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Targeted Health Outreach – Film Club

Mouth That Roars,
29 Waterson Street,
E2 8HT
Telephone: 020 7014 7176


Who we are:

Targeted Health Outreach Team run services for young people who have additional needs e.g. Learning Disabilities, autistic spectrum condition including Aspergers or those with physical disabilities. 

They specifically work with those who have no input from social work services. 

Targeted Health Outreach – Film Club is for young people aged 14-19 with High Functioning Autism/Asperger syndrome.

What we do:

Targeted Health Outreach – Film Club meet once a month at  Mouth That Roars film project to watch a film chosen by young people in the group and then talk about it afterwards.

Targeted Health Outreach – Film Club is free and drinks and popcorn are provided.

It is a chance to meet other people and practice social skills in a relaxed and friendly setting.  

Targeted Health Outreach Team may be able to support you with travel training and becoming more independent.

This is also an opportunity to get support from Targeted Health Outreach Team workers about any other issues that you might be worrying about.

Targeted Health Outreach Team – other projects, clubs and opportunities.

Find out more: Targeted Health Outreach Team

Record Last Updated on: 19/08/2019

Time / Date Details

Time of day


Session Information

Usually the last Thursday of the Month but can vary
5.00pm – 8:00pm (dates are sent out termly)

Other Details



Referral required?


Referral Details

Both self-referrals and professional referrals accepted.

Referral to Targeted Health Outreach Team are for young people with disabilities/learning difficulties aged 14-19, and living in Hackney or the City of London.

Other criteria-  Not in receipt of social care services and who wouldn’t normally qualify for a social care service.

Our referral form is available in the download section of the page: Targeted Health Outreach Team

All referrals are discussed by the team to ensure they meet the criteria.

What to do if you have a complaint

If you have a concern about the support you or a relative or friend is receiving you should talk to the person in charge of the support or the manager of the service.

If you prefer to discuss your concern with someone independent of your care team then 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

Homerton Row

London E9 6SR


Phone: 020 8510 7315 - out of office hours voicemail service available

Textphone: 07584 445 400


How to Get Here

Buses: 8, 11, 15, 23, 26, 35, 42, 47, 48, 55, 78, 100, 115, 149, 205, 214, 242, 243, 388, 705

Train: Hoxton

Transport to service: can provide a short term piece of travel training to enable young people to travel independently if possible

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