NCS is a way for 15 to 17 year olds living in England and Northern Ireland to make extraordinary friendships, learn the skills they don't teach you in class and create unforgettable memories.
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Hampdon HouseFalcon CourtPreston Farm Ind EstateStocktonTS18 3TS
0845 271 38 83
National Citizen Service is a Big Society initiative, supporting young people from all backgrounds to work together, take on new challenges and make a difference.Intensive personal social development programme for year 11/12 school…
6Longbow CloseHuddersfieldHD2 1GQ
01484 407070 01484 407060
National Day Nurseries Association (NDNA) is the nationally recognised charity representing nurseries throughout the UK. NDNA has members throughout the UK and around the world that benefit from free information, advice, support…
0808 800 3333 - Disability Information
Navigate is a national mentoring service that provides emotional support for parents of disabled children. Eligibility Navigate is open to any parent or carer who: lives in England or Wales has a child who is going through or has…
The National Childbirth Trust - For practical and emotional support in all areas of pregnancy, birth and early parenthood including help with feeding.
15Dufferin StreetLondonEC1Y 8UR
0808 800 8880 0207 251 5020 0207 490 8656
Family Support: Events, Activities, free membership, access to support locally and from our audiologist by telephone or email. Technology loan service and more.
The Buzz is the National Deaf Children's Society (NDCS’s) exciting website especially for deaf children and young people aged between 8 and 18 years old. There are two sites – one for children (8 to 11 years old) and one for teenagers (12 to…
0808 800 8880 Freephone
NDCS provides free impartial and unbiased information to families, empowering them to make informed choices for their child. NDCS provides information on all aspects of childhood deafness and hearing loss including: • Audiology•…
0191 410 9974
North East Autism Society are making sure they are able to continue to provide support to families and young people. Take part in their Zoom Seminars, Join in with the Virtual Support Group or check out the Q&A sessions.
The majority of the babies who are born every year are well and can go home relatively quickly with no problems. Some however, may be born early or sick and will need the services of the neonatal department. Their stay in the unit may be only…