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  • Gifted Children's Information Centre

    The Gifted Children's Information Centre was founded in April 1978. Its principal function is to publish and disseminate information on the subject of gifted and talented children. The Centre runs an advice and guidance service on special educational needs. It has the services of a consultant...
  • Hesley Group

    The Hesley Group is an independent organisation providing residential care, education, vocational training and therapeutic services for people with complex behaviours, severe learning difficulties, autism or Asperger Syndrome and similar conditions. Their mission is to enhance the lives of the...
  • Hoffmann Foundation for Autism

    The Hoffmann Foundation for Autism has over 40 years' experience of providing a range of services for adults within the autistic spectrum and with associated difficulties. They aim to improve their quality of life and to enable them to live as independently as possible. They believe that each...
  • Learning Assessment & Neurocare Centre

    The Learning Assessment and Neurocare Centre was established in 1993 by Dr G D Kewley, an Australian paediatrician. Dr Kewley and his consultant colleagues at the Centre have experience in their individual specialities and also in the assessment and management of children, adolescents and adults...
  • Linkage Community Trust

    Linkage Community Trust is a registered charity which provides high quality education, care and employment services to enable people with learning difficulties and other disabilities to realise their full potential. Linkage provides services for over 300 learning disabled people from all over the...
  • Listening Books

    Listening Books provides a postal and internet based audiobook library service to people who cannot read in the usual way. It is a national audiobook charity offering MP3 CDs, internet streaming and audio tapes to a full range of print impairments. Membership is comprised of those with visual...
  • National Autistic Society, Wales

    The National Autistic Society exists to champion the rights and interests of all people with autism and to ensure that they and their families receive quality services appropriate to their needs. The aims of the Society are as follows. To offer families and carers information, advice and...