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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
Little Treasures Autism Charity 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 and have two Autistic Adult Support Groups. Throughout the year we offer…
07749 681 130
The Emotional Health and Resilience Team nurses in County Durham, provides a gold standard care for young people aged 5-19 years regarding emotional health including advice/guidance, targeted group work, rolling programmes and staff training.  For low level support please email: hdft.0-25ehrt@nhs.net Emotional resilience team county wide,  Monday -…
03000 263 532
Making Changes Together was set up in County Durham so parents and professionals can work together to improve services for children and young people with additional needs. We gather information from parents at the forum conferences, through focus groups, emails, telephone calls, local support groups and more.…
0191 587 3541
Horizon Young Adult Carers Service is funded by The National Lottery Community Fund to support Young Adult Carers aged 14 to 25 years old across County Durham. Young Adult Carers are young people aged 14-25 who care, unpaid, for a family member or friend with…
01325 731 160
We are a friendly pro-active group of blind/partially sighted people, that meet on a regular basis to discuss common problems and supply useful information to support each other.  We promote the general well being of visually impaired people, raise awareness with organisations and service providers on best…
01388 763 501
The Employment Futures programme exists to help remove barriers to meaningful employment for adults with autism and other disabilities. This service has been designed to support both the individual and the employer. The programme can include weekly workshops to help develop employability skills, work experience…
0191 410 9974
Home Group’s Durham Learning Disabilities Service offer between one to seven hours support per week to parents with a learning disability or difficulty in the East Durham, Durham City, and Derwentside areas. We provide support developing parental and living skills, setting up and maintaining a tenancy, accessing other appropriate services including…
08000 731 837
07739 303 318
We have a new category Covid-19 for you to search organisations and groups within your local area who can support you through this difficult time. For more information on the services that are available for adults over the age of 18 years please visit the…
We provide support to people in County Durham who are over 16 years old, who have been diagnosed as having Autism Spectrum Disorder and who are not eligible for social care funding. We support around: understanding and managing your diagnosis health and wellbeing independent living…
0191 300 8556

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