Carers Direct – A national information, advice and support service for carers in England. Available online and as a free, confidential helpline seven days a week on 0808 802 0202, it provides accurate, relevant information for carers and those who support them.
ChildcareLink – A government service that provides information and advice on childcare.
Children First For Health – Online guide to health and hospital life for young people, children and families with advice from Great Ormond Street Hospital.
Corience – Accessible, easy to understand, interactive and full of information, Corience addresses patients, parents,doctors and scientists alike.Corience is a website dedicated to congenital heart defects (CoHD). Patients and relatives can access Corience for in-depth information and useful tips on how to make life with CoHD easier.
Congenital Heart Disease Website – A website that sets out to give the parents and carers of children with congenital heart disease information to help them make important decisions about treatment.
Contact a Family – Detailed information and advice for families with disabled children.
Directgov – A government site bringing together the widest range of public service information and services online.
Ebstein’s Anomaly – A website providing information, research and parental support on the heart condition Ebsteins Anomaly.
Every Disabled Child Matters (EDCM) – EDCM is a campaign for disabled children and their families to have the right to the services and support they need to live ordinary lives.
Gransnet – The new social networking site from Mumsnet for the UK’s 14 million grandparents. Includes an approachable health guide.
Canadian Adult Congenital Heart Network – The CACH Network was created to pool the knowledge and experience of congenital heart disease professionals in Canada to help strengthen their skills and knowledge of the discipline.
Canadian Congenital Heart Alliance – A registered charitable organization made up of patients with a congenital heart defect, their friends, families, and the medical community.