We often supply the Major Elite pushchair to families on behalf of Charities, in particular:
Easy to use online resource to either find a charity – a charity based in your area, or a charity with a special interest relevant to you – or to donate money.
Organises subsidised group holidays for physically disabled children and adults and in parallel afford a period of respite for their regular carers.
ACT provides grants to individuals and other charities, principally in the UK, with the aim of enhancing the quality of life for people in need, particularly those who have a physical or mental disability or the aged.
Action For Kids (AFK) is a national charity working with children and young people with physical and learning disabilities and their parents and carers. We help to transform young lives by removing the barriers to independence.
A charity specialising in Computer Technology to help disabled people.
Free impartial advice and support on computer related Assistive Technology to disabled people and those who care for them on an individual basis or group training sessions.
The Bath Institute of Medical Engineering is a design and development charity in medical engineering; working with users and medical professionals to solve problems of disability and healthcare with practical technology.
Our mission is to enrich the lives of children who are disadvantaged through poverty, disability and terminal illness.
Charity dedicated to achieving the potential of children with Developmental Delay. Providing support for Parents, Schools and Health Professionals.
Accessible outdoor activity breaks and courses for people with disabilities, together with their families and friends.
Caudwell Children is a national charity for sick and disabled children across the UK. It provides specialist equipment, treatment and therapies as well as our Destinations Dreams holiday for children (and their family) fighting life threatening conditions.
Cerebra funds ground-breaking research into brain injury and neurological disorders, supports parents with information or services, and offers grants to help improve the quality of life of children with neurological conditions.
Children’s Hope Foundation is a young growing charity whose aim is to improve the quality of life for children and young people affected by illness, disability or poverty by meeting, within our power, their social and medical needs.
Children Today is a National Charity, working at a Local level to provide grants for vital, life-changing equipment for children and young people with sickness or disabilities, across the UK
The UK’s leading charity for children with brain injury working with children and young people from across the UK, both from their specialist centre in Tadworth, Surrey and in communities around the country.
Contact a Family is the only UK charity providing support and advice to parents of children in the UK who are born or diagnosed with a serious disability.
If you are new to this, then this is a good place to start.
Promotes collaborative work between different organisations providing services and support for children and young people with disabilities and special educational needs.
Helping Children with Disabilities. Providing respite breaks, specialist equipment and support to families for children with disabilities.
DEMAND provides specially designed equipment for people with disabilities where no other equipment exists.
FREE & easy-to-use website designed to make buying and selling second-hand disability equipment painless.
Based in Greater Manchester, Disabled Living has given an invaluable service to disabled people of all ages for over 108 years. They offer a comprehensive range of services to improve the quality of life of disabled people, their families and carers.
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A national UK Charity it is our vision to provide the best possible choice for people who use equipment to live a more independent life.
Charity providing a range of services have including purpose-built accommodation, community-based housing, respite care, education, community enabling and rehabilitation.
EDC gives help to local disabled children who live or are educated in the Guildford area or are under the care of the Royal Surrey County Hospital Children’s Unit. We provide equipment to disabled children to make their lives as full as possible.
Run almost entirely by volunteers. ELIFAR aims to help improve the quality of life mainly of profoundly disabled children and young adults, whether living at home or in residential care.
Parents supporting parents of disabled children, the one-to-one befriending service for parents of disabled children.
Our purpose is to ease the stress on families in the UK who care for severely disabled children under 16, by providing grants and information related to the care of the child
A not-for-profit organisation which helps parents and carers of a child with special needs of any kind to find simple, affordable solutions to practical problems.
We offer a free product search service to locate toys, clothing, developmental aids and other items which may stimulate the child’s development or give relief to the carer.
A website to help disabled children and their families.
National charity which gives disabled children and young people – up to the age of 26 yrs – the wonderful opportunity of participating in sport.
