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 NAIDW - National Association of Injured & Disabled Workers

Fifteen years ago today, the Supreme Court's landmark Olmstead ruling reaffirmed that people with disabilities have the right to live independently at home and in their communities. | www.NAIDW.org

  NASS Norwich: National Ankylosing Spondylitis Society - Norwich, Norfolk, England Branch


Netbuddy is full of handy tips and bright ideas from parents, carers, teachers and therapists with experience of learning disability and autism. It is a ‘by you, for you’ special needs resource, offering practical solutions to everyday issues – from brushing teeth to challenging behaviour.

 The National Organization on Disability

The Disability Employment Tracker™ is a confidential corporate self-assessment that delivers valuable benchmarking data and offers guidance and tools for companies to successfully welcome and support employees with disabilities and...

  About Us - The National Center for Learning Disabilities at NCLD.org



 Statistics on disabled children | NSPCC

There are significant gaps in our knowledge of disabled children and child protection.



Thank you for choosing to make a donation to the Newlife Foundation for Disabled Children. You may make donations using a Credit / Debit card or by Direct Debit. Click on the relevant button below to be taken to our secure payment section.

  Criptaedo: The Self-Defense Revolution - New Mobility


Criptaedo is a self-defense method designed for people with disabilities.



Self Help website for patients with functional symptoms / conversion disorder / dissociative symptoms including functional weakness, non-epileptic attacks, dissociative seizures, functional movement disorders and...

  Noonan syndrome

Noonan syndrome is a genetic multisystem disorder characterised by distinctive facial features, developmental delay, learning difficulties, short stature, congenital heart disease, renal anomalies, lymphatic malformations, and bleeding difficulties. Mutations that cause Noonan syndrome alter genes encoding proteins with roles in the RAS—MAPK pathway, leading to pathway dysregulation. Management guidelines have been developed. Several clinically relevant genotype—phenotype correlations aid risk assessment and patient management. Increased understanding of the pathophysiology of the disease could help development of pharmacogenetic treatments.

North West Community Services - Helping Shape Your Future


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  NOMID Alliance: Autoinflammatory Disease Information-Resources-Support


 The NOMID Alliance is a non-profit dedicated to increasing awareness, care and treatment for patients with Cryopyrin-Associated Periodic Syndromes, including: NOMID/CINCA, Muckle-Wells (MWS) Familial Cold Autoinflammatory Syndromes (FCAS)

 No More Panic | Support is just a click away

This site provides valuable information for sufferers and carers of people with Panic, Anxiety, Phobias and Obsessive Compulsive Disorders (OCD). Its purpose is to provide members with support, advice...



TREAT-NMD is a network for the neuromuscular field that provides an infrastructure to ensure that the most promising new therapies reach patients as quickly as possible. Since its launch in January 2007 the network's focus has been on the development of tools that industry, clinicians and scientists need to bring novel therapeutic approaches through preclinical development and into the clinic, and on establishing best-practice care for neuromuscular patients worldwide."

 NMO-UK | Rare Illness Research

As the lead for the national NMO service in the UK I am delighted at the launch of a charity for patients with NMO and for choosing to support our research.

 People With 'Invisible Disabilities' Fight For Understanding

In employment disability discrimination charges filed between 2005 and 2010, the most commonly cited disabilities were those not immediately obvious to others.