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Disabled Children's Register (DCR)

Wandsworth's Disabled Children and young People’s Register (DCR) records details of children and young people in the borough who have a physical or learning disability.The voluntary register collects information on children and young people aged 0 - 17.The information is…

Disabled Children's Register (DCR) Autumn Newsletter 2019

The 23rd Edition of the Disabled Children’s Register (DCR) Newsletter contains information about local services, events and activities.  This Newsletter is published twice a year and and emailed to over 1,200 members of the DCR and WAND+ project. Only members of the Disabled…

Disabled Parking Bays

If you need a parking bay marked on the roadway because you need to be able to park near your home, you must make an application to the council.To be eligible for a disabled parking bay you must: …

Disabled Person's Freedom Pass

A Disabled Person's Freedom Pass is provided by local borough councils to give disabled Londoners of all ages free travel on almost all public transport in London. To apply for a Disabled Person's Freedom Pass you need to complete an application form. The application form…

Disabled Person’s Railcard

A Disabled Person’s Railcard is a card that gives an adult travelling with a disabled card holder a reduction of up to one third off most train fares in the United Kingdom. Five to 15-year olds with a disability listed on the…

Doddington Health Centre

This Health Centre provides a wide range of health services for people living in Wandsworth. It also runs specialist clinics for children and pregnant women.   Any Wandsworth resident can contact them for advice. Clinics:

Dramatherapy

Dramatherapy is a psychotherapy approach that uses creative art forms (i.e. story, movement, play, drama, puppetry, music and art) to explore feelings, needs and personal issues in a safe, confidential space. These sessions are for children and young people aged 5-16…

Early Help Assessment (EHA)

The Early Help Assessment is a way of gathering and sharing information about the strengths and needs of a child or young person so they can be supported to achieve their full potential. Parents choose to take part. The…

Early Years SEND Support Services-Coronavirus

The Early Years SEND Support Services are, Portage, Early Support, Parent and Child Development and West Hill Enhanced Children's Centre. All teams are providing emotional support to parents through regular contact via phone, Skype, texting, WhatsApp, etc. with a focus for families with…

Easyhealth website

The Easyhealth website offers accessible health information for people of all ages. This is information using easy words with pictures.  It has over 500 leaflets and videos from a wide range of organisations covering all aspects of health food and exercise. Most of the information is free to…