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We are a ' by parents for parents' registered charity. Our support services are designed to provide comprehensive and holistic assistance to families. We equip families with the necessary information and guidance to help them overcome any barriers they may face.
From cost-of-living support to social activities, our team - who have lived experience of these barriers - strive to create a welcoming and supportive environment that fosters growth and development.

Our vision

Our vision is that parent carers, children and young people with specific educational needs and disabilities can fulfil their potential.

Our mission

We help improve the quality of life for families in Southend and Essex where a child has been identified or is suspected of having specific educational needs and/or disabilities.

Our objectives

Provide support services, assistance, information, activities, and training programs to parents/carers of neurodivergent and disabled children and young people.
The relief of financial hardship for parents/carers of neurodivergent and disabled children and young people.
To provide opportunities for respite for parents/carers of neurodivergent and disabled children and young people.
To promote social inclusion by providing services and positive activities for neurodivergent and disabled children and young people.
To raise awareness and to promote the inclusion and acceptance of neurodivergent and disabled children and young people.
For the advancement of innovative and early interventions which promote the health and well-being of neurodivergent and disabled children and young people and their families.

About Us

SEND the Right Message Charity is a ‘by parents and for parents’ charity supporting families with children and young people with specific educational needs or disabilities (SEND) in Southend, Castle Point & Rochford Districts.

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Access our Membership Zone, which contains resources and a booking system for our exclusive events and support services.

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As a not-for-profit organisation, we do not receive any statutory funding from Local Authorities or the NHS. We rely heavily on donations and the time-consuming grant funding process. Please find out how you can support us so we can help you.
We are a ' by parents for parents' registered charity. Our goal is to improve the lives of families in Southend, Castle Point and Rochford districts where a child has been identified or suspected as having specific educational needs and/or disabilities by providing support services and training.
• Awareness & Acceptance
• Overcoming barriers
• Positive activities
• Advocacy & Support
• Co-production

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