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Children with Disabilities Register (CDR)

Wandsworth's Children with Disabilies Register (CDR) 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 used:

  • to help the London Borough of Wandsworth and local health services plan appropriate services in the borough;
  • for parents to have a voice and ensure that the London Borough of Wandsworth and other services are aware of the needs and demand for services in the borough; and 
  • to provide regular up to date information to parents and carers of children and young people with a disability or special need.

What are the benefits of registering ? You will:

  • receive weekly Newsletter e mails about services, activities and support, if you give us permission (tick the "email" box on page 2),
  • be able to apply for a WAND card, if you meet the criteria, and
  • have your say on influencing services in the borough.

Use the button below to apply to be included on the CDR and to apply for a WAND/WAND+ card and explanatory leaflet or for further information about the Register and the WAND or WAND+ card. 

Start CDR, WAND or WAND+ application

 More information about the CDR.

 More information about the WAND Card

 More information about the WAND+ Project

Who to contact

Parent Organisation
Children with Disabilities Register (CDR)/WAND/WAND+/Short Breaks/Parent Champions/SEND Local Offer Team

Where to go

Town Hall Extension
Wandsworth High Street
SW18 2PU
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Local Offer


What is Wandsworth’s Local Offer ?

To join Wandsworth's Children with Disabilities Register (CDR) and request a WAND card, you can apply your own or on your child's behalf. 

How to complain, compliment or feedback about this service, activity or provider.

Local Offer Age Bands
Transitions to Adulthood (16+)
Secondary (11-16 years)
Primary (4-10 years)
Early Years (0-4 years)

Last updated: 21 Oct 2021

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