Today, I have a guest post from Martin Peel, who has launched a new site highlighting SEN charities.
"We have recently launched a new website, www.sencharities.org, to increase the awareness of Special Educational Needs charities within England, Scotland and Wales. There are more than 200 such charities in the UK, many of which were established by the parents of children with Special Educational Needs.
Typically these charities are small in size and often run by dedicated groups of volunteers. Finding support for your child with Special Educational Needs is not always easy, often resulting in the question "Who can I turn to for help?”.
These charities provide a first point of contact for this help and by increasing awareness we hope that this will result in additional donations to aid them in their work. For more information about the website please email email@example.com or phone 07833 088202.
We are very grateful to our website sponsor, SpaceKraft of Shipley, West Yorkshire (www.spacekraft.co.uk) who are part of RM plc. Over the last 19 years SpaceKraft have designed and installed more than 3,000 Multi-Sensory Environments for children with Special Educational Needs.
www.sencharities.org has been developed by Health Charit Ltd, a not for profit fundraising company for health charities. For more information about Health Charit Ltd please go to www.healthcharit.org, email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 07833 088202.
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