Contacts for disabled children

7 O'Clock Youth Club (Camden Council)

Address
London Borough of Camden 8th Floor, 5 Pancras Square c/o Camden Town Hall, Judd Street, London WC1H 9JE
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.camden.gov.uk/youth
Phone
07497 801 338
Details

Youth club for young people with learning difficulties and/or physical disabilities aged 13-19.

Open
Mondays and Thursdays from 6.30pm-8.30pm.
Location
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Action for Blind People - For Children and Young People with Sight Loss

Address
Royal National Institute For The Blind 105 Judd Street London WC1H 9NE
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.actionforblindpeople.org.uk/
Phone
020 7391 2053
Details

We provide support, guidance, information and opportunities for children and young people with sight loss.

We also run an Actionnaires club for children living in the North London area, aged 5-16 with a range of activities and events. Contact us to find out more.

Location
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Action for Kids

Address
Ability House 15a Tottenham Lane London N8 9DJ
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.actionforkids.org/
Phone
0845 300 0237, 020 8347 8111
Fax
020 8347 3482
Details
National disability charity providing support and independence for young people up to the age of 26. Help with mobility equipment, work related learning, short breaks holiday scheme (14 -18 years) and a helpline.
Open
9.30am-5.30pm.
Location
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Afasic - Unlocking Speech and Language

Address
1st Floor 20 Bowling Green Lane London EC1R 0BD
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.afasic.org.uk
Phone
Helpline: 0300 666 9410 Office: 020 7490 9410
Details
UK charity representing children and young people with speech, language and communication difficulties, working for their inclusion in society and supporting their parents and carers. Their Advice and Information Services provide a helpline and email support, free to download factsheets and access to local networks. Camden service information provided.
Open
Helpline: Monday to Friday 10.30am-2.30pm, Office: Monday to Friday 9am-5pm
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Artsline

Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.artsline.org.uk
Phone
020 7388 2227
Details

Information service with online database of organisations' disability access information, focussing on arts and entertainment in Greater London. (The details shown here were taken from the organisation's website).

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Bromfield Educational Foundation

Address
5 St Andrew Street London EC4A 3AB
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.standrewholborn.org.uk
Phone
020 7583 7394
Fax
020 7583 3488
Details

Charitable trust offering supplementary educational grants to people under 25 who have lived for two years or more in the area or have an association with the area bordered by Guilford Street, Southampton Row, High Holborn, Chancery Lane, Breams Buildings, Stonecutter Street, Farringdon Road, Herbal Hill, Warner Street and Gough Street (the old parish of St Andrew). Offers grants of up to £500 (either as one-off or termly awards) for clothing, books or equipment (not including fees). Termly grants are given for disabled children. Grants can also be considered for projects offering arts, sports, after school activities in the catchment area.

Location
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Calvert Trust Accessible Adventure Breaks Exmoor

Address
Wistlandpound, Kentisbury Barnstaple EX31 4SJ
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.calvert-trust.org.uk/exmoor
Phone
01598 763221
Details

Calvert Trust Exmoor is an accessible, residential, adventure centre for people of any age and ability, their family and friends. Activities specifically designed and equipped to cater for all, including climbing, archery, horse riding, sailing, accessible cycling. It has also been accredited against the National Accessible Scheme as being suitable for older and less mobile guests, part-time wheelchair users, independent wheelchair users, assisted wheelchair users, visually impaired guests and hearing impaired guests. Families with a disabled child under the age of 16, living in one of nine boroughs of North West London: Barnet, Brent, Camden, Ealing, Hammersmith & Fulham, Harrow, Kensington & Chelsea and the Cities of London and Westminster can apply for the John Lyons Charity Bursary to assist them financially to use this facility.

Location
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Camden Advisory Service for Deaf and Hearing Impaired Children and Young People (Camden Council)

Address
London Borough of Camden 5 Pancras Square c/o Camden Town Hall, Judd Street, London WC1H 9JE
Email
Send an enquiry
Phone
020 7974 6602
Fax
020 7974 6501
Details

The Camden Advisory Service for Deaf Children and Young People is a team of specially qualified Teachers of the Deaf.