Cloud 9 sends seriously ill and physically handicapped children on the holiday of a lifetime
The Hadland Foundation is a charity formed by the Hadland Care Group to help families in need across Somerset, Dorset and Hampshire. The charity acts to relieve the needs of individuals in the community who by reason of their age, infirmity or disablement, financial hardship or social and economic circumstances, cannot independently achieve emotional stability or a quality of life.
Provides grants to people of all ages who have a physical or learning disability and need financial help to improve quality of life at home.
The IRSC web site is dedicated to communicating information relating to the needs of children with disABILITIES on a global basis.
Most parents place their children’s safety as a top priority as a rule. But for parents of autistic kids, the reality is that it can be even more difficult to keep your children safe from themselves and others simply because of the nature of their disorder.
However, parents of autistic children should not live in constant fear: there are tips parents and are givers of autistic kids can follow to make sure they stay safe.
National charity promoting play for disabled children.
A worldwide resource that provides children with special needs, families and other caregivers with access to comprehensive information and resources.
Kids in Action is a charity providing sporting and social activities, day trips and holidays for children, young people and young adults with disabilities and special needs . Providing subsidised caravan holidays and outreach activities in other areas.
The UK’s first and only National Charity to provide support and at home care to families with babies and children under the age of 5 diagnosed with acquired or Congenital Heart Defects (CHD) OR feeding difficulties.
Lifeline 4 Kids (formerly The Handicapped Children’s Aid Committee)
Formed for one purpose – to provide essential equipment to help improve the quality of life for children with disabilities and special needs irrespective of their race or creed.
Funds research to improve diagnosis and increase treatment options, and ultimately find a cure for children with Mitochondrial Disease. Raises much-needed awareness of these conditions both in the general population and the medical community. Supports families affected by this condition
The Link foundation is a Maidenhead based children’s charity committed to improving the lives of children and their families in the local community and surrounding areas
Grant magical wishes to enrich the lives of children and young people fighting life-threatening conditions.
Helps children with a wide range of adverse medical conditions including Leukaemia, Cerebral Palsy, the Deaf and Blind, Terminal Illnesses, and all other life hindering conditions.
MIRACLES is a British-based charity with a worldwide reputation. Born of a graveside hug between a Muslim and a Christian at the height of the Bosnian war, many a miracle has been achieved over the years since MIRACLES came into being.
MIRACLES VISION is to create little MIRACLES for those who really need them.
Our mission statement is “to initiate self-sustaining projects to enhance the quality of life of wheelchair users”
Muir Maxwell Trust
The Trust’s remit is to provide practical support to children and their families coping with severe epilepsy and to increase awareness and understanding of epilepsy and help remove the stigma associated with the condition.
Excellent resource for information and advice plus a very active forum.
Their aim was to encourage a better understanding of autism and to pioneer specialist services for people with autism and those who care for them.
The UK’s leading Child Health and Research Charity, formerly focussing on conditions arising from birth defects but now with a wider scope to help all disabled and terminally ill children
Funding vital medical research to understand, prevent, combat and treat inborn conditions. Dedicated nurse service to comfort, inform and support families and those at risk. Providing grants to affected families, funding vital equipment and assistance support. Campaigning to raise the level of awareness helping people to act, prior to pregnancy, to reduce the risks.
Free equipment service finding new homes for used disability equipment.
A complete listing of all of the NHS Wheelchair Services in the country !
Raises money for the relief of sickness or disability amongst children and young people, and for the provision of respite support and care for the members of their families in the Surrey and Hampshire area.
Provides support and relief for individuals who are under the care of Sheffield Children’s Hospital Paediatric Oncology & Haematology Unit.
PACT is one of the UK’s leading independent adoption agencies, placing children with secure and loving families and supporting them with specialist therapeutic support.
Forum for parents of children with a disability, lots of information and advice.
A charity providing specialist services for disabled people in the North East of England, The Percy Hedley Foundation promotes the rights, needs and aspirations of disabled children and adults through specialist, high quality services.
PhysCap is a charity dedicated to improving the quality of life for children suffering from severe physical disabilities, by purchasing specialised and therapeutic equipment.
has been at the forefront of disability information dissemination. It aims to make high quality, impartial and independent information available to inquirers across the UK.
