Parents Of Disabled Children
Parents of disabled children sometimes don’t know where to start looking for expert advice on caring for a child with disabilities. That’s why we at Chiltern Centre offer an invaluable source of free information and guidance for parents, carers, children, young people and professionals.
As a disabled children’s charity, we value every child – celebrate young people as individuals first. Promoting choice, positive self-image and individual identity is at the heart of everything we do here.
From providing a safe, secure, stimulating and nurturing environment where young people can relax and have fun, to giving children the opportunity to develop key life skills, we walk alongside parents every step of the way.
Here at the Chiltern Centre, we support parents of disabled children through the tough times as well as the good. We find the time and strength to help carers face major life changes, uncover clear pathways through uncertainty and make sure we’re there to face those unexpected challenges.
Long-term, we aim to give children and young people the chance to learn social and life skills to integrate within the community, improve their self-esteem and help them lead more independent lives.
That’s why we develop and implement appropriate care packages in consultation with the child/young person, parents/carers and other relevant parties. Though meeting everyone’s needs isn’t always easy, we find ways to overcome problems together.
Consequently, we are happy to meet any family who would like to find out more about our disability services.
Please get in touch to make an appointment to visit, or you are welcome to call 01491 575575 for a chat if easier for you.