National Institute for Conductive Education
NICE is a leading UK charity working to improve the lives of children and adults with neurological movement disorders through Conductive Education
Caudwell Children exists to transform the lives of disabled children and their families across the UK. They provide funding for equipment and towards therapy costs for children affected by Cerebral Palsy, acquired brain injury and autism.
Contact a Family
For advice and information on all issues from special educational needs, support groups, medical information, rare disorders, short breaks and benefits and tax credits.
Cerebra grants help children (aged 16 years or younger) who have disabilities because of a brain related condition or injury.
Claims.co.uk provide advice and support for those injured in accidents for which they are not at fault. Written in plain english, with video tutorials and links to relevant industry bodies, they aim to ensure that visitors can make an informed decision about their legal position, and can choose whether to move forward with a claim at their own pace.
JMW Solicitors LLP – proud supporters of Rainbow House
JMW Solicitors has supported the work of Rainbow House for several years. We are a team of specialist medical negligence solicitors with many years of experience of helping children and adults who have been injured by poor medical care and their families. We obtain the compensation needed to cover the cost of coping with conditions such as cerebral palsy and help families to find answers as to what went wrong with medical care.
We are based at Spinningfields, in Manchester, but work for clients throughout England and Wales and provide home visits whenever needed.
Our team is headed up by leading solicitor Eddie Jones and we enjoy getting involved with many fundraisers for Rainbow House, including the Rainbow Ramble each year.
In the video below our client Phil Proudfoot explains how JMW has helped his family, including daughter Millie who has severe brain damage that was caused by medical errors.
JMW can also provide advice on other personal legal issues. For more information visit www.jmw.co.uk.
Newlife Foundation for Disabled Children
Newlife is an advisory service, led by quality nurses and also provides grants for equipment for disabled children.
Variety Club, The Children’s Charity
Providing grants for disabled and disadvantaged children and young people up to the age of 19 years for basic items that will improve their lives.