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Church Lane Complex Needs Hub

This specialist complex needs hub is for adults aged 18 and over with a learning disability. The Church Lane hub provides a state of the art environment and a range of therapeutic and social projects. It boasts dedicated music therapy, art massage, sensory and physiotherapy…

Cochlear Implanted Children’s Support (CICS Group)

CICS Group was founded by parents whose deaf children have cochlear implants, the CICS Group was formed to help others whose children already have implants and those who are thinking about cochlear implantation for their deaf child, whether this is unilateral, simultaneous or sequential bilateral.…

ComCab

ComCab is a Taxi booking service, which participates in the Taxicard scheme. They also offer a service that can transport unaccompanied children (Check with ComCab for latest details) This scheme enables eligible users a subsidised door-to-door transport service for people with…

Community Learning Disability Health Team (CLDHT)

If you have a learning disability or know someone that does, and they have difficulties accessing mainstream health services, Wandsworth's Community Learning Disability Health Team (CLDHT) may be able to help you.  They are a specialist team of: Community Nurses Dietitians Dysphagia Practitioners…

Community Mental Health Teams (CMHTs)

Community Mental Health Teams offer specialist support for people with mental health problems who require further treatment or longer term support.The first point of contact for anyone with a mental health problem should be their local GP. Your GP is usually the person…

Contact's Introduction to the NHS.

Contact is a  nationwide charity providing support, advice and information for families with children and young people up to 19 years old who have disabilities or special needs. They have written an online guide, Introduction to the NHS which explains about NHS…

Coram Voice

Coram Voice exists to enable children and young people to actively participate in shaping their own lives and to hold to account the services that are responsible for their care. They serve children and young people who are vulnerable to harm or exclusion from society, and…

The Council for Disabled Children (CDC)

This is the umbrella body for the disabled children and young people's sector in England.  It is the only national body that brings together the diverse range of organisations that work with and for disabled children and young people (0-25 years old)  to support the development and implementation of policy and practice. …

Dimensions

Dimensions supports people with learning disabilities and autism to live the life they want.  It is a specialist not-for-profit provider.  Services include: individualised support packages for people living in their own homes; support for people living in shared…

Direct Payments

Direct payments are available to people who have been assessed by social services as needing help, and who would like to arrange and pay for their own care and support services instead of receiving them direct from the Council.  Direct payments are a way of assisting…