• Growing up with ataxia

    Ataxia UK’s 16-30 Project is ensuring that children and young people with ataxia have an opportunity to continue to...

    09 May 2019

    Ataxia UK

  • Deaf children losing 10 specialist teaching units each year

    The latest report by the Consortium for Research into Deaf Education (CRIDE) which the National Deaf Children’s Society is part...

    09 May 2019

    National Deaf Children's Society

  • A sanctuary for George and his family

    For parents, Claire and Simon, attending Acorns Children’s Hospice with their five-year-old son George, who has Batten Disease, means they...

    09 May 2019

    Acorns

  • A Flare for Participation

    A group of twelve 13-25 year-olds with Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities (SEND) from around the UK are making...

    09 May 2019

    National Children's Bureau

  • First NCB Wellbeing Award Winners

    The National Children’s Bureau (NCB) launched their Wellbeing Award for Schools in September 2017, in response to concerns from...

    22 November 2018

    National Children's Bureau

  • How Acorns changed our lives

    Taye was seven months old when he was diagnosed with a rare condition, generalised bilateral cerebral polymicrogyria, which causes...

    22 November 2018

    Acorns

  • Understanding ataxia

    Joanna, known as Jo-Jo, is a “happy little girl with a sunny nature” and, says Mum Susie, “she loves...

    22 November 2018

    Ataxia UK

  • Jo-Jo and Gillespie Syndrome

    A journey into the unknown by Susie and Ben Slack When we decided to include Jo-Jo’s story in our...

    22 November 2018

    Ataxia UK

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