Reach - Association for Children with Upper Limb Deficiency

  Reach is here to provide information and to support the families and children...

Reach Local Branches

 Providing an opportunity for children and parents to get together...

Reaching Out

We appeal to all two handed people to pause to consider the effect on a child or young adult with one or no hands in a two handed society....

It's Ability not Disability that Matters

Reach Activity Week helps gain confidence and show children they are not alone - as well as having fun ...

Sue Stoke's Memorial Award 2014

Nominations for 2014 Award are now open until 31 March. Click for Nomination Form 

May Ball - 2 May 2015 Tickets Now Available 

May Ball 2015 Tickets £47.50 now Available. Contact Sian on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for details.

Family Weekend 2015 Booking Open

NEW Booking Procedure. Download Booking Form and read carefully.

Vision and Mission Statement

To be the leading children's charity providing support and information to those affected by upper limb difference.

To support Parents, Children and Young People who are affected by Upper Limb Deficiency

Aims:

Reaching out to:

Raise awareness of upper limb difference

Help children reach their potential

Families in need of support

Promote the interests and needs of children affected by limb difference

Ensure the charity is widely known and accessible

 

 It's Ability not Disability that Matters

 

 

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Latest News
  • 2013 has been a challenging, but successful year. At Reach, we are the only charity supporting children with an upper limb deficiency, offering services that make a difference to our members,...
  • Matt Howes, Record breaking global DJ who was so inspiring at the recent Family Weekend has today agreed to become an Ambassador for Reach. We are delighted to welcome him on board and are excited...
  • A Reach member Matthew Jenkins has had his first children's book published and sold on Amazon. The book called 'Chops' is about a child with a limb difference.

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