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The Karten Network is a charity with the purpose of improving the quality of life and independence of adult people with congenital or acquired physical, cognitive, sensory, learning disabilities or mental health problems. The Karten Centres provide a supportive learning environment together with...
Kawasaki Support Group
Keep Able offers a free home or in-store assessment service and sells aids for daily living and a large range of power products including wheelchairs, scooters, bath lifts, riser recliner chairs, stairlifts and electric beds. The store also has a large bathroom display with level access shower and...
Keep Fit Association
The Keep Fit Association (KFA) offers fitness through movement, dance and exercise. It is a national governing body supported by Sport England and recognised by the Register of Exercise Professionals (REPs). KFA classes include teaching adults, older adults, children, and seated frail elderly, and...
Keratoconus is a condition of the eye meaning conical cornea. The UK Keratoconus Self-Help Group provides support to people with the condition and works to raise awareness of the condition. It offers the following: Information and support for people with keratoconus. Regular meetings for...
Keytools Ltd is a commercial organisation established in 1989, with the objective of "Providing effective special needs access equipment for computer users in education, leisure, work, therapy and communication". This objective is achieved by continuously sourcing and making available...
The Kidney Alliance was formed jointly by the Renal Association and the National Kidney Federation in 1998 with the support of the British Renal Society. The aim was to bring together patients' voices and professionals committed to renal medicine. Its mission is to promote high quality treatment...
Kidney Cancer UK
Aims to provide UK kidney cancer patients and their carers with improved access to reliable information about kidney cancer and its treatment, and to establish a network of individuals and groups
Kidney Patient Guide
The Kidney Patient Guide provides web-based patient information for kidney failure patients, their families, health professionals and others interested in kidney disease. The site includes information not only on physical aspects of kidney failure - how the kidneys function, what happens when they...
Kidney Research UK
Kidney disease is not, as commonly thought, a disease that affects only the elderly - it can happen at any age. Treatment options include a transplant - for which there is a waiting list or a life on dialysis, a life sustaining treatment - but which can severely restrict daily life. Founded in...
KIDS work in partnership with parent and carers to enable disabled children and young people to develop their skills and abilities and to fulfil their potential, hopes and aspirations. Their work falls into several areas: Direct work with disabled children - including home learning (portage)...
KIDS (Working for Children with Special Needs)
Home-based learning, respite care, integrated nurseries, holiday playscheme. Birmingham, Fareham, Hull and North and West London
Kids Cancer Charity (formerly Christian Lewis Trust)
We pride ourselves in offering care on an individual level. Our primary focus is always on issues that relate to the quality of life for the children and their families. We care and we understand. We are here to support individuals and families when they need it. We can provide a listening ear at...
Kidsaware believe it is vital to raise awareness of the fact that an allergy can be potentially fatal. Nut allergy, for example, now affects 1 in 50 people, the majority being young people and the numbers of people with allergies seems to be growing. Kidsaware have created a range of products to...
Kidscape is a charity which was established in 1984 to prevent child abuse and bullying. It offers help and support to parents of children, who are being bullied, and holds assertiveness courses for children. Kidscape works with a range of groups including care professionals, teachers, and...
King of Hearts
Barking, Dagenham and Redbridge, Patient Cardiac Support Group
Kith & Kids
Kith and Kids goal is to achieve empowerment and social inclusion for/with families who have one or more members with a disability. Kith and Kids aims to: Provide support for the whole family. Seek information about, or help with educational, medical, or social issues. Organise weekend...
Membership of the Klinefelter Organisation brings the following benefits for £12.00 per year pro rata:- Copies of their quarterly newsletter - The Link Help, advice and information. Invitation to attend any meetings the KO holds for its members. Phone call within one month of joining....
Klinefelter's Syndrome Association
The Klinefelter's Syndrome Association (KSA) supplies information by letter or over the phone, produces a newsletter and maintains contacts with (KS) groups abroad where they exist. The Association also seeks to provide up-to-date information on the syndrome to enquirers. Please enclose a...
This website can help you assess your cannabis use, its impact on your life, and how to make changes if you want to.
Know the Score
Know The Score is a major drugs information gateway in Scotland. The web site provides you with the facts on drugs in Scotland, whether you're a young person, a parent/relative, friend, carer or a community group. The website contains information for anyone who wants to know about drugs in...