Caudwell Children is continuing to provide support, guidance and a safety net to disabled children and their families during the current national lockdown. We supported more than 2,500 children with disabilities last year and we aim to go even further in 2021 by providing a lifeline at this difficult time.

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Our support continues

CCAS remains open to provide assessment, intervention and support for autistic children and their families. For more information, click here.

Our innovative campaign to provide vital sensory therapy into the homes of 2,000 UK disabled children continues. Apply or donate here.

Our activity clubs will continue online for disabled children in Staffordshire, giving them a chance to explore a range of interests through activities, make new friends and provide a break for parents and carers. Book a place here

This UK-first employability programme which prepares young autistic people for the world of work will continue. Places are still available for the February 2021 intake. Register a place here.

Our scheme to help combat fuel poverty to families with a disabled child continues. Eligible families living in Birmingham, Nottingham, East Staffordshire, Stoke-on-Trent, Liverpool and The Wirral can apply here.

Our friendly Family Services team will remain on-hand throughout the national lockdown to answer your emails and calls if you need their help. Or you can speak to a member of our team via the Live Chat service.