Disabled Parents Network selected reports and guidance – A collection of links to documents published by other organisations which provide useful information for disabled parents and the professionals supporting them.
Disability, Pregnancy & Parenthood International – National (UK) network of and for disabled people who are parents or who hope to become parents, and their families, friends and supporters.
Disability Law Service – DLS prides itself on providing a quality service in areas of public and social welfare law, and hopes to demystify the legal system by giving concise and timely legal advice and information.
Family Rights Group – Offers advice & information.
National Family & Parenting Institute – Works with the Joseph Rountree Foundation and the University of Leicester on a study of good practice in supporting disabled parents.
Information for and about parents with learning disabilities – from the Norah Fry Research Centre, Bristol University.
CHANGE – Has two parenting projects which involve parents with learning disabilities.
Deaf Parenting Project – Provides support to deaf parents in the UK.
RNIB Parents place – Information and support for parents of blind or partially sighted children or parents with sight problems.
BIME – Bath Institute of Medical Engineering have a developed prototype for a baby carrier that will attach to the front wheelchair carrier.
DEMAND – Design & Manufacture For Disability. Design and manufactures one-off pieces of equipment.
Lookinglass.org – A website for disabled oparents living in the USA.
REMAP – Technical Engineering for disabled people – Can adapt mainstream equipment free of charge.
Ricability- Produces various guides for Disabled Parents.
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