We are really proud of our members and will jump at every chance to shout about them and their achievements! This is a dedicated place to showcase members and to shine the spotlight on their projects.
National Portage Association
"Improving the learning of young children with disabilities, and the skills of their parents, through providing quality training and support for Portage home visitors and the early years workforce." Read more
Achievement for All
Our projects include Pupil Premium Reviews, SEND Reviews, anti-bullying, childminder professional development, learning in Family Teams and Youth Justice SEND. Read more
Helen Arkell Centre
Helen Arkell directly helps over 1,000 people with dyslexia every year, and indirectly helps many more, through the tuition that is provided by teachers who have completed OCR syllabus and via its website materials. Read more
We believe in the best start for every child, and support children with SEND aged 0-5 to get the best start in education. Our support is tailored to every child and every family, recognising that true understanding and partnership is the only way to give a child the best start. Read more
Contact is the charity for families with disabled children. We support families with the best possible guidance and information. We bring families together to support each other. And we help families to campaign, volunteer and fundraise to improve life for themselves and others. Read more
Also a membership organisation with over 6,000 members, Nasen's mission is to promote the advancement of all individuals with SEND/ALN mainly through working with the professionals who support them. Read more
Action for Kids
For 20 years Action For Kids has run employability skills programmes for young people. We know that with the right support, work experience, work placements and work trials can ultimately lead to paid employment. Read more
Halton Speak Out's Bright Sparks
Halton Speak Out teach people to speak up for themselves, help people to feel confident, to say what they want and to make changes in their lives. The Bright Sparks project involves recruiting young disabled volunteers and training them to become consultants to support the development of an inclusive community. Read more
If you are a CDC member and would like to be featured in this series, please contact Will Tucker at email@example.com.