The Aidis Trust works with many other organisations, both national and local, which have similar aims to ourselves. We work closely with them to ensure that the best support is provided to those that that need it. Each organisation we work with offers its own areas of expertise and advice which gives people the confidence to move forward in their lives.
We have listed below some of the brilliant national organisations we have worked with:
- 1Voice - Organise events for AAC users in an effort to help them socialise.
- Action For Blind - Enables blind and partially sighted people to transform their lives through work, housing, leisure and support. They offer a wide range of services to visually impaired people, their families, advocates, professionals and the general public.
- Age UK - Age UK is the UK's largest organisation working with and for older people.
- ASBAH - A national organisation providing information and advice about spina bifida and hydrocephalus to individuals, families and carers.
- Aspire - Aspire works with people with spinal cord injury to create opportunity, choice and independence for disabled people in society.
- AT Society - The AT Society's objective is to find a cure or treatment for A-T (Ataxia-Telangiectasia). The AT Society help and support families affected by the condition through their two specialist A-T clinics.
- BBC CIN - Pudsey and Co - Helping hundreds of children and charities across the UK in areas of need, including homelessness, bullying and sexual abuse.
- BEAMA - Helping disabled people whether individually or collectively through the provision of specialised equipment or apparatus.
- Blind in Business - Gives young visually impaired graduates the confidence and practical help they need to achieve professional careers and offers employers the confidence and knowledge they need to employ visually impaired graduates. They do all these things with the latest computer technology.
- British Polio Fellowship - Provides a wide range of information and advice on your rights, housing issues, equipment, Self-Management courses and the late effects of polio/post polio syndrome.
- Brittle Bone Society - Aims to promote research into the brittle bones diseases and to provide practical support, advice and encouragement to people with brittle bone diseases and their relatives.
- Cerebra - Cerebra works to ensure that up-to-date, evidence-based knowledge is available and applied for the prevention of brain damage and for proven treatments. In addition to the programme of research carried out at UK hospitals, universities and Cerebra's centre, we co-ordinate a 'Parent Support' department providing support, information and research. We also organise a wide range of training seminars, workshops and projects for parents, professionals and children themselves. Cerebra also offer a small grant scheme to offer direct and practical assistance to improve the quality of life of children and young people affected by neurological conditions.
- Children Today - Works to provide independence and quality of life through the funding of specialised equipment for children and young people with sickness or disabilities.
- Chill4UsCarers - Chill4UsCarers is an indepedent non profit voluntary organisation run for carers by carers. They offer emotional support and campaign for a computer/laptop for carers and those who support them.
- Contact the Elderly - Contact the Elderly is the only charity solely dedicated to tackling loneliness and social isolation among older people.
- Dreams Come True - Dreams Come True Charity makes the treasured dreams of terminally ill children come true.
- Family Fund - Aims to support, advise and possibly help with funds for families with severely disabled children.
- Help a Capital Child - Help a Capital Child, was set up in 1975 to help disadvantaged young people in local areas. They support children and young peopl affected by abuse, homelessness, disability, poverty and illness.
- The Muscular Dystrophy Campaign - The only UK charity focusing on all muscular dystrophies and related disorders.
- MS Society - The UK's largest charity for people affected by Multiple Sclerosis. They provide information and support to people who are affected by multiple sclerosis.
- Radar - The UK's largest disability campaigning organisation with over 900 memberships. Their mission is to enable individuals, networks and policy-makers to do things differently.
- React - Aims to support the families of children with life-limiting illness.
- Scope - Scope is a disability organisation in England and Wales whose focus is people with cerebral palsy. Scope's aim is that disabled people achieve equality: a society in which they are as valued and have the same human and civil rights as everyone else.
- Stars Foundation for Cerebral Palsy - Formerly known as SOS, the charity's aim is to promote awareness of the condition, as well as raise funds to support those with cerebral palsy, in addition to their families and carers.
- Stroke Association - The only national charity solely concerned with combating stroke in people of all ages.