Who we are
The Resource Centre is a one stop shop for information, advice and support welcoming professionals, parents/carers of children with disabilities and SEN and young people themselves.
What we do
The range of services available when you visit include:
- a library of books
- a sensory space for children to play in (parents/carers must supervise)
- information leaflets
- funding packs
- Resource Centre newsletter
- two public computers with internet access and learning aids
- Support to fill in Disability Living Allowance (DLA) and Personal Independence Payments (PIP) forms by appointment
- space where other services run support groups. e.g. SENDIAGS drop in sessions, Parent carer forum - HiP sessions, As1 parent support group, ASD parent information sessions, Sensory Processing workshops.
SENDIAGS Drop in advice session - Every Tuesday Term Time 10:00am -2:00pm
Find out more: SENDIAGS (SEND Information, Advice and Guidance Service)
Support filling in forms from other Hackney services...
For support filling in forms such as DLA (Disability Living Allowance) if the Resource Centre Coordinator is not available please contact one of the following organisations who also provide this service:
Hackney Advice Service - Specialising in Disability and Immigration...
Phone: 020 7 001 1728 or 07983898918
Royal Society for Blind Children (RSBC) - Hackney Advice Service
Phone: 020 3621 3323
Hackney Community Law Centre
Phone: 020 7633 4531
Hackney Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB)
Phone: 020 8525 6350 or 0844 499 1195
Record Last Updated on: 14/08/2019
Time / Date Details
Time of day
Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm
What to do if you have a complaint
If you have a concern about the service please complete a standard form from Hackney Ark's reception for the feedback box which will be sent to centre manager.
If you prefer to discuss your concern with someone independent of the service you can contact our Patient Liaison and Advice Service (PALS).
The PALS team can help resolve queries and concerns quickly and if you are not happy with the outcome then they can advise you on our formal complaints process.
Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
London E9 6SR
Phone: 020 8510 7315 - out of office hours voicemail service available
Textphone: 07584 445 400
How to Get Here
Buses: 30, 56, 276, 149, 67, 76, 243
Train: Dalston Kingsland, Hackney Downs
Parking: limited parking for patients
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