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  1. Free Youth Club for Wheelchair users

    From: Whizz-Kids

    Free Youth Clubs: These clubs are for people who want to meet up and try new activities with other young people, and are for wheelchair users aged between 8 and 25 years (all London young wheelchair users welcome). Most of the young people who attend...

  2. Talking Point

    From: I CAN

    Parents tell us it is hard to find help and information about to support their child's communication. Practitioners need to easily find information to help identify children's speech, language and communication needs. The Talking Point website has been...

  3. Unique - Understanding Chromosome Disorders

    From: Unique - Understanding Chromosome and Gene Disorders

    Unique is a source of information and support to families and individuals affected by any rare chromosome disorder and to the professionals who work with them. Established in 1984, Unique is a UK-based charity (1110661) but welcomes members worldwide....

  4. JWEB

    From: Kisharon

    www.jweb.org.uk is our online guide to what’s happening for people with learning disabilities in the Jewish community. It’s a first-port-of-call for information from organisations, parents, carers, teachers and therapists - anyone with first-hand experience...

  5. Summer Holiday Scheme

    From: Resources For Autism

    We offer specialist holiday play schemes for young people aged 8 – 19, wherever they are on the spectrum. One to one support is available and all staff are autism trained. Summer schemes tend to offer one week blocks based around a theme with shorter...

  6. After School Clubs for Children

    From: Markfield

    We run afterschool clubs for 5-12 year olds during the school term times. Clubs run from 4.00-6.30pm. The children decide the names of the clubs for themselves. For instance we have Gems Club and Mighty M Club. On the sessions you can choose activities...

  7. ParentCarer

    From: Markfield

    We focus on ways families can build supportive networks and get involved in the local community such as through our free parent/carer drop ins. There is no need to book, just turn up. Our Parent Carer Hub is open from 10 to 12 am during term time It includes...

  8. Rainbow Trust Children's Charity

    From: Rainbow Trust Children's Charity

    Rainbow Trust Children’s Charity supports seriously ill children and their families in the family home and local community. Families who have a child or young person up to the age of 18 with a life threatening or terminal condition (for example cancer,...

    • SENDDirect

      From: Contact

      The SENDirect website is our tool to help you find and compare accessible services and activities to meet the needs of your child. As well searching for local support, you can review and share recommendations, and find out what services have benefited...

    • Haringey’s SEND Information, Advice & Support Service

      From: Markfield

      Every local authority has a legal duty to provide a SENDIASS to parents/carers of children with Special Educational Needs. Markfield provides this service for Haringey. Parents and carers can access our range of support services to get the information...

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