What We Do
We work closely with statutory services, local council, NHS and schools to ensure that the needs of our children aren’t forgotten when it comes to making important decisions within our community
The therapies, equipment and accessible for all activities that we provide improve the lives of children with disabilities, over and above pure medical necessities. We seek to improve the quality of life for children so that they can gain better movement, overcome isolation, improve their self-esteem and play a larger part in the society around them, be that family or school.
Disabled Children's Partnership
We are proud to be a member of The Disabled Children’s Partnership. This is a coalition of more than 90 organisations campaigning for improved health and social care for disabled children, young people and their families. The DCP provide a platform for their voices, and challenge the injustices that affect them.
Our Trustee Dan McEvoy, father of Elisa who is profoundly disabled, is an active member of this group and is frequently the voice of children with disabilities by addressing Parliament and being interviewed by national media.
We are registered with the Charity Commission, members of the Fundraising Regulator and have been approved by HMRC to collect Gift Aid.