By Post FIS, 1 Reading Lane, E8 1GQ
Help & Advice
- Support for children with SEND moving up to secondary school...
- Speech Language and Communication Needs - information and support
- Personal Budgets from Adult Social Care
- What to do if you need to complain about an Adult social care service
- Personal Transport Budgets
- How Hackney identifies children and young people with special educational needs and disability...
Group led by and for parents-carers of children and young people with SEND offering a community of individuals with shared experiences for friendship and support.
Working with families with children who have a diagnosis of an autistic spectrum condition (including social communication difficulties). The ASC Family Intervention Worker can come More…
Drop in parent group run by therapists at Hackney Ark. Meet with other parents and briefly discuss any specific concerns 1:1 with an occupational therapist or clinical psychologist
Topic specific sessions run by Psychology and Occupational Therapy with Guest Speakers from Speech and Language Therapy, Educational Psychology.
Providing support for mothers and newborns after childbirth. Services include: advocacy advice & information breastfeeding advice & drop-in sessions
Beis Chana is the Jewish Woman’s Centre. Facilities include kitchen and crèche amenities, an events hall, as well as a conference room and several offices. The Chabad women's division, More…
Jewish specialist provider supporting children and young people in mainstream schools requiring extra help to access the National Curriculum and make progress at school and in life.
Partnership of organisations working together to deliver care services to reach more children, young people, families, schools and the wider community.
Facilitated parent forum where parents/carers come together to share useful information and talk about some of the health and social issues they face raising a child with a disability.
Family Nurse Partnership is a voluntary home visiting programme for first time young mothers (and fathers) aged 19 or under. A specially trained family nurse visits the young mother More…