We are part of the Camden Sensory Advisory Service. The Camden Advisory Service for Deaf Children and Young People supports the inclusion of children and young people diagnosed with hearing needs from birth to 25 years.

The team works with children, young people and their families at home, in early years settings, mainstream schools, FE settings, special education settings and hospitals.

We aim to help families and schools understand the impact of sensory needs on learning and to raise the educational standards and achievements of children and young people with hearing needs. The service provides advice, training and support on all aspects of deaf awareness, audiology, equipment, language and communication development, learning, social / emotional well-being, post-16 studies and support through each transition stage.

Open
Mon-Fri 9am-5pm.
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Camden Complex Needs Outreach Team

Address
London Borough Of Camden 5 Pancras Square London N1C 4AG
Email
Send an enquiry
Details

We are a small multi-disciplinary/multi agency team commissioned by Camden Council from the Tavistock and Portman NHS Trust to assess and support the psychological, emotional and mental health needs of young people (up to 25 if they have an EHC plan) with complex needs.

These complex needs can lead to challenging behaviour which can be caused by mental health diagnosis, severe learning difficulties, autism, conduct disorders, anxiety and mood disorders, etc. Many of the young people we work with have a combination of these difficulties which often makes it difficult for them to remain at home and in non-residential school placements. 

We therefore also have a role in helping to find suitable alternative school/residential placements for them and continue to monitor and support their care even when they are not in Camden.

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Camden Family Link (Camden Council)

Address
1st Floor Crowndale Centre 218 Eversholt Street London NW1 1BD
Email
Send an enquiry
Phone
0800 028 1436
Details

Camden’s Family Link offers disabled children and young people the opportunity to have short, planned, regular breaks with a Family Link carer in a family home setting.

The service provides short, planned, regular breaks for children and young people aged 0-18 years with a carer on a daytime or overnight basis in the carer's home. A child is carefully matched with a specific carer. Links only go ahead when all concerned are ready.

Open
Mon-Fri 9am-5pm.
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Camden Integrated Children's Service (Camden Council)

Address
Kentish Town Health Centre 2 Bartholomew Road London NW5 2BX
Email
Send an enquiry
Phone
020 3317 2283
Details

Camden Integrated Children’s Service is a Partnership between the London Borough of Camden and 4 local NHS Trust providers, involving CNWL, Whittington Health, the Royal Free and the Tavistock & Portman. The Partnership is established to specifically meet the needs of children and young people with additional needs. It operates a single point of referral (SPOR) to the services.

The services within the Partnership include:

  • Speech and Language Therapy
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Physiotherapy
  • Community Paediatricians
  • CAMHS
  • MOSAIC, Camden’s integrated service for children and young people with disabilities, and their families.
Location
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Camden Language and Communication Service

Address
Robson House Netley Campus 100 Stanhope Street London NW1 3JX
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.robsonhouse.org.uk/main/?page_id=321
Phone
020 3772 0370
Details

The Camden Language and Communication Service (CLCS) is an integrated team of Speech and Language Therapists and Specialist Teachers.

CLCS works together with schools and families to support children with speech, language and communication needs (SLCN) in primary mainstream schools in Camden.

The team sits within the Primary Learning Support Service, a borough wide resource which provides support and advice to schools in Camden. CLCS works together with schools and families to support children with speech, language and communication needs (SLCN) in primary mainstream schools in Camden.

CLCS provides assessment and intervention for individual children with severe and specific SLCN needs, such as Autism and Specific Language Impairment.

We also work at a whole school level, aiming to develop the knowledge, skills and confidence of school staff in meeting the needs of children with SLCN. This may involve pieces of work such as whole school training or developing communication friendly environments.

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Camden Mosaic Child Development Team

Address
Kentish Town Health Centre 2 Bartholomew Road London NW5 2BX
Email
Send an enquiry
Phone
020 3317 2200
Fax
020 7813 8680
Details

The Child Development Team sees children from 0 - 5 years of age with complex developmental difficulties.

Our team consists of a range of professionals including Paediatricians, Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists, Speech and Language Therapists, Dietician, Specialist Health Visitor, Clinical Psychologists, Child Psychotherapists, Therapy Assistant, and Keyworkers. 

