Funding towards the development and production of a set of digital and hardcopy information resources to empower young people with cystic fibrosis aged 12 to 16 to make a successful and healthy transition from paediatric to adult CF care.
To support Hamlet Charity in their work of providing a Lead Children’s and Families Practitioner who has continued to offer much needed support to parents of children with profound disabilities and complex health needs at the point of diagnosis or before they receive a diagnosis.
Funding towards the charity’s Music Therapy Service which offers vital pre- and post- bereavement support to child patients, child siblings and adult relatives and to provide palliative, supportive and end-of-life care.
To support children with a wide range of motor disabilities including, cerebral palsy, acquired brain injury and dyspraxia through Conductive Education classes attended weekly and in the school holidays.
To support the work of the Mousetrap Theatre during its programmes of Explore and Theatre Journey for children and young people who would not normally access theatre on account of their learning and medical issues.
Continuing support for the Mentoring Programme and Drawing and Talking Therapy, in support of children with a range of disabilities, including: ADHD, Autism, Learning Difficulties, Hyper Kinetic Disorder, Visual and Hearing impairments, Mobility difficulties and Global Developmental Delay.
To support the work of Richard House in their provision of a palliative care nurse for six weeks, who will provide specialist care for children with life-limiting illnesses from some of the most deprived boroughs in the UK.
The provision of a grant to help to fund the costs of operating SCT’s ‘Home from Home’ at the Royal Victoria Infirmary (RVI) in Newcastle upon Tyne, Crawford House, supporting some of the sickest children from across the North of England and their families
Funding towards the charity’s delivery of 4 Quiet Days during the school year that will benefit directly up to 500 children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities, by enabling them to be part of an educational visit to the museum.