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Abbey Children's Centre in South Wimbledon offers services for parents and carers from pregnancy through to the end of their child's reception year at school. Please note that the Children's Centre is closed on Tuesdays and Fridays. Please see timetable download for details.
Acacia Children's Centre in Mitcham Eastfields offers services for parents and carers from pregnancy through to the end of their child's reception year at school.
This service supports young people with learning disabilities between the ages of 18 and 25 although it assesses young people with complex needs from age 14 onwards. Please see separate guidance on transitions from children to adult social care services. Our team includes two dedicated social…
020 8545 4529
Working to improve the services available for children and young people with autism and increase awareness and understanding of the condition. Talk about Autism is a safe and friendly online community and discussion forum for everyone interested in autism, including parents, carers, family members, people…
The Avenue Children's Centre in West Wimbledon offers services for parents and carers from pregnancy through to the end of their child's reception year at school.
Church Road Children's Centre in Mitcham offers services for parents and carers from pregnancy through to the end of their child's reception year at school.
CLA is a national advice service for England & Wales paid for by legal aid. The service is only available to those who are eligible for legal aid. CLA can provide advice for problems with debt, special educational needs, housing, family, discrimination and welfare benefits…
0345 345 4 345
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is a talking therapy that helps manage problems by changing thoughts and behaviours. The primary difference in treating children and adolescents is that the younger person does not have as much control of his or her life. Therapists teach children that thoughts cause feelings…
020 8545 4820
The Communication Trust is a coalition of more than 50 not-for-profit organisations, who provide support to children and young people with Speech, Language and Communication Needs (SLCN). The members of the Communication Trust offer a variety of services and information to all families in England.…
Contact is a national charity who provides information, advice and support to families with disabled children. A free helpline is available where parent advisers will help with any issue around raising a disabled child. Information on education, benefits and family life is available on the…