Greenwich Toy and Leisure Library (GTLLA)
The Greenwich Toy and Leisure Library Association is a toy library for children with special needs and their families/carers. It has over 7,000 toys in its lending library, and offers ‘stay and play’ sessions supervised by play therapists, as well as running a Saturday Club and a Young People’s group. The association supports parents by providing home visits, and organising holidays and outings. It also offers advice and information about autism, workshops and parenting courses, and can offer help with writing letters, filling in forms, preparing for meetings and transition planning.
IMM project meets Monday and Tuesday afternoons from 1.00pm -2.45pm.
Community stay and play – Tuesdays from 9.15am – 11.00am.
Sensory room is open 5 days a week
Who to contact
Where to go
Greenwich Toy & Leisure Library Association, 47
- SE2 9EU
- Referral required
- Referral Details
Child or young person with a disability aged 0-25 years who is resident in the borough of Greenwich and who is substantially affected in their everyday living by one or more of the following: a learning difficulty; a sensory impairment; a physical impairment; chronic ill health or medical problems; a serious life limiting or terminal illness; a communication or language disorder; an autistic spectrum disorder or Asperger’s syndrome; and emotional,
Self-referral or professional. We operate an open referral system and welcome referrals from parents and professionals working with families to
include social workers, teachers, health visitors and advocacy workers.
How to complain:
As a user-led organisation we take feedback on our service very seriously. Any complaints are addressed by the service manager, in the first instance and, if necessary, referred onto the chairperson of the management committee. If an issue remains unresolved we would refer it to the commissioning team within children’s services, Royal borough of Greenwich.