We have searched the internet for some links which you may find useful, these are listed below for you to take a look at. 

Additional Needs provides information, activities and resources for teachers, pupils, parents and others who have an interest in additional needs 

AFASIC is the UK charity representing children and young adults with communication impairments, working for their inclusion in society and supporting their parents and carers.

Autism Independent UK is a Society for the Autistically Handicapped. The Society exists to increase awareness of autism, together with well established and newly developed approaches in the diagnosis, assessment, education and treatment. The main goal is to improve the quality of life for persons with Autism. 

Contact a Family is a UK charity helping children with special needs &/or disabilities. United Network is run by disabled parents, their allies and family members, disabled people who would like to be parents in the future and others who are already grandparents. They offer a telephone helpline, a support network across the country and a quarterly newsletter for members.

I CAN is the national educational charity for children with speech and language difficulties.

The BBC Parents' Music Room is a new web site that encourages all parents, irrespective of their own musical ability, to support their child's musical development at home from the very earliest stages. 

The National Children's BBC 

Home-Start UK is the UK's leading family support organisation for families with children in the 5+ age group. Home-Start volunteers provide emotional and practical support and friendship to families in their own homes. 
In doing so, they represent a lifeline for many families, when things are difficult. 

The National Family and Parenting Institute (NFPI) is an independent charity working to support parents in bringing up their children, to promote the well being of families and to make society more family friendly. 

One Plus One works for the well being of couples and their families