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If the item you need is not listed below, we are unfortunately unable to help. Equipment applications must be supported by an Occupational Therapist or healthcare professional.
We can provide 70% to 80% of the total cost of equipment. You will need to put some money towards it or find another charity or funder who can help with the cost.
Caudwell Children can provide between 70 and 80% of the cost.Certain models only and if they cannot be provided by wheelchair services.
Caudwell Children can provide 70% of the total cost.Certain models only and if they cannot be provided by wheelchair services. This includes storm/rain covers for buggies provided by the NHS.
Caudwell Children can provide 70% of the total cost.The child must be able to propel it themselves.
Caudwell Children can provide 70% of the total cost.We will send you a leaflet showing the choices.
Caudwell Children can provide 70% of the total cost.
This must be at a centre that we have approved. We can provide up to £1,000 for each child every 12 months.
£5,000 or £10,000 towards the SDR surgery dependent on the cost of the operation
Fundraising Support for SDR (UK & USA)
Other treatment abroad and/or social costs associated with that treatment may be considered following research and discussion with healthcare professionals. This process may take some time.
50% of the cost of a block of therapy or training (minimum total cost £1,000/£500 donation)The balance of the money for the surgery or therapy must be transferred to Caudwell Children so that the total amount can be paid to the hospital or therapist.
Before applying please call us on on 0345 300 1348 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please provide the information below for the parent/guardian that the child lives with
One of the ways for you to help Caudwell Children is to give consent for us to use your information to help with raising awareness and fundraising. We accept that consent can be changed at any time by the child/young person and/or their parent/guardian. If you do not wish to give consent, this will not affect the outcome of your application.
The General Data Protection Regulations 2018 give new guidance on how organisations need to control and process the information that you share with us.
As a Charity providing practical and emotional support to disabled children across the UK, we need to process your data to pursue our legitimate business interests, for example to provide our services, to safeguard vulnerable children and adults and for administrative purposes.
If your application is successful, the Charity will securely retain and process the information provided in this form, together with any associated information during the time we provide services to you and afterwards until your child reaches 26 years in line with General Data Protection Regulations and Caudwell Children's Privacy of Information Policy.
If your application is unsuccessful, all documentation relating to your application (both paper and electronic) will be confidentially destroyed after a period of six months.
Caudwell International Children's Centre
Keele Science & Innovation Park
Staffordshire ST5 5NT
Tel: 0345 300 1348
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