There are two stages to working with the Child Development Team. The assessment process which normally takes around six weeks followed by the intervention phase. 

The assessment process

The assessment process usually involves several appointments with different professionals either one-to-one or with two professionals together.  After the assessment is finished the team meet with the family to give feedback about the assessment results and will confirm a diagnosis if appropriate.

Following the assessment feedback meeting, one or two members of the team will visit the parents at home to discuss how they are feeling about everything that has happened.  Staff will use a coaching style to help with this process and discuss ways to move forward and plan the next steps.

The intervention phase

Following the assessment, a parent programme is offered to all families.  The Child Development Team offers two different parent programmes:

1.  EarlyBird - for children with a diagnosis of Autism
2.  My C.H.I.L.D. - for children with other developmental concerns

EarlyBird programme 

This 12 week programme was developed by the National Autistic Society and works in partnership with parents to help them to help their child.  It enables parents and carers to have a better understanding of the Autistic Spectrum Disorder, to develop their child's ability to communicate and to find practical ways to manage their child's behaviour.

My C.H.I.L.D. (Communication, Health, Independence, Learning and Development) programme

The programme covers a wide variety of topics outlining how to help a child in dfferent areas of development.  These include:  health and nutrition, attention, play,  communication, behaviour, motor skills, welfare, benefits and community resources, support in school and nursery, self-care and sensory processing. 

Following the parent programme, the Child Development Team will continue to work with parents to facilitate carrying out advice, review therapy programmes and support integration of programmes at home and in the nursery.  There are occasions when specific individual interventions will be required, for example, if a child needs special equipment or advice about safety for eating and drinking.

The Child Development Team works closely with the child's educational setting and supports parents in finding a suitable nursery. Support and advice is provided to nursery staff and how best to incorporate therapy programmes into the child's daily life.  As the child grows, the team work with parents to prepare for transition to reception and school health services. 

Open
Office hours Mon-Fri 9am-5pm.
Location
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Camden Mosaic Register of Disabled Children (Camden Council)

Address
Kentish Town Health Centre 2 Bartholomew Road London NW5 2BX
Email
Send an enquiry
Phone
020 3317 2200
Fax
020 7813 8680
Details

Aims to identify the numbers of disabled children and young people in the Borough in order to plan future services. Registration is on a voluntary basis.

Open
Office hours Mon-Fri 9am-5pm.
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Camden Mosaic Short Breaks for Disabled Children (Camden Council)

Address
Kentish Town Health Centre 2 Bartholomew Road London NW5 2BX
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.camden.gov.uk/ccm/content/social-care-and-health/services-for-children-and-families/services-for-disabled-children/?page=6#section-6
Phone
020 7974 4181
Details

Short breaks are provided for families in Camden with children aged 0-18 who are severely disabled and have complex health needs. They are designed to give a much-needed break for the parent or carer, while also giving the children and young people a chance to take part in games, trips, sports and arts activities and develop new skills and experiences. A short break can be for a few hours a day or include overnight stays, depending on the child or young person’s level of need.

Location
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Camden Physical Disability Outreach Service

Address
Swiss Cottage School 80 Avenue Road London NW8 6HX
Email
Send an enquiry
Phone
020 7681 8080
Details

The service focuses on the educational and social aspects of supporting a child with physical disabilities in a mainstream school setting, home and in the community and is designed to support inclusion.

This service has an important role to play in school improvement and supports schools in providing good practice. It offers training to develop access physically to the environment and academically to the curriculum.

It develops whole school ethos by working with staff on areas such as assessment and tracking of progress, PEEP training , risk assessments for school trips and social inclusion.

The service importantly supports families through and across transitions from early years through primary school and on to secondary school. It works with colleagues in health and the Disabled Children's Team in MOSAIC, the integrated service for disabled children to provide family support in school and at home.

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Camden Sensory Advisory Service - for visually impaired and those with multiple sensory impairments (Camden Council)

Address
Camden Council 5 Pancras Square London N1C 4AG
Email
Send an enquiry
Phone
020 7974 6645
Details

Our service works with children and young people who have a hearing or visual impairment

We work with children & young people who have a hearing or visual impairment or a dual / multi sensory impairment (deafblind), from birth to 25 years old in homes, hospitals and educational settings.

