Information & support Support for you Learning & education Education resources & toolkit If you're struggling and need support, our DEBRA EB Community Support Team are here to help during office hours. Please phone DEBRA Membership and Community Support on 01344 771961 and select Option 1. Downloadable resources DEBRA – information about EB (leaflets for schools) EB Simplex (EBS) Kindler EB (KEB) Mild dystrophic EB (DEB) Recessive Dystrophic EB (RDEB) What is EB? infographic Additional downloads Epidermolysis Bullosa: A Guide for Parents, Schools and Playgroups Living with EB: The Educational Journey Recommendations for Children with EB in Schools Clinical Practice Guidelines for EB Templates & examples EHC template - appeal or re-assessment EHC template - requesting assessment IHCP example 1 - Sarah's IHCP (using a template) IHCP example 2 - David's IHCP (free text version) IHCP template - your school may have their own preferred version Tools for catching up whilst absent from school Maths Whizz Reading Eggs Clicker (for writing) Sounds Write (for phonics) More resources are also available on our Learn Something New page (created for Things to do whilst staying at home) Relevant agencies Contact – for families with disabled children Disability Rights UK – charity with a focus of supporting disabled people IPSEA – independent provider of special education advice Irwin Mitchell Solicitors – factsheets and template letters Motability – providing support for disabled people SCOPE – disability charity Turn2us – financial support charity for people living in the UK UCAS – universities and colleges admissions service Helplines and phone support services If you are in need of urgent support you can contact: The Samaritans on 116 123 (freephone) Childline on 0800 11 11 NHS NHS 111 Service – call 111 when it’s less urgent than a 999 call but you need healthcare information In an emergency go to your local Accident & Emergency (A&E) department or call 999 for an ambulance. Additional support by phone The following are some additional resources that you can contact by phone: The Mix - 0808 808 4994 (freephone; 13:00-23:00 daily) Changing Faces (support information & advice) - 0300 012 0275 or [email protected] Student Space - 0808 189 5260 (free, confidential advice line) or text ‘STUDENT’ to 85258 Bullying can be considered a hate crime. To learn more about reporting bullying as a hate crime, please visit the Stop Disability Hate Crime page by Disability Rights UK.