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Communicate Youth Club

Communicate is a youth club designed especially to support ASD and ADHD children who are aged between 9 years old and 13 years old. With a growing gap in provision, we at Sen Talk know how important it is to provide opportunities for young people…

Communities Empowerment Network (CEN)

CEN provides advice, support and representation following school exclusions. CEN aims to restore relationships between the home and school and assist to successfully reintegrate children back into mainstream education. CEN offers expertise in working with excluded…

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 Liaison Nurse at St George's

This is a service providing support for adults in the community with learning disabilities. To access this service, people must have a learning disability (developmental delay)  which is defined as: Impaired Intelligence (a significantly reduced ability to understand new or complex information and learn…

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…

Community Swimming Lessons at Burntwood School

Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings, term time only
Wandsworth's Enable Leisure and Culture's community swim programme is an affordable way for children aged between five and 15 years to learn to swim  and improve their swimmming. The programme runs on a Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings at Burntwood School, Burntwood Lane, SW17 0AQ, during term…

Complaints and Information Team for Children's Services

We aim to make sure you are happy with our services. If, however, you are unhappy about any aspect of our services, please complain to us. Don't just put up with it! If something is wrong you should complain. Stage 1 If you are not…

Complaints Procedure for Council-run Schools

All school governing bodies are required to have a complaints procedure. This should be published and made available to you upon request. Academies and free or independent schools are required to have their own complaints procedures.  If your complaint is about a school …

Contact - Wandsworth

We are Contact, the charity for families with disabled children. We understand that life with a disabled child brings unique challenges, and we exist to help families feel valued, supported, confident and informed. To make that happen, we work in three closely linked ways; …

Contact - Benefits and Advice Helpline

This is a free, confidential helpline for parents of disabled children living in England, run by Contact offering high quality and up-to-date advice on welfare benefits. Contact is a charity for families with disabled children. Contact advisers will make sure that parents have the right information…