The Sensory Advisory Service has an important role to play in school improvements and supports all schools, early years’ settings and other provisions in providing good practice.

The services that we offer include:
- Discussions with pupils to ensure their views & needs are taken into account
- Advice on the use of specialist equipment and teaching strategies in the classroom
- Monitoring and assessment according to need.
- Training for staff and other professionals
- Advice & input on setting targets for Individual Education Plans (IEPs) and Annual Reviews and contribute to Education, Health and Care Plans
- Advice on special arrangements for National Curriculum assessments and exams
- Packages of work to support times of transition from ursery to primary; primary to secondary & post 16 education

We generally are able to support a child up to approximately a day a week, depending on the child's needs. We do provide ongoing support where it is needed.

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Camden Speech and Language Therapy Service

Address
Whittington Health Hunter St Health Centre 8 Hunter Street London WC1N 1BN
Email
Send an enquiry
Phone
020 3317 2366
Details

Offers a service to children from birth to 19 years with speech and language delays and disorders in Camden.

The service operates from a range of settings, including a child’s own home, children’s centres, nurseries, health centres, mainstream and special schools, and specialist units.

They work directly with children and families to assess children’s needs within 6 weeks of referral and to provide ongoing help or support as needed. They contribute to the assessment of children’s special educational needs, in partnership with parents and in collaboration with colleagues in health and education. In schools they work alongside teaching staff to ensure that the child has a programme which will help him/her take part in education and make progress. They work with children in different ways, for example providing therapy in the form of one-to-one sessions or small group work, training and working alongside others in the children’s workforce to support child/children.

They work collaboratively with other health and education colleagues. Children remain in the care of the service for as long as they need to, depending on whether their needs are short or longer term. They have clear criteria for when a child should be discharged from the direct care of the Speech and Language Therapist.

Location
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Camden Speech and Language Therapy Service for Young People

Address
Finsbury Health Centre Pine Street London EC1R 0LP
Email
Send an enquiry
Phone
020 3316 1080
Details

Camden Speech and Language Therapy Service for Young People (CSYP)

CSYP works together with schools and families to support children (over the age of 11) with speech, language and communication needs (SLCN) during their teenage years.

We are a team of specialist speech and language therapists often contracted by Camden schools. We help students with SLCN develop their independence, and confidence to communicate through developing the use of strategies and understanding of the staff team that work with them, as well as working with young people and their parents to get the best out of their communication.

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Camden Summer Explosion Scheme

Address
London Borough of Camden 8th Floor, 5 Pancras Square c/o Camden Town Hall, Judd Street, London WC1H 9JE
Email
Send an enquiry
Phone
07497 801 338
Details

In partnership with Camden Summer University (IYSS) Camden Integrated Youth Service.  2 week London based day scheme, Monday to Friday 11am – 3pm.

Residential activities for young people with learning disabilities/physical disabilities.

Open
Monday-Friday 10am-5 pm
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Camden and Islington Sickle Cell and Thalassaemia Service

Address
Sickle Cell and Thalassaemia Centre 17a Hornsey Street London N7 8GG
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.whittington.nhs.uk/default.asp?c=10885
Phone
020 3316 8853/8854
Details

Our service supports children and people with Sickle Cell and Thalassaemia from birth to adulthood. The service provides services that are dynamic, integrated and holistic to children and young people with, or at risk of, sickle cell and Thalassaemia. The service focuses on putting the young person at the centre of their care; recognising and addressing the complex needs of individuals and families affected by these conditions. Our service has no time limitation on the amount of support will provide to a child or young person – from birth to adulthood. We provide: Psychological support Peer Group support Parent and Child Group

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Camden and Islington Oral Health Promotion and Education

Website
www.whittington.nhs.uk/default.asp?c=11003
Phone
020 3317 2353
Details

We offer training for staff and carers (Early years, young adults , special needs, vulnerable adults etc) enabling improvement and prevention for better Oral Health based on Clinical evidence.

