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On occasion we all have worries about our health or bodies, or those of our loved ones.
On this page we have listed the links the members of our club have found useful.
If you have found a web site useful please email the link to us at:
By Email Attention Jane.
By phone at: 01480 461411
By Post at: Time for Health
8 Station Road
We will look at the site and if possible include the link here for other members.
One of our team has a son with a cocktail of disabilities: Profound Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD or Dyspraxia), Visual Dyspraxia, Dyslexia, High Functioning Autism and CFS/ME. Below are some of the web sites they recommend and used in their battles with the Authorities to get their son an education.
DYSFUNCTIONAL COORDINATION DISORDER (DYSPRAXIA): www.dyscovery.co.uk just the best site and people for professional help www.dyspraxiafoundation.org.uk a good starting point site.
DYSLEXIA: www.bdadyslexia.org.uk a great starting point site and staffed by friendly helpful people.
SPECIAL EDUCATION NEEDS PROBLEMS: The SEN TOOL KIT governments recommendations on what schools and District Councils should be doing with regard to SEN. You can find the overview document herewww.teachernet.gov.uk/whole .
PARENT PARTNERSHIP www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/pp provides advice on all SEN data. You can find them on your District Councils Web Site.
LEGAL ADVICE www.ipsea.org.uk a great site if you are getting close to despair or legal action - free and clear advice for parents in England and Wales.
ECZEMA: www.eczema.org the National Eczema Society is a great starting point site and staffed by friendly helpful people.The National Eczema Society is a registered charity which provides a wide range of practical advice and information for people with eczema and their carers. The Society publishes a wide range of independently verified information for patients, carers and health care professionals.
AUTISM The National Autistic Society - a fantastic hub to start your search http://www.nas.org.uk/