NCB delivers the majority of its disability and special
educational needs work through the Council for Disabled Children,
whose vision is a society in which all disabled children's life
chances are assured, their needs are met, their aspirations
supported and their rights respected.
The Council for Disabled Children (CDC) is the umbrella body for the disabled children's sector in England with links to the other UK nations.
Every Disabled Child Matters (EDCM) is a campaign to get rights
and justice for every disabled child.
Making Ourselves Heard is a national project to ensure disabled
children's right to be heard becomes a reality.
Information Advice Advice and Support Services Network is
a resource for parent partnership services, who provide
support to parents of children with special educational
The Transition Information Network is a
group dedicated to improving the experience of disabled
young people's transition to adulthood.
The Special Educational Consortium's role is to protect and
promote the interests of children with special educational needs as
they relate to education.
A national network that brings together a wide range of
organisations concerned with young people who are affected by HIV
The Anti-Bullying Alliance (ABA) is an alliance
of over 130 organisations who work to stop bullying and create a
safer environment for young people.
Early Support is a national programme to improve the way that
services for young children with disabilities in England work with
(PfA) is a 2 year programme funded by the Department for Education as part of the delivery support for the 'Support and aspiration: A new approach to special educational needs and disability'.
The Anti-Bullying Alliance is leading on a government funded
programme to reduce bullying of children with SEN and
NCB and CDC publish books on
disability and SEN, including service provision, inclusion and
Children & Society
NCB's interdisciplinary journal, publishes research and
debate on all aspects of childhood and policies and services for
children and young people.Further Information
onBullying and Difference
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