Legal Advice


Support charity for children with brain conditions

Cerebra is the national charity helping children with brain conditions and their families discover a better life together. They provide a Book and Toy Library, Sleep Advice Service, Legal Advice Service and they publish a series of guides and factsheets to help families of children with brain conditions with common problems they may be facing.

The Cerebra Innovation Centre (CIC) designs and builds innovative, bespoke products to help disabled children discover and engage with the world around them. If you have a problem you need addressing or an idea for something that you think could help your child, please get in touch.

Child Brain Injury Trust

Charity offering support to children living with an acquired brain injury

The Child Brain Injury Trust is a charity that offers support (including legal) and advice to children living with an acquired brain injury, as well as supporting their carers and siblings.

They also operate a small grants program that awards up to £125 towards a social activity for siblings and children with a ABI.


Charity that provides support and advice for families of disabled children

Is a charity that provides support and advice for families of disabled children. Their website is full of useful information and advice and they offer a “listening ear service” for parents and carers who are looking for emotional support. In addition to this they also operate a not for profit shop that sells toys, clothing and sensory products.

IPSEA (Independent Provider Of Special Education Advice)

Help children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities, and their families and carers, to get the appropriate education, training and support to which they are entitled under the law. As well as having an advice service, their website also offers a number of guides on things like choosing schools, EHCPs, SEN Law, transport to school etc

SENDIAS (SEND Information, Advice and Support)

Advice service focussed on helping SEND children access education and EHCPs

SENDIAS (SEND Information, Advice and Support) Service provides confidential and impartial information, advice and support to children and young people who have special educational needs and/or disabilities and to their parent carers.

They are mainly focussed on accessing education and EHCPs. Each area has it's own individual SENDIAS service, you can search for your local one at the following link: