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Tired Out, The Family Fund

Tired Out, from the Family Fund supports families raising disabled children to find help and information about sleep.  This website can help you to find support in your area, offers sleep tips, resources and family stories.

The UK Health and Learning Disabilities Network

The UK Health and Learning Disabilities Network is a long standing network connecting people with an interest in the health of people with learning disabilities in the UK. It gives members access to a national community of people interested in health and people with learning…

Vibrance

Vibrance is a registered charity, established in 1989, providing a range of services to adults with a disability across London and the south east of England. We currently support 450 people within our Residential, Short-Breaks, Outreach and Day Services and a further 2000 people who…

VoiceAbility (Wandsworth Advocates)

VoiceAbility provides a range of independent advocacy services for people living in the borough. Advocacy ensures people who might otherwise be unable to can speak out, know their rights and have control over their life decisions.The project works with people…

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 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…

The WAND Card

Wandsworth's WAND Card helps a child or young person, up to 18 years old,  whose disability or special needs significantly impact on their ability to get out and about around the Borough.  The WAND Card can be used as a form of identification, for example, as…