Here are some links to organisations that, in addition to the Foundation, can provide you with help and support relating to bereavement or the after effects associated with meningitis and septicaemia.
Free, confidential service enabling people in the UK to find a nutritionist close to them appropriate for their needs.
Pain Association of Scotland
Operates a network of self-management training groups, education and peer support for people with any chronic painful condition. Scotland only.
Publishes booklets intended to help sufferers of chronic pain, how to help and treatment at pain management clinics.
Provides advice, support and training for children 14-19 year olds with special educational needs. UK wide.
Provides support and advice for children with hand or arm deficiencies, and their parents. UK wide.
Retired engineers use their expertise to make one off technical aids, free of charge, to help disabled people of all ages. UK wide.
Information, support and advice for anyone with a serious sight problem. UK wide.
RNID Information Line
Information service for deaf and hard of hearing people, their carers, families and professionals. UK wide.
RNID Tinnitus Helpline
Information for people with tinnitus, their families and friends. Information on tinnitus clinics and self-help groups. UK wide.
Rosie Crane Trust
The Rosie Crane Trust supports bereaved parents through their grief after the loss of a son or daughter of any age and offer the following services:
The Rosie Crane Trust