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Choosing Nursery Education in Wandsworth

Apply now for free nursery place All children are entitled to a free, good quality, part-time nursery place from the September, January or April following their third birthday. Choosing Early Education and Childcare in Wandsworth includes information on free places in the state, voluntary and…

Parental substance misuse - newsletters and information for practitioners

If you are working with any parents who are experiencing drug or alcohol misuse then please consider making a referral to Fiona Dagger, Parental Substance Misuse Worker based in Wandsworth Town Hall. E: fdagger@wandsworth.gov.uk  T: 020 8871 7885 Spring 2015 Newsletter

Immunisation - Two short films from the NHS

Every child should be protected from infectious diseases. For some diseases this is simple, all they need is a vaccination. Watch the two short films below to find out more about vaccinations. <iframe src='//players.brightcove.net/79855382001/af5d097e-7fd6-4b69-bc79-e0e63873289a_default/index.html?videoId=683552579001' allowfullscreen frameborder=0></iframe>   <iframe src='//players.brightcove.net/79855382001/af5d097e-7fd6-4b69-bc79-e0e63873289a_default/index.html?videoId=683552580001' allowfullscreen frameborder=0></iframe>  For more information and leaflets, please click on the useful…

Speech and Language Drop-In Advice Sessions

The Speech and Language Therapy Service provide drop-in advice sessions across the Borough.Sessions are mainly for families who would like advice or who have any concerns about their child's speech or language development.For more information and leaflets, please see the documents under 'Downloads'. Telephone: 07760 396…

The Wandsworth Clinical Commissioning Group

The Wandsworth Clinical Commissioning Group is a group of GP’s who are responsible for designing local health services. Wandsworth Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is responsible for planning, commissioning or ‘buying’ and monitoring health services for the people who live in the borough, including: Rehabilitation care…

Youth Clubs

Youth Clubs provide a place where young people can go to learn, have fun and relax. They are for children and young people aged 11-19 years old or up to 25 years old for young people with disabilities or special needs. At the Youth Club young people…

Early Help Practitioners' Hub

The Early Help Hub is a resource for practitioners working with children and families to find services that can help to support these families. "It is important that children receive the right help at the right time.  For that to happen, everyone who comes in contact…

Early Help Assessment (EHA)

What is the Early Help Assessment? The Early Help Assessment (EHA) has been developed from the Signs of Safety and Well Being methodology.  The practitioners work with a parent(s) or young person to gather information and build a picture of what is currently happening, including…

What if my child needs extra help at school or has Special Educational Needs (SEN)?

If you think your child or young person may have a special educational need that has not been identified by their school or nursery, you should talk to your child’s teacher first, or ask to see the Special Educational Needs Co-Ordinator (SENCO) or Headteacher.  The SENCO…

Autism, Autistic Spectrum Disorder or Condition, Asperger's Syndrome, Atypical Autism, Social Communication Difficulty, Pervasive Developmental Disorders

Whatever your, or your child's exact diagnosis, there are several sources of support in Wandsworth. There are as many different forms of these conditions as there are people with them, so no single list or leaflet will be able to show you everything. Things also change with…