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DPPi is an organisation working with disabled parents.
DPPi offers a UK information service for parents and professionals on many aspects of disability in parents and the best practice for looking after children.
The service provides reference materials, practical information and shared experiences.
The DPPi also offers research and equipment reviews through their published journal. The journal contains personal experiences, research, publication and equipment reviews.
DPPi has covered a number of safety issues in the journal including:
• creating a safe play area
• accessible safety equipment
• getting out and about with your child
• Bottle feeding tips
• Successful breastfeeding when your disabled
• Kids talk; helping children come to terms with disability in parents
To find out more you can go to the DPPi web site click here
Or watch this space where we will bring you regular safety issues relating to disabled parents.
To contact DPPi:
Write to: DPPi, National Centre for Disabled Parents, Unit F9, 89-93 Fonthill Road, London, N4 3JH.
Freephone: 0800 018 4730
Textphone: 0800 018 9949
Fax: 020 7263 6399
Email: [email protected]
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