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  • ACT - Provides information to families and professionals involved in palliative care for children with life-threatening or terminal conditions.
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  • Avon Longitudinal Study of Children and Parents - Details of a Bristol based study into child health and development, including publications and presentations.
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  • British Institute for Brain Injured Children - Registered charity encouraging home-based therapy to help children variously diagnosed as having autism, autistic tendencies and brain damage.
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  • Children First and Always - Information about general health, and staying in hospital, aimed at various ages. Written by GOSH Trust.
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  • CLIC Sargent - Charity caring for children with cancer providing support for families at home and in hospital from the day of diagnosis. News, events, publications and donation page.
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  • General Practice Notebook - Paediatric - Clinical reference guide, aimed at health care professionals. Includes paediatrics by system, diseases and conditions, and emergencies.
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  • Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity - Provides details of events, latest news, and ideas for getting involved. Includes a section for kids and teens.
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  • The Lullaby Trust - Promotes expert advice on safer baby sleep and provides special support for bereaved families.
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  • New Life Foundation - Charitable organisation caring for disabled and terminally ill children. Provides equipment to help individual children, nurse led support services, medical research funding, awareness and campaigning.
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  • Patient UK: Information Leaflets - Child Health - Offers basic details about a variety of conditions, includes references.
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  • South West Child Protection Procedures - Jargon-free and interactive guide for all professionals working with children and young people in the South West of England.
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  • Whizz-Kidz : The Movement for Non-Mobile Children - Charity helping disabled children throughout the UK, by providing mobility aids, training and advice. Includes a kid's zone.
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