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Child Focus Consultancy

Address
27 Frognal London NW3 6AR
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.infantmentalhealth.com
Phone
020 7433 3112
Fax
020 7433 3112
Details
Specialist team dealing with children with development problems, offering assessment, therapeutic treatment, educational consultation, services for children with special needs, expert witness work, expert or second opinion legal reports. Sliding scale fees in some cases.
Open
9am-5.30pm.
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Children and Families Contact Team (Camden Council)

Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.camden.gov.uk/childrensafeguarding
Phone
020 7974 3317. Out of hours: 020 7974 4444
Details

The Children & Families Contact Team is a single access point providing advice, information and support for children and young people who are vulnerable and at risk.

The team provides access to the right help at the right time, as well as supporting professionals to work in an integrated way with children, young people and their families.

This includes MASH and Early Help.

Please refer to Camden’s threshold document before making a referral to the Children & Families Contact Team.

 

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Children and Young People Disability Service

Address
Kentish Town Health Centre 2 Bartholomew Road London NW5 2BX
Email
Send an enquiry
Phone
020 3317 2221 (Duty Telephone number)
Details

The Children and Young People Disability Service (CYPDS) is a specialist Social Care provision for children and young adults with complex and profound disabilities.

We work with children, young people and young adults and their families from birth up to the age of 25 offering a range of statutory and social care support needs.

CYPDS works closely with a range of statutory and voluntary service providers including education, health and housing to ensure a holistic package of support is in place to promote positive outcomes for children and young adults including a clear focus on the young person’s transition to adulthood.

This may include information, guidance and advice on local, universal provision and services, Short Breaks (respite), as well as Child in Need, Child Protection,  Looked After Children statutory services and Adult personalised budgets for young adults over the age of 18. 

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Children's Physiotherapy

Address
Royal Free Hospital Pond Street London NW3 2QG
Email
Send an enquiry
Phone
020 7794 0500
Details

Our physiotherapy service is for children and young people aged 0—19 years who are Camden residents, registered with a Camden GP. We provide assessment and treatment service for children and young people living in Camden who have difficulties related to movement. We aim to maximise children and young people’s physical ability and quality of life.

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Children?s 2nd tier audiology (hearing) service

Address
Northern Health Centre 580 Holloway Road London N7 6LB
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.whittington.nhs.uk/default.asp?c=10162
Phone
020 8442 6610
Details

We assess, treat and monitor children’s hearing in accordance with national standards. We transfer children and young people who we identify with permanent hearing loss onto a more specialist paediatric setting for further assessment and management.

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Children?s Complex and Continuing Care Team

Address
Northern Health Centre 580 Holloway Road London N7 6LB
Email
Send an enquiry
Details

We provide a package of health support to children who are dependent on technology at home and in the community. Whittington Health NHS Trust Children’s Complex and Continuing Care team delivers specialised homecare packages for children and young people with complex health needs that are dependent on technology to live. This includes long-term ventilation, tracheostomy care, total parenteral nutrition (TPN) and renal dialysis. We coordinate a safe discharge from hospital to home for the child/young person and provide a package of health care support in the community, working closely with the local authority social care team when needed. We assess each child individually and identify health needs and outcomes. The length of time the service supports a child will depend on the findings of the initial assessment.

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Community Equipment Service for Children with Physical Disabilities

Address
MOSAIC Kentish Town Health Centre 2 Bartholomew Road London NW5 2BX
Email
Send an enquiry
Phone
020 3317 2000
Details

Children with physical needs can access specialist equipment or adaptations to enable independence in school and home. Examples include specialist equipment for bathing, seating, toileting, changing and dressing and equipment to move from one place to another and for manual handling such as hoists and slings, or adaptations to your property such as ramps, through-floor lifts and level access showers.

Your Pediatric Occupational Therapist or Physiotherapist will carry out a detailed assessment to identify your child’s needs and ensure the appropriate equipment is prescribed.

Equipment orders are processed via 2 routes;

  • Equipment for School is processed by the SEN (Special Educational Needs) department - contact your school OT or school SENCO for help with this.
  • Equipment for home is processed by the Social Care Occupational Therapist – contact 020 3317 2242 for help with this.

This service includes delivery, maintenance, cleaning and re-cycling. A review system is in place as children will grow out of their equipment and their needs may change. When your child no longer requires the equipment it should be returned. Please contact the OT or Physiotherapy service that was involved in providing it, to arrange for the equipment to be collected.

