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Challengers Merstham Youthscheme

The scheme offers disabled young people aged 13 to 18 activities such as trips to Bushy Park for Companion Cycling, bowling, swimming, theatre, pub meals, orienteering, cinema, museums and experiencing the sights and sounds of the Bluebell Railway (just to name a few!). As well… Read more

St Nicholas SchoolTaynton DriveMersthamRH1 3PU

07881 376910

Challengers Molesey Youthscheme

Molesey Youthscheme is a great place for disabled teenagers to hang out, make friends and try new things. there are a selection of in day activities such as table tennis, theme days and cooking. The scheme also head out and about to Hampton Court, the… Read more

Molesey Youth CentreMoleseyKT8 2LG

01483 230930

Challengers Bookham Young Adults

Bookham Young Adults is a great scheme for disabled young adults offering day activities and trips out and about. The scheme offers a place where young adults can make friends, hang out and try new things. Saturdays 10am to 4pm. Read more

Bookham YouthcentreGreat BookhamLeatherheadKT23 4AQ

01483 230930

Dance No Limits

An exciting, fun and inclusive dance school in Cheam for children and young people with special needs aged between 3-18. The classes are inclusive to all abilities and allow children and young people to have fun and express themselves through dance. Online enquiry form available… Read more

St Andrews ChurchNorthey AvenueCheamSM2 7HF

07850977807 / 07872175297

Brainwave Centres

The Brainwave Programme aims to develop the maximum potential of each child by taking an integrated approach to their physical and cognitive development and by aiming to enhance a child's social skills and emotional well-being. Read more

Brainwave South EastBeechen HouseRear of 16 Newland StreetWithamEssexCM8 2AQ

01278 429089

Sense

We believe that no one, no matter how complex their disabilities, should be isolated, left out, or unable to fulfil their potential. Our experts offer personalised support through our centres, holidays and short breaks, or in people’s own homes. We are here for everyone who… Read more

Sense International, 101Pentonville RoadLondonN1 9LG

0300 330 9250

Finding our voices

Finding Our Voices is an online community which started up in August 2014 as a quarterly magazine. It has helpful and inspiring articles relating to selective mutism. Read more

iSPEAK

iSpeak exists to support adults and older children with Selective Mutism, and their parents and also to challenge misinformation and stereotypes surrounding this anxiety disorder. iSpeak aims to give people with Selective Mutism their own say about their own condition. Read more

The Daisy Garland - Support & Advice for Childhood Epilepsy

The Daisy Garland is a family-run, national, UK registered charity whose aim is to offer help and support, to those whose lives are touched by drug resistant Epilepsy. The Daisy Garland provide support through funding Ketogenic Dietitians who work within NHS hospitals throughout the UK as… Read more

The Merchants House, 10High StreetTotnesDevonTQ9 5RY

01803 847999

Regard

Regard is a service which aims to raise awareness of disability issues within the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgendered (LGBT) communities and to raise awareness of sexuality issues within the disability communities. Read more

  • Updated: 27 Oct 2021

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