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Butterfly Wishes Network

The Butterfly Wishes Network is made up of professional photographers who provide their services to families with children (under 18 years) with life-shortening condtions.  

The condtions may include illnesses such heart failure, diabetes, HIV/Aids, liver and kidney failure, cancer, cystic fibrosis, muscular dystrophy, and severe cerebral palsy.

The photographers donate their time to provide each family with a free session and a minimum of 10 digital images.  They may be photographed at home or in a care setting.

To apply: complete the short online application form.

www.butterflywishesnetwork.co.uk











Free Cakes for Kids

Free Cakes for Kids UK is a network of local groups that bake cakes for families who are unable to provide a birthday cake for their child.

The cakes are baked by passionate volunteers who enjoy making homemade themed cakes linked to the child's interest. Recent cakes have included Bob the Builder cakes, princess cakes and football cakes.

Families are able to refer themselves or they may be referred by local organisations. Applications should be made preferably 10 days before the child's birthday.

View the on-line map to find out whether there is a local group near you.

www.freecakesforkids.org.uk










Stress Balls

For children and parents!

Pack of 4 balls in yellow, orange, blue and pink

Ideal for Stress Relief, Autism & ADHD








Project Linus UK

Project Linus UK is a voluntary organisation of needlewomen across the UK.

They create beautiful patchwork quilts and crocheted blankets for sick and traumatised babies, children and teenagers, hospices and sensory rooms at special schools.

To apply: contact your local branch.

www.projectlinusuk.org.uk







Winstone's Wish

Winstone's Wish provides help and support to bereaved children and young people (up to 18 years) to help them adjust to life after the death of a parent or sibling.

They work individually with the child and family or through group work. This includes time for fun, creative activites and reflection on painful issues.

Winstone's Wish also provide residential weekends for young people aged 6 to 18 years to encourage teamwork, confidence, self esteem and gives the opportunity to share stories and express feelings.

Other activities are organised to help children and families maintain contact and friendships.

www.winstoneswish.org.uk








See also:


Aidis Trust (free advice on assistive technology)


Coram Children's Legal Centre (advice on all areas of family, child and education law)


Parent Partnership Services (impartial advice and support for the assessment of Special Educational Needs)











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