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ABERLOUR CHILD CARE TRUST

Caring for children in Scotland since 1875. We currently have 34 projects offering residential / respite / other support to children with all kinds of special needs - learning disability, families in difficulty, youngsters at risk, children whose mother has a drug / alcohol problem. Each child is encouraged to develop his / her full potential in a family setting.

C/Reg.: SCO 07991 for more information, please click through to the Aberlour websitePHC Ref. No. 1011
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NORWOOD

Norwood provides residential support, comprehensive day services and family centres, respite care, education for special needs children, vocational training schemes to prepare disabled young adults for life in the community, and recreational services for learning-disabled children and adults. Each year Norwood works with over 6000 socially disadvantaged children and people of all ages with learning disabilities.

C/Reg.: 1059050 for more information, please click through to the NORWOOD websitePHC Ref. No. 1012
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OCKENDEN INTERNATIONAL

When families are displaced or become refugees it is the young and elderly who are the most vulnerable. From a camp for Afghanistan refugees in Iran to squatter camps for displaced people outside Phnom Penh in Cambodia, Ockenden supports vulnerable children of all ages. Worldwide thousands of children are helped by Ockenden and it is vital that they continue to receive the education and support which otherwise would be lacking.
PLEASE SEE THE WEBSITE LINK BELOW re Ockenden International's change in mode of operation.

C/Reg.: 1053720 for more information, please click through to the OCKENDEN websitePHC Ref. No. 1013
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ANTI-SLAVERY ..... Thomas Clarkson House,The Stableyard, Broomgrove Road, London SW9 9TL.

Anti-Slavery (A-S) addresses all forms of slavery in the world today, including child slavery. We work with action groups around the globe who are fighting slavery within their own countries and seek to stimulate international action against it. A-S fights slavery through research, lobbying, public campaigning and education. We also have education packs that would be of interest to teachers.

C/Reg.: 1049160 Tel.: 0207 501 8920 Fax: 0207 738 4110 PHC Ref. No. 1014
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CHILD GROWTH FOUNDATION

Umbrella organization for Turners Syndrome, IUGR Russell Silver Syndrome, Sotos Syndrome, PSM, Growth Hormone Insufficiency/MPHD and Bone Dysplasia Groups. The Child Growth Foundation aims to raise public and professional awareness of growth disorders and their associated problems. Offers support and advice to parents and contact with others in similar situations. Linear growth is the most sensitive indicator of a child's wellbeing and a number of endocrine and non-endocrine (ie Coeliac disease) problems can be picked up if a child is not growing. As a child has such a short time to grow it is obvious that the sooner a problem is diagnosed the earlier treatment can begin, should treatment be appropriate.

C/Reg.: 274325 for more information, please see the Child Growth Foundation websitePHC Ref. No. 1015
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GREAT ORMOND STREET HOSPITAL CHILDREN'S CHARITY

Great Ormond Street Children's Hospital is dedicated to the prevention and treatment of disease in children. The hospital offers the widest range of paediatric expertise under one roof in Britain, providing specialist care for children who often have very rare, complex and life-threatening disorders. We aim to raise 12 million pounds every year for research and development of new and better treatments, to replace outdated equipment in the Hospital and to provide accommodation and support services for families and staff. We need your help! If you would like to help the Hospital reach its target, please send donations to the fundraising Department at the above address or telephone for fundraising information. Thank you.

C/Reg.: 235825 for more information, please click through to the GOSH charity websitePHC Ref. No. 1016
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ASBAH (1966) ..... 42 Park Road, Peterborough PE1 2UQ.

We need money to improve our work with children and adults with spina bifida and hydrocephalus in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. ASBAH promotes dietary folic acid to help prevent spina bifida in pregnancy and funds research aimed at reducing incidence and boosting choices available to people with these disabilities.

C/Reg.: 249338 Tel.: 0845 450 7755 Fax: 01733 555985 PHC Ref. No. 1017
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Kidsactive - play and opportunity for disabled children

Since this entry was originally created, KIDSACTIVE has merged with KIDS - see the page here. "In 2003, KIDS merged with KIDSACTIVE, previously known as the Handicapped Adventure Play Association. KIDSACTIVE was founded in 1966 by Lady Allen of Hurtwood, one of the pioneers in the field of adventure play who believed that disabled children had the right to adventurous play."
Please click here for the KIDS entry in the Project HappyChild Directory, and here for their website.

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ROYAL WOLVERHAMPTON SCHOOL

An independent, co-educational boarding school which through its Foundation provides scholarships for orphan children or those whose home circumstances necessitate a boarding education. Single parenthood alone is not sufficient justification for assistance. Pupils are assisted from the age of 6-18 years. Admission by election. Management by Board of Governors. Foundation applications to the Secretary to the Foundation at the school.

C/Reg.: 529007 for more information, please see the Royal Wolverhampton School websitePHC Ref. No. 1019
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CROHN'S IN CHILDHOOD RESEARCH ASSOCIATION

CHRON'S IN CHILDHOOD was formed in 1978 to raise funds for research into Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis and related disorders (IBD). The Association offers help and understanding to sufferers and their families. There are self-help groups in many areas. Information leaflets and regular newsletters are available for sufferers, parents, schools, health authorities and the medical profession.

C/Reg.: 278212 for more information, please click through to the CICRA websitePHC Ref. No. 1020
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