Resources for: Disability

Here you will find information for people living with a disability.

18. Benefits Grants

Benefits and Grants

Information from the Scottish Government on benefits, funds and grants including Child Benefit and tax credits.

Web: www.mygov.scot/browse/benefits

Website Online National Free
32. Childline No Text

Childline

Childline Counselling service for children and young people in the UK. Phone, talk to a counsellor online, send Childline an email or post on the message boards.

Helpline number: 0800 11 11

Web: www.childline.org.uk

Helpline Online Telephone National Free
40. Clifftops

Clifftops Project

The Clifftop Project provides artistic and dance activities for all in West Dunbartonshire.

Web: www.clifftopprojects.co.uk/

Services & somewhere to go Self referral Local Free
Cyp Comissioner

Children and Young People's Comissioner Scotland

Get help, information and advice about your human rights, and find out the ways you can get involved in the work done by the Children and Young People's Commissioner and team.

Phone: 0800 019 1179

Web: www.cypcs.org.uk/

Website Online Self referral Telephone National Free
Childrens Health Scot

Children's Health Scotland

The only charity in Scotland dedicated to informing, promoting and campaigning on the healthcare needs and rights of all children and young people.

Phone: 0131 553 6553

Web: www.childrenshealthscotland.org/

Website Download Online National Free
Disability Sport Finder

Disability Sports Finder

Find fun and engaging activities in your local area to suit all ages and abilities. Some activities have a cost.

Web: www.disabilitysportfinder.org.uk/

Services & somewhere to go Professional referral School Referral Self referral Local Costs money
Ind Living Fund

Independent Living Fund

Provides funding and support to help people in Scotland with a disability live independently.

Phone: 0300 200 2022

Web: www.ilf.scot/

Website Online National Free
I Am Me Keep Safe

I Am Me

Changing attitudes and behaviours so that disabled and vulnerable people can feel safe within their communities. Keep Safe is a network of safe places for anyone who may feel lost, scared or vulnerable when out in the community.

Includes information on a new app 'Keep Safe Kids' which brings together a selection of organisations who provide information and support for issues which may affect young people.

Also includes the I Am Me Learning Platform - an exciting suite of online resources supporting the Health & Wellbeing Experiences and Outcomes for Early Years, Primary & Secondary schools. Developed with, and for, children & young people.

Web: https://iammescotland.co.uk/

Website Online National Free
Whizz Kids

Whizz Kids

The UK’s leading charity supporting young wheelchair users up to 25 years old provides them with the equipment and skills they need to live life as independently as possible. To enjoy all of the opportunities and activities that so many others take for granted ‐ at home, at school, at work and beyond.

Web: https://www.whizz-kidz.org.uk/

Website Online National Free
Kindred

Kindred

Kindred exists to support parents of children with complex needs.

Phone: 0800 031 5793

Web: https://kindred-scotland.org/

Website Online National Free
Contact

Contact

The charity for families with disabled children. We support families, bring families together and help families take action for others.

Helpline number: 0808 808 3555

Web: https://contact.org.uk/

Helpline Website Online Self referral National Free
Sibs

Sibs

Sibs exists to support people who grow up with or have grown up with a disabled brother or sister. We provide information, support and training on sibling issues for adult siblings, young siblings, parents and professionals.

Web: https://www.sibs.org.uk/

Website National Free