Cerebra

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Description

Cerebra is a national charity that strives to improve the lives of children with neurological conditions, through research, information and direct, on-going support.

Cerebra’s support services offer:

  • information and advice on a number of topics, over the phone or through their website
  • face to face support through a network of regional officers who can help with form filling and letters, completion of the Disability Living Allowance Form, meetings, specific local information and activities
  • a sleep service to give advice and support to families on a wide range of sleep issues
  • a free postal lending library for books and sensory equipment
  • an innovation centre who design bespoke equipment to meet family‚Äôs needs
  • a monthly e-newsletter full of informative articles and stories
  • workshops and other events across the UK.

Special educational needs and disabilites information

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Further information

  • Are you eligible
  • Celebra help children 16 or under with a wide range of neuro developmental disorders and conditions. You can find out more about the general areas they cover on their website.

  • How to access
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  • When is it available
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