Down's syndrome
Down’s syndrome is a genetic condition caused by an extra chromosome in a baby's cells. Typically, babies are born with each cell containing 23 pairs of chromosomes, or 46 chromosomes in total. In babies with Down’s syndrome, chromosome 21 doesn’t separate properly and instead splits into three, rather than two. This extra chromosome is responsible for the cognitive and physical features of Down’s syndrome.
New sound therapy equipment for disabled children available from Newlife
Living with epilepsy and learning disability: Hugh's story
The families living under the shadow of no diagnosis
Informing, inspiring and empowering families: The Oxfordshire Family Support Network
Demands grow for a Covid-19 recovery plan for disabled children and their families
Government to give £2.4 million fund to disability charities