eHow familiy is a platform for parents of disabled children. Many need information on a variety of topics, yet can't spend hours on Internet research. This easy-to-use directory has provided parents with information on more than 300 diagnoses, support groups, research and special education and more.
Working Families is a campaigning charity which helps children, working parents and carers and their employers benefit from a better balance between home and work. To this end they lobby government, work with the media and advise parents and employers alike on current law, rights and best practice. This site also offers sources of information and helpful advice.
The Parent Empowerment Network is an E-mail community of parents with disabilities, people with disabilities who hope someday to become parents, and (where applicable) nondisabled partners of parents with disabilities. It is a means of connecting with other parents, through an electronic mail listserver, on issues such as accessible independent parenting, societal attitudes toward parents with disabilities, pregnancy, childbirth, and reproductive health issues such as general issues of child care and child rearing.
DPPI (Disability, Pregnancy & Parenthood International) is a small England based registered charity, controlled by disabled parents, which promotes better awareness and support for disabled people during pregnancy and as parents. You get help from disabled people who are already parents and those who wish to become parents, health and social work professionals such as other individuals and organizations concerned with disability and/or pregnancy and parenting.