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Behaviours that challenge - Parent Training Workshop

Behaviours that challenge (Managing meltdowns and shutdowns). This is a three part parent webinar and focuses specifically on behaviours that challenge in the home or in the community. It is aimed at parents/ carers of children aged 5 and above (both primary and secondary school…

Children's Development Centre (CDC) at St George's Hospital

This team offers specialist advice and treatment for children and young people from 0 to 16 years of age with potential or actual developmental problems. This means their physical or skill development is not the same as others in their age group. Young…

Five Calming Strategies

Amy from the Wandsworth Autism Advisory Service talks about how to use calming strategies, including Five Finger Breathing, Bubble Breathing, Pretend You're a Giraffe, Pretend You're a Tortoise, and Make Lemonade. For more videos from the Wandsworth Autism Advisory Service…

Monthly Coffee Mornings

This service is offered by the Wandsworth Autism Advisory Service which will work closely with partners across the authority to provide a planned and graduated support to parents and families of children with a diagnosis of autism (and those on the specialist pathway).  Monthly Coffee…

Paediatric Neurodevelopment/Neurodisability and Epilepsy Service at St George's Hospital

St George’s NHS Trust Paediatric Neurodevelopmental, Neurodisability and Epilepsy Service is well established and offers a child-centred, consultant led service. This branch of medicine deals with children with serious developmental and/or behavioural problems such as autistic spectrum disorder (ASD), attention deficit disorder (ADHD),…

Parent Drop In sessions

This is one of the services from the new Wandsworth Autism Advisory Service which will work closely with partners across the authority to provide a planned and graduated support to parents and families of children with a diagnosis of autism (and those on the specialist pathway). …

Resources for Autism

Resources for Autism is a registered charity. They provide practical services for children and adults with a diagnosis of autism and for those who love and care for them. All our staff and volunteers are autism trained and our services are designed to be welcoming and…

Telephone advice and consultation service for parents/carers

This is one of the services offered by the new Wandsworth Autism Advisory Service which will work closely with partners across the authority to provide a planned and graduated support to parents and families of children with a diagnosis of autism (and those on the specialist…

WAAS Autism Parent Support Forum: Sensory Processing Difficulties: A Parent Workshop with Vicky Robinson (OT)

Sunday September 20th at 8pm
An introduction to Sensory Processing Difficulties (SPD) with Children's Occupational Therapist, Vicky Robinson Vicky Robinson has more than 16 years experience working as an OT within the NHS, and also runs her own private practice. She aims to help parents of children with additional needs…

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…