Links

Dyspraxia


Dyspraxic Teens
A friendly, supportive forum dedicated to Dyspraxic Teenagers, offering information and advice.

Dyspraxia Foundation
The Dyspraxia Foundation's official website. Offers advice and support to sufferers and their families.

The Dyspraxia Support Group of New Zealand
Information, advice and support.

The Dyscovery Centre
The Dyscovery Centres website. Has useful information on dyspraxia and other hidden disabilties

Liam Plumridge.com
Liam is an 18 year old with dyspraxia from Suffolk, who in March 2007 embarked on an expedition across Ecuador with 9 other disabled young people for the BBC programme "Beyond Boundaries". Liam has given various presentations and talks about his trip since returning to england, including a talk at the Equazen conference in London.

Sian's Dyspraxia Page
Gives a brief history of dyspraxia, her son's story and some useful advice.

Bullying


Bullying Online
A comprehensive website, offering support and advice to all who are being affected by bullying at school.

Bully Online
Information and advice about bullying in school and the work place.

Home Education


Education Otherwise
A Uk based organisation who offer support and advcie to home educating families

Freedom in Education
Informative website, offering information and advice.

The Home Education Advisory Service
HEAS is a national home education charity based in the United Kingdom. It is dedicated to the provision of advice and practical support for families who wish to educate their children at home in preference to sending them to school.

Jamboree
A website for children, young people, and parents who are contmeplating or practicing home education

Other Support Sites


Child Line
Advice and support for children and young people across the UK.
Helpline - free phone 0800 1111

The Samaritans
Confidential 24 hour support for people who have feelings of distress or despair.
08457 90 90 90 or for ROI 1850 60 90 90 (call charged at the cost of a local call)

Connexions
Information and advice for young people aged 13 -19 years.
Tel: 080 800 13 2 19
Confidential Advice Line. Advisers availabe from 8am to 2pm. Calls from Landlines are free. Calls from mobiles are charged, but if you call them, they will ring you back. You can also speak to an adviser online.

RU OK
A useful site for teens, which offers support and encourages self help.

Young People and Self Harm
A site for young people who are self harming and for their families and friends