SEND Discounts

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At a glance
1) max card2) National Trust3) English Heritage
4) Disabled Persons Rail Card5) CEA Card (cinema)6) carerSmart7) discounts for carers8) DID (Disabled ID)

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NYPACT.org.ukTel: 01904 704177www.mymaxcard.co.uk

If you live in North Yorkshire you can get a free Max Card by becoming a member of NYPACT. Give them a call for more information

Max Card is a discount initiative designed to make days out more affordable for foster children & children with SEND (aged 0-25 years).

70,000 households use their Max Card to gain discount into 3,000 venues nationwide.

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National Trustwww.nationaltrust.org.uk

National Trust – Access For Everyone

Making it easy for disabled visitors to enjoy the places we care for.

For more information see www.nationaltrust.org.uk/features/access-for-everyone

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English Heritagewww.english-heritage.org.uk

We take equality very seriously, and provide free site access for assisting companions of a disabled Member or visitor. We recognise these companions are key to making access possible, as well as creating an enriched and memorable experience.

We don’t ask for any proof of disability, and the companion doesn’t have to be a registered carer, nor do they have to be the same person each time you visit.

If you’d like a letter of authority giving your assisting companions free access, please contact us on 0370 333 1182.

To help plan your visits to our sites, please refer to the facilities and access arrangements under each property.

For more information see www.english-heritage.org.uk/about-us/contact-us/membership-faqs

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Disabled Persons Railcard OfficePO Box 6613ArbroathDD11 9ANTel: 0345 605 0525disability@raildeliverygroup.comwww.disabledpersons-railcard.co.uk

A Disabled Persons Railcard costs £20 per year and get the holder 1/3 off Standard and First Class, Anytime, Off-Peak and Advance fares for you and a friend

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CEA CardPO Box 199DeesideCH5 9BWTel: 01244 526 016info@ceacard.co.ukwww.ceacard.co.uk

The Card enables a disabled cinema guest to receive a complimentary ticket for someone to go with them when they visit a participating cinema.

The Card is also one way for cinemas to make sure they look after their disabled guests. If you require an adjustment to visit a cinema because of your disability, cinema staff should make them for you whether you have a CEA Card or not.

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Carers Smartwww.carersmart.org

CarerSmart is a club from Carers Trust, the UK’s largest carers charity, and is open to carers, people with care needs and staff and volunteers across the Carers Trust network.

Joining is easy and free, once you’re a member, you can benefit from a wide range of offers

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Discounts For Carerswww.discountsforcarers.com

Discounts for Carers whether you’re paid, unpaid, volunteering or retired

We have a huge range of money saving deals and vouchers, from mouth watering restaurant vouchers, discount holidays, money off fashion fixes through to deals on gym membership, mobile phones, and utilities. Your hard work should be rewarded. We’re here to make sure you are.

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DID Card Ltd,PO BOX 1072,Ipswich,SuffolkIP1 9ANwww.did-card.co.uk

Providing a unique disability initiative improving the lives of disabled people. Producing a much needed single recognised National Identification (DID) Card for all disabled people. This new style ID card is easy and simple and just one card!

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