Bell House is holding its Free Dyslexia Fair for parents and children with dyslexia, as well as SENCos and teachers on the 22nd September in Dulwich
Please attend one of the sessions in October to share your views on what works as well as what doesn't work in relation to the Short Breaks provision.
We would appreciate it if you took 2 minutes to complete the survey. Please click here to complete the survey: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/KFHJ3HP
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METRO charity are inviting parents/carers to attend a free day of workshops, discussions, and talks. We will discuss ways to support young people with their gender identity and sexual orientation and offer support and information for their families.
LEGOLAND Windsor Resort has opened a total sensory space to help meet the needs of guests. It is intended to provide a calming environment for those with additional sensory needs.
Quiet hour in all Morrisons stores for shoppers with autism, enjoy a calmer shopping trip every Saturday from 9-10am.
Josh Horrobin from Greenwich was one of 12 young patients who advised architects and the redevelopment team at Great Ormond Street Hospital on the £25 million outpatient centre.
The future provision of Music Therapy will be focused on those young people within the ASD pathway, for whom it is felt Music Therapy will significantly improve their health outcomes. Please click on the link and find a letter on the right explaining to school the changes.
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Please click here to find the Greenwich self harm protocol and children and young people's Mental Health and Wellbeing Symptoms and Services Guide
The National Autistic Society have reported on news that the Government has now changed the Blue Badge permit rules in England, meaning that more autistic people can now qualify.
Disability sports at Charlton park road includes sporting activities: Boccia, new age kurling, tennis, badminton and many more.
Parents and young people are able to appeal to the SEND Tribunal about decisions concerning Education, Health and Care (EHC) needs assessments and plans.
DSActive provides sporting opportunities for people with Down's syndrome. Wednesday's 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
In March 2018, NHS England introduced changes to the way some ‘over the counter’ medicines are prescribed. Under new guidance, Greenwich GPs will no longer routinely write prescriptions for parents/carers of children and young people to treat coughs and colds, dry skin,…