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ChildLine Call free 0800 11 11 ChildLine is the free helpline for children and young people in the UK.
LivingAutism Call free 0800 756 2420 LivingAutism is an excellent one stop shop for autism related information.
Autism Links User friendly website that lists a range of useful resources and contacts.
Action for Children Supporting the UK's most vulnerable children for as long as it takes.
TES - A cautionary tale from the US: when SRE goes wrong May 19 2017.See the article in full BBC News - Modern Guides: From cooking to campaigning for sex education May 18 2017.See the article in full newstalk.com - Calls for 'fully appropriate' sex education for intellectually disabled people May 15 2017.See the article in full TES - Sex and relationships education to be compulsory in all schools February 28 2017.See the article in full The Irish News - Pupils believe sex education lessons would improve child safety. January 11 2016.See the article in full Schools Week - Minister to ‘accelerate’ proposals for changes to sex education December 6 2016.See the article in full TES - Action needed on 'worrying' sexual harassment in schools, government admits November 29 2016.See the article in full Cambridge Network - Sex education ‘fails young people with autism’ September 23 2016.See the article in full BBC News - Red tape 'stops school nurses doing job' September 12 2016.See the article in full The Telegraph - 'These women are calling on Theresa May to make sex education compulsory - and you can too' September 5 2016.See the article in full TES - SEND Focus: ‘Working as a sex education coordinator in a special school is not a role for the faint-hearted' June 22 2016.See the article in full The Mirror - 'Children are becoming 'desensitised' to extreme and violent porn - and it's warping their view of realistic sex' June 15 2016.See the article in full BT news - 'Teenage pregnancies have almost halved in England thanks to sex education' May 24 2016.See the article in full The Children's Society Focused on children and young people, their rights and practical help when they need it.
Action for Asperger’s useful site full of information on asperger's and autism.
Internet Watch Foundation UK Hotline for reporting criminal online content.
The SafeSurfing Project Teaching people with intellectual disabilities how to keep their information safe when using the Internet.
Anti Bullying Alliance Resources for schools to tackle bullying of disabled people, training for professionals.
CEOP's thinkuknow Latest information about staying safe online including resources you can use in the classroom and at home.
NSPCC National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, UK charity specialising in child protection.
Counseling Directory Connecting you with professional support.
Relationships and Private Stuff Australian based counselling service also produces very useful photo kit to support carers, counsellors and trainers in discussions with and education of people with disability.
Care for the Family Offer family orientated advice and information.
Contraception Education Limited Useful site with detailed information about contraception.
Barnardos The children's charity
The Ann Craft Trust UK based organisation working with staff in the statutory, independent and voluntary sectors to protect people who may at risk from abuse.
NAPAC (National Association for People Abused in Childhood) support and information for people abused in childhood 0800 085 3330.
Focus on Disability Advice - information - contacts (useful UK based resource site).
Scope Disability organisation for people with cerebral palsy. Includes advice and interesting blogs.
CerebralPalsyGuidance.com US based info for people with cerebral palsy.
The Institute of Independent Living Good site for learning disability based information and resources.
TeenNow California's Blog Useful info for those based in USA.
The Rough Guide to Accessible Britain Available to download for free.
Cinema Exhibitors Association Free cinema tickets for disabled people - a national card that can be used to verify that the holder is entitled to one free ticket for a person accompanying them to the cinema.
Max Card Designed to make days out more financially accessible for foster families and families of children with additional needs.
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