Caudwell Children

Caudwell Children provides equipment, therapy and services to children living in the UK, who are 18 years and younger and have a chronic illness or disability. 

See 'Who is eligible?' for a list of the items and services that the charity may consider funding.

Last updated on 30 October 2018

Who is eligible?

Please only apply if you meet the eligibility criteria and your need falls into the list of items the charity funds.

Children and young people under 18 with a disability or serious illness who live in the UK

Parents'/Guardians' wages or salary (not including benefits) must be under £45,000 gross per annum.

PLEASE NOTE: The Charity only funds items listed below.

Specialised equipment

  • Power chairs
  • Specialised buggies and rain covers
  • Therapy tricycles
  • Sensory equipment
  • Specialised car seats and harnesses

Therapies for cerebral palsy and acquired brain injury (STEP Programme)

  • Conductive Education
  • Therapy at Advance (The Scotson Technique)
  • Therapy at the Cerebral Palsy Physiotherapy Centre (CPPC).

Therapies for Autism (ACT Programme)

  • Dietary/nutritional therapy
  • Auditory Integration Training
  • ABA Therapy
  • Therapy at Advance (Scotson Technique)

Treatment/surgery not available in the UK

  • Treatment/surgery where there is expertise abroad

Destination Dreams

Enable Sport

  • Sports equipment to enable disabled children/young people to take part in competitive sport

Family Support

  • Regional family services to provide early and emergency intervention at birth, diagnosis or crisis times to prevent family breakdown
  • Hospital Support
  • Short Breaks.

How to apply?

You can download an application form from the Caudwell Children website or call the charity on 0345 300 1348.

Contact details

Caudwell Children Caudwell,
International Children's Centre, Innovation Way
Keele Science & Innovation Park
Newcastle-under-Lyme
ST5 5NT
Telephone: 0345 300 1348
Email: charity@caudwellchildren.com
Web: http://www.caudwellchildren.com

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