Frontline Families Sessions

Frontline Families is a partnership of organisations who work with families of disabled children and adults who have a range of support needs.


In the aftermath of the COVID19 pandemic, Frontline Families are providing events designed to meet the needs of families of disabled children and adults who have a range of support needs. See all events on our webpage.

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Who makes up the partnership?

Bringing Us Together brings families together to share stories, and holds regular Zoom chats to support one another and to keep families updated with information and resources. The organisation has active Facebook pages and a wide social media reach. It is also the co-founders of the Bloody Awesome Parent Awards.

Newbold Hope logo

Newbold Hope, also known as the SEND VCB Project, works with the families of children with any disability or additional need who, due to extremely high levels of anxiety, are also sometimes physically aggressive towards other people. Newbold Hope also works with the professional staff who support this group of children and their families. It was started by Yvonne Newbold in 2017, and offers practical suggestions of strategies, along with help and emotional support.

Pathways associates logo

Pathways Associates Community Interest Company is based in the North West with members across the UK, we are committed to supporting individuals take control of all aspects of their lives as described by the 12 pillars of independent living. Pathways operates as a social enterprise reinvesting surplus into supporting research and developments which promote our principles and enable us to support people who may be entitled to health and social care services and their families.

Challenging Behaviour Foundation logo

The Challenging Behaviour Foundation (CBF) is the only UK charity specifically focussed on the needs of children, young people and adults with severe learning disabilities whose behaviour challenges, and their families. The CBF makes a difference to the lives of people with severe learning disabilities and their families by:

  • Championing their rights
  • Ensuring timely information and support
  • Raising awareness and understanding
  • Promoting and sharing best practice

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