The Royal Association for Disability and Rehabilitation is a national organisation of and for disabled people.
Rapid Effective Assistance for Children with Potentially Terminal Illness, giving depth to short lives.
Offers practical assistance to children and families in three areas: neurology, haematology and literacy. Provides a programme of grant-giving to charities, hospitals, and individuals.
Provides specialist support from before birth and throughout the life of anyone living with spina bifida and/or hydrocephalus, as well as to parents, families, carers and professional care staff. Shine enables people to get the best out of life.
A disability organisation in England and Wales whose focus is people with cerebral palsy. Scope’s aim is that disabled people achieve equality.
Sky Badger finds help and adventure for disabled children and their families in the UK. Find sports, grants, help at school, sibling groups, holidays, free stuff and so much more !
Families who have children and young people with special needs often deal with similar challenges. They may have concerns about education, services, therapies, respite and other issues directly related to their child. Special Kids in the UK aim is to bring families together for friendship, to share information and to support one another.
Help alleviate the pain, suffering and financial burden of families who have children suffering from brittle bone disease, bone cancer, scoliosis, arthritis, and all other serious conditions of the bone.
Information Directory and shopping site to help parents and carers of children with special needs.
National charity supporting children and adults affected by a lower limb condition.
Online community for parents and carers of children with autism and others to talk about how autism impacts on their lives. It’s a great place to share your story, get support and help other people to understand more about autism.
The Tree of Hope offers hope to the families of sick children in the UK who need specialist medical surgery treatment, therapy and equipment in order to free them from suffering, giving a better quality to their young lives.
Provides education, therapy, care and independence training for young people with disabilities. We aim to provide each individual with the support, confidence and skills to achieve the best in all aspects of their life.
Helping wheelchair using children get mobile.
National children’s charity with a very simple goal – to give disabled children independent mobility.
By providing customised wheelchairs, tricycles and other specialised mobility equipment, Whizz-Kidz improves the quality of life of disabled children across the UK and literally lets children be children.
Aims to grant a wish and bring a sparkle into the lives of terminally or seriously ill children in Essex. A charity with no overheads or administration costs, so every penny that is raised goes towards helping very special children.
Founded and run by Gail O’Shea, winner of the Compassionate Tesco Mum of the Year 2015.
Youreable is the one-stop Internet site for disabled people,their carers, family and friends
Active Design manufacture a range of postural management products, including the CAPS II seat.
US resource for special disability equipment, it’s surprising what is available including a large range of specialist pushchairs – but you would probably have to import it yourself.
Specialist range of cycles and tricycles enabling children and adults with many different levels of physical and cognitive ability to participate in cycling alongside their peers, promoting fitness, fun and inclusion.
Manufacturers of specialist wheelchair and car seat harnesses for the disabled.
Suppliers of the Delta all terrain pushchair and Hippocamp beach models.
The place to buy and sell spare disability equipment.
Hip-Pose manufacture an award-winning range of clothing for babies and toddlers being treated for hip dysplasia (DDH). Hip-Pose clothes have been designed with the help of NHS staff treating DDH and approved by the International Hip Dysplasia Institute. They are safe to wear during treatment and allow the hip harness to do it’s job.
Weighted therapy is becoming widely recommended in the UK by Paediatricians and Occupational Therapists who work with children, adolescents and adults with Autism, Asperger’s Syndrome, ADHD, Downs syndrome, Sensory Processing Disorder and many other conditions.
Hand made, custom weighted blankets at very competitive prices, without compromising the quality.
Functional and fun bodysuit designed for children with special needs, including garments for children who are tube fed.
Manufacturers of supportive seats, and many other things, for children and adults with special needs.
Re-usable micro bead vacuum formed seat inserts for pushchairs, including the Maclaren Major Elite. Creates a custom seat for a child who needs more support. Converts a standard pushchair into something more specialist.
Suppliers of specialised bicycle trailers which can be converted to pushchairs with the potential for transporting TWO older/larger children.