Give It Back


There is a £434 million funding gap in children’s social care. That means that, every day, disabled children are missing out on £1.2 million of support from authorities.

This is preventing disabled children living their best lives and is driving their families into the ground – incurring greater costs for health and social care in the long-term.

Disabled children are missing out on the funding they need.

We are calling on the Government to Give It Back.

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Sign up to ask the Chancellor to increase funding for care for disabled children.

Find out more about our Give It Back campaign in partnership with the Sun newspaper.

We believe that disabled children and their families should have the same opportunities as everyone else. Read our “Three Pillars” to help ensure health and social care services work for disabled children and their families.

Read families’ stories here.

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Raising awareness

The Disabled Children’s Partnership wants to open the eyes of the public and improve the understanding of the challenges faced by families on a day-to-day basis.

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Improving understanding

We want to remove the barriers to people being able to relate to the lives of disabled children, creating greater understanding, affinity and empathy for them and their families.

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Campaigning for change

We need to do this because without awareness and understanding, we cannot achieve real change. But, with increased awareness and public support we can make a real difference and provide disabled children, young people and their families access to the services they are entitled to, when they need them.

Sign up now to support the campaign.

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