Here is our list of useful external websites.
Bradford City Disability FC Our football sessions are for everyone any Disability, Ability, Age or Gender!
Care.com A safe environment to find a carer to suit your needs.
Carers Direct Carers Direct is a national information, advice and support service for carers in England.
Cbeebies, Something Special Buy children's DVDs.
Counselling Directory The purpose of this site is to provide the UK with a huge counselling support network, enabling those in distress to find an appropriate practitioner closely. This is a free and confidential service.
DEAFSIGN For information and resources in the Let's Sign Series.
Down Syndrome Education International A leading charity, dedicated to advancing the education and development of people with Down Syndrome.
Down syndrome Medical Interest Group Information and guidelines on good health and medical practice.
DSA The national charity for people with Down Syndrome.
DSISO Down syndrome International Swimming Organisation.
InformED - Teacher Resources Free, high quality, easy to consume resources that are designed to provide you with new ideas for your classroom or learning environment.
Makaton A language programme designed to give everyone a voice.
Special Friends A social network site for people with learning disabilities, their friends, families and carers.
Numicon A fantastic resource for helping children with basic number skills.
Sunshine and Smiles Organisers of groups and events to improve the lives and opportunities of children and families living with Down syndrome in Leeds.
UK & Ireland Counsellor Directory A directory of Counsellors and Psychotherapists in the UK.
Therapy Directory An extremely comprehensive website to help you find the relevant therapy in your area.
PADS PADs created by parents for parents and parents-to-be offering stories and experiences and is a place to ask questions without fear of being judged.
Special Olympics Special Olympics GB is the largest provider of year-round, all ability, sports programme in Great Britain and supports over 10,000 athletes with intellectual disabilities on a continued basis.