This service does not cover:

  • Short term needs due to hospital admissions - contact the hospital
  • Equipment for safety issues or needs related to behavioural difficulties, for example window locks or stair gates - contact your Social Worker for help with this.

For hoist or platform lift repair see below for information on the appropriate person to contact:

  • Mobile Hoists - call Medequip  on 020 8709 7050
  • Ceiling track hoists, Lifts, Stair lifts -the repair depends on tenure (type of property and who paid for the equipment) and how old it is:

If the ceiling track hoists (CHT) is under a year old - contact the number on the hoist sticker

If the equipment is over a year old;

For owner occupied properties-

Contact Sharron Attwood (Sharron.Attwood@camden.gov.uk)   / Alison Mansfield (Alison.Mansfield@camden.gov.uk)

Environmental Health Department (Grants office)
Telephone: 020 7974 6907

For Camden Council properties- contact the housing adaptation repairs team (housing.adaptationteam@camden.gov.uk) and copy in Steve Williams Stephen.Williams@camden.gov.uk

For housing association properties - contact the appropriate housing association repairs service

For equipment purchased via a Disabled Facilities Grant and older than 5 years first contact the contact your Occupational Therapist 020 3317 2242. 

For young people over 18 years old, specialist equipment or adaptations need to be provided by the Adult Social Care OT team who can be contacted via the duty team on 020 7974 4000.

Referrals for specialist equipment can be made using the SPOR form;

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Community Nurse Team (Camden Council)

Address
Camden Council 5 Pancras Square London N1C 4AG
Email
Send an enquiry
Phone
020 7974 6654
Details

We support and promote health for people with a learning disability who need specialist health input. We work with clients in areas such as sexual health and personal relationships, help understanding diagnosis, taking medication, healthy eating and health promotion. We also support people who have a learning disability and a mental health problem who would need a specialist service outside generic mental health. We work with families and individuals.

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Community Paediatricians

Address
MOSAIC Kentish Town Health Centre 2 Bartholomew Road London NW5 2BX
Email
Send an enquiry
Phone
020 3317 2200
Details

The Community Paediatric Doctors are a consultant led team of specialist children’s doctors. All members of the team have skills and expertise in the diagnosis and management of children with Developmental delays and disorders including conditions such as Epilepsy, Autism, Down Syndrome and Cerebral Palsy.

We get involved if there are concerns about a child’s health or development in one or more of the following developmental areas:

  • Speech, language and communication
  • Chronic ill health/ long term conditions
  • Physical health/development
  • Cognitive development (understanding) or learning
  • Social communication
  • Emotional or behavioural needs in addition to disability
  • Eating, drinking and swallowing
  • Hearing or vision

We make a holistic medical assessment of each child and identify any other coexisting medical conditions. We work closely with our multi-disciplinary teams including MOSAIC (the integrated service for disabled children) to assess and meet the health needs of children and young people with developmental disorders, disabilities or special needs. As community paediatricians we also work closely with, and provide medical advice to, the Local Authority special educational needs service and social care services. We are always mindful of children’s emotional and behavioural development and their safeguarding.

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Contact a Family London

Address
209-211 City Road London EC1V 1JN
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.cafamily.org.uk
Phone
020 7608 8774
Fax
nal freephone helpline: 0808 808 3555
Details

Our London team offers:

  • Free information workshops for groups of parent carers including coping and support with challenging behaviour, helping your child to sleep, transition from adult to child services and information about benefits.
  • Information about local services, sources of further and specialist advice and support.
  • Information guides on everyday living such as financial help and benefits, accessing help and support, play and leisure activities for families and education, health and social care services.
  • Ways to meet other local parents through support groups, meetings, workshops and events.
  • Free information sessions for professionals working with families with disabled children.
  • Our local services are backed up up by our central services including: Contact a Family helpline for information or advice on any aspect of caring for a disabled child. Our team of trained advisers includes education specialists and a dedicated welfare rights team.
  • We also have the Contact a Family website: Our website offers up-to-date information on hundreds of medical conditions, extensive information on benefits and services as well as a wider range of support, information and advice for families. You can link with families going through similar experiences, download our resources.
Open
National freephone helpline: Monday to Friday, 9.30am to 5pm
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Continence, Bladder and Bowel Care Service

Address
River Place Health Centre Essex Road London N1 2DE
Email
Send an enquiry
Phone
020 3316 8401
Details

The Bladder and Bowel Care Service supports children and young people from 3 - 19 years old to help manage continence The role of the Bladder and Bowel Care Service is to ensure all children and young people have the correct support and advice with regards to their bladder and bowel care problems.

