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WAAS Autism Parent Support Forum: Helping to manage your child's anxiety

Wednesday 29 July 7 pm to 8 pm.
WAAS are offering you a chance to come and chat with other parents of children and young people with autism about how best to manage their anxiety. What might signs of anxiety look like in children and young people with autism? Is your child…

WAAS Online Solution Circles

In response to the need for more direct intervention Wandsworth Autism Advisory Service (WAAS) are introducing “Online Solution Circles” which will be led by members of the psychology team and will bring together parents and professionals to find solutions to “stuck situations”. These are being…

WAAS Top Tips for Preparing your Child or Young Person for Returning to School

Here is some advice from Wandsworth Autism Advice Service about how to think about your child or young person’s individual needs, including anything new you have learnt about them during lockdown, and also any progress they have made. Each child/young person has their own…

WAAS Videos- Timers, Now and Next Boards and Timetable

Here are three short videos made by Wandsworth Autism Advisory Service.  They are about using some tools to support your autistic child. They also show you how you can make your own ones. Click on the titles to watch them on YouTube. Timers

WAAS Webinars on managing challenging behaviour

9:30am to 10am on Wednesday 20 May, Wednesday 27 May and Wednesday 3 June 2020
Following the postponement of  Wandsworth Autism Advisory Service's (WAAS)  Parent/Carer training around managing challenging behaviour that had been scheduled for March they have adapted this to create a shorter training course that is suitable to be delivered online. The training consisted of 3 online sessions on Wednesday…

Wandsworth Autism Advisory Service (WAAS) - Coronavirus

Support during the Coronavirus pandemic As the country adjusts to the next phase of the pandemic with the gradual easing of the lockdown and the re-opening of some schools/ Nurseries, the Autism Advisory Service are evolving our support for schools/ settings and families accordingly.  Our…

Wandsworth Autism Advisory Service - Information for Professionals

The Wandsworth Autism Advisory Service (WAAS) is a single multi professional team that supports schools/ settings and families in Wandsworth to achieve the best possible outcomes for children and young people with autism. The service supports education settings to enable all children with Autism/ social…

Wandsworth Community Feeding Service

This service is for children and young people from 0 to 11 years who have difficulty eating, drinking, or swallowing, or have significantly restricted diets/feeding aversions.  There are two pathways within the Wandsworth Community Feeding Service.  Some children might be on both pathways depending on their…

Wandsworth Sensory Support Service (WSSS)

Wandsworth Sensory Support Service (WSSS) is skilled in caring for deaf, visually impaired and deafblind children, as well as those with complex needs. The service also gives help to the families of these children. They offer direct support with extensive home visiting services, emotional support and…

Wandsworth Vision Support Service (WVSS)

Wandsworth Vision Support Service (WVSS) provides flexible, comprehensive support to all children and young people (CYP) from birth to 25 years with visual impairment with and without additional needs in the Wandsworth borough. We offer expertise in Multi-Sensory Impairment (Deafblind) and we work together with…