Charities unite to improve services for disabled children and young people

The Disabled Children’s Partnership (DCP) will call for improved health and social care services. 

The DCP is a collaboration between 25 disability and children's charities, including The Children's Trust - the UK's leading charity for children with brain injury.  The organisations have come together in the shared belief that health and social care services  can and must be better if disabled children, you people and their families are to get the support they need. The partnership is an extension on the work of the Every Disabled Child Matters campaign. It will work with disabled young people and their families to launch a new campaign in 2017. The partnership will explore and share the stories of families throughout the campaign and these stories and experiences will help shape it.  If you would like to be involved, would be interested in helping develop the campaign or would like to receive updates, find out more about the Disabled Children's Partnership here.   Disabled Children's Partnership members steering group
  • Action for Children
  • CLIC Sargent
  • Contact a Family (Chair)
  • Mencap (Secretariat)
  • National Autistic Society
  • National Children’s Bureau
  • Sense (Treasurer)
  • Scope
  • The Children’s Trust
  • The Family Fund
  • Together for Short Lives
  • Well Child
Disabled Children's Partnership supporters
  • Carers UK
  • Carers Trust
  • NDCS
  • Ambitious About Autism
  • Disability Challengers
  • Working Families
  • Whizz Kids
  • Family and Childcare Trust
  • Blind Children UK
  • Rainbow Trust
  • I CAN
  • The Communications Trust
  • The Seashell Trust
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