Sascha supports Scope, a charity that helps people with cerebral palsy, Hemihelp and HemiChat, charities for young people with hemiplegia and Megan Baker House, a charity which provides educaiton for those in need.


Scope believes disabled people should have the same opportunities as everyone else. Scope runs services and campaigns with disabled people to make this happen. As a charity with expertise in complex support needs and cerebral palsy, Scope never set limits on potential.


Hemiplegia is a neurological condition that weakens one side of the body and affects one child in a thousand. It is sometimes described as a form of Cerebral Palsy and the effects are similar to those of a stroke. HemiHelp is a small national membership organisation offering information and support to children and their families affected by hemiplegia. The services that they offer include a helpline, conferences for parents and medical professionals, activity days for children, music, drama and creative movement workshops, a home visiting service and the production of a wide range of information and advice leaflets, as well as a popular quarterly magazine.


Hemi Chat is a parent led UK Charity built on support relating to babies, children and young adults living with Hemiplegia. Hemi Chat's mission, passion and primary ambition is to unite families affected by Hemiplegia, enabling them to share support, information and life experiences thus allowing all children with Hemiplegia to know they are not alone in their life journey. We will make pathways within the health service and medical professions to ensure each new diagnosis of Hemiplegia is dealt with in a highly informative manner and are advised on the support service Hemi Chat can offer.

Megan Baker House

Megan Baker House is a charity providing FREE Conductive Education Services at its centre in Herefordshire for children, teenagers and adults with special educational needs and physical disabilities such as cerebral palsy, head injury, stroke, dyspraxia and early on-set Parkinson's disease.

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