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Khaas seeks to promote the comprehensive needs of BAME disabled children, their carers and families.

Khaas is a unique organisation in the Southwest, which provides service to BAME children with disabilities and additional needs and their carers and families. Khaas remains the only charity in the region delivering services to improve the lives of BAME families. The organisation was founded in 1987, in response to research undertaken by Bristol Inner City Health project with Asian Community workers. The aim was to meet the specific needs of South Asian families who felt isolated by language and cultural barriers. Since 2014 we have updated our constitution to include the wider BAME community.

Khaas aims to:

1. Empower and enable children and young people with disabilities/ additional needs and their carers, to have access to relevant and appropriately designed community-based resources to improve their quality of life.

2. Promote the educational needs of BAME children with disabilities/ additional needs and their carers and to provide advice and information on a wide range of issues including health and social well-being, respite, and signposting to relevant services.

3. Provide a safe and stimulating environment in which their children and their siblings can play.


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