We are a group who aim to reduce the isolation of disabled lesbian and bisexual women of all ages. We have a national friendship network made up of disabled and non-disabled lesbian and bisexual women. We produce a quarterly newsletter in print, large print, tape…
Little Treasures support groups are for families of children with a diagnosis of autism or children who are getting tested. Siblings are also welcome.We are now a registered charity, supporting north east families. Stay and play sessions We have specialist play equipment for the children…
07749 681 130
We are a large, maintained school for young people with special educational needs. Our pupils attend from across South West Durham, with many from further afield. We have achieved an ‘Outstanding’ grade from our last three Ofsted inspections. We offer a diverse and enriched curriculum for…
01388 827 380
The Sensory and Physical team is a large multi professional team that has a wealth of experience and skills in meeting the educational needs of children with Hearing Impairment (HI), Visual Impairment (VI) and Multiple Sensory Impairments (MSI). The team also work with schools to ensure that they are able to…
03000 263 333
We are an organisation that promotes the human rights of children and young people. One of the things that gets in the way of this is that, in general children aren’t taken as seriously as adults - many people still believe that ‘children should be…
0191 307 7030
We offer a range of therapeutic services for children, young people and their families who experience moderate to severe emotional/mental health problems, including direct and indirect clinical work through consultation and training. Our Multi-disciplinary teams may include child psychiatrists, psychologists, nurses, social workers, primary mental…
We help the north east to carry babies big and small, offering drop in sessions and one-to-one babywearing consultations across the region. There are seven sessions per month, delivered by trained babywearing consultants. Our library offers free, peer-to-peer support to other parents, describing own experiences of babywearing, demonstrations…
0191 378 9768
07989 242 664
The One Point Service brings our staff together with the NHS and provides a variety of free advice and support and a range of activities for children, young people and families. We support children, young people and their families from early pregnancy up until the young…
03000 267 470
We are a mixed day school for pupils aged from 2-19 years who have severe, profound, medical and complex learning difficulties. Some of our students also have Autistic Spectrum Disorder, or Cerebral Palsy. 
01207 503 651
01207 500 755
We promote of the sport of fencing within the Durham area, offering group and individual coaching. We run regular beginners courses and wheelchair fencing. Please visit or website to find out more or just come along to join us. Like Phoenix Fencing on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DurhamPhoenixFencing

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