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ASC Family Intervention Worker

Hackney Learning Trust (office contact),
1 Reading Lane,
E8 1GQ
Telephone: 020 8 820 7449


The ASC (Autism Spectrum Condition) Family Intervention Worker can come and help you in your home when things are difficult.

They work with families with children who have a diagnosis of an autistic spectrum condition (including social communication difficulties)

The amount of sessions and nature of the help and intervention will be individually discussed and agreed with the families and young people directly when contact is first made. 

There is currently high demand for this service but the ASC Family Intervention Worker also runs parent information sessions in schools. Please ask your child's school if this is something they offer. 

There are a range of specilaist services available to children and families in Hackney. From support in school, drop in information sessions to specific youth clubs. 

Find out more: Autism information and support

Record Last Updated on: 29/08/2019

Local Offer


ASC family intervention worker. 

HLT funded via the Inclusion Team. 

Contact Name
Robert Raby
Contact Telephone
020 8 820 7449
Contact Email

Other Details

Who is eligible?

The service is free to families of a child or young person who have a diagnosis of an Autistic Spectrum Condition or similar.

There is an open referral policy. Referrals are accepted from parents and carers as well as from professionals.

There is a waiting list and after the referral is made there may be a period of time before a family is seen.

Sessions take place in the families home or at other agreed venues. 


Referral required?


Referral Details

There is an open referral policy.

Referrals are accepted from parents and carers as well as from professionals.

Phone 020 8820 7449 to briefly discuss a referral. 


Fill in the referral form available in the download section of this page and return to:

Robert Raby,

Family Intervention Worker,

Inclusion and Specialist Support Team,

Hackney Learning Trust,

1 Reading Lane,


E8 1GQ

What to do if you have a complaint

If you have any feedback about the service you received – something you like or are not happy with; then do talk about it with the worker or manager in the service,  Robert Raby or Lizzy Ngotta, so that they can try to address your concerns and look at how they deliver their service.

Call 020 8207612

If you have a situation that you are still not happy about then you can raise it formally as part of the London Borough of Hackney complaints procedure; click here for more information.

How to Get Here

Buses: 30, 38, 48, 55, 106, 236, 242, 253, 276, 277, D6

Train: London Fields, Hackney Central, Hackney Downs

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