This guide will explain what Unilateral Deafness is. NDCS is the leading charity dedicated to creating a world without barriers for deaf children and young people. Parents can rely on us from initial diagnosis through to adulthood.
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Scope exists to make this country a place where disabled people have the same opportunities as everyone else. Until then, we’ll be here. We provide support, information and advice to more than a quarter of a million disabled people and their families every year. We raise awareness of the issues that matter. And with your support, we'll keep driving change across society until this country is great for everyone.
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Future of Downs
Future of Down’s is a website run by parents of children with Down’s syndrome for anyone who needs us! Whether you already have a baby or child with Down’s syndrome, you are pregnant and want advice on screening and tests or have just received a positive diagnosis following an amnio or CVS, we are here for you!
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National Autism Society
We are the leading UK charity for people with autism (including Asperger syndrome) and their families. With the help of our members, supporters and volunteers we provide information, support and pioneering services, and campaign for a better world for people with autism.
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We provide information and support, campaign to improve policy and attitudes and, in partnership with independent local Mind associations, develop local services. We do this to make it possible for people who experience mental distress to live full lives
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The PDA Society provides advice and information for parents and professionals about Pathological Demand Avoidance Syndrome. This is a guide for GP’s, nurses, Health Visitors, Social Workers and other primary care workers who are likely to first come into contact with children on the autism spectrum and need to be alert to early signs and parental concerns. ASDs are spectrum conditions so some overlap within these areas and diagnoses are inevitable.
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