Typical types of problems that we can help with include bedwetting, daytime wetting and bowel problems. We carry out assessments and provide suggestions and ideas to families about how to manage continence. We also manage the supply and delivery of incontinence products to children and young people. We enable Health Care Professionals to deliver evidence based care to all children and young people with regards to bladder and bowel problems. Children and Young People may attend a clinic until the problem is resolved or be referred to secondary care for further review of problem.

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Coram Adoption and Permanent Families Service

Address
49 Mecklenburgh Square London WC1N 2QA
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.coram.org.uk
Phone
020 7520 0383
Fax
020 7520 0375
Details
Adoption service for any children in the care of local authorities. No upper age limit or fixed religious criteria.
Open
Office hours Mon-Fri 9am-5pm.
Location
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Cygnet

Email
Send an enquiry
Phone
020 3772 0390
Details

A parenting support programme for parents and carers of children and young people aged 8-18 with an autistic spectrum disorder. 

The  Cygnet programme is six sessions which run for two and a half hours at a time. The programme covers the following:

  • Autism and diagnosis
  • communication
  • sensory issues
  • understanding behaviour
  • managing behaviour
  • choice decided by parents/carers.

If your child is aged between 8 and 18 years old, has a diagnosis of autism and lives in or attends a school in Camden, you'll be eligible. Download our leaflet to find out more or contact us. 

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Disability Sports in Camden (Camden Council)

Address
Talacre Community Sports Centre Dalby Street London NW5 3AF
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
camden.gov.uk/ccm/navigation/leisure/sport-and-physical-activity/sport-for-people-with-disabilities/
Phone
0207 974 2198
Details

We deliver and work closely with local organisations and partners to deliver a range of sports activities to people with a range of abilities across all ages.

There are sessions for people to just 'give it a go' and try new sports and for those people looking to develop skills, access competition and take sport more seriously, there are a range of sports clubs for you to join.  

Activities currently includes:

  • Boccia
  • Table cricket
  • New age kurling
  • Poly bat
  • Table tennis
  • Football
  • Athletics
  • Adapted cycling
  • Wheelchair sports
  • Swimming
  • Dance
  • Gym and fitness
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ERIC

Website
www.eric.org.uk
Phone
0845 370 8008 (Helpline)
Fax
960 3060 (Sales and Customer Services)
Details

National children's continence charity and helpline. (The details shown here were taken from the organisation's website).

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Early Years Intervention Team (Camden Council)

Address
London Borough of Camden 4th Floor, 5 Pancras Square c/o Camden Town Hall, Judd Street, London WC1H 9JE
Email
Send an enquiry
Phone
020 7974 5895 / 020 7974 7226
Details

Our service provides:

1. Area Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator (SENCO) support to settings and centres in Camden. These are nurseries in children's centres, private, voluntary and independent nursery settings. This includes information about the responsibilities of settings under the SEND Code of Practice for the Identification and Assessment of Special Educational Needs and Disabilities; signposting to other agencies if appropriate.

2. Training for staff through the IEYS central training programme such as 'An introduction to the role of the SENCO' – written for Camden nursery SENCOs; High Incidence Needs and how to meet them; Training on local SEND procedures. We also offer bespoke training for a setting or a particular child's needs.

3. Direct Interventions for a child requiring a specialist programme.

4. Support for SENCOs in Multi-Agency working where a child's needs are severe and complex and requires a multi-agency team response.

Open
Core nursery day, with limited contact in school holidays.
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EarlyBird

Address
Kentish Town Health Centre 2 Bartholomew Road London NW5 2BX
Phone
020 3317 2231
Details

EarlyBird is a parenting programme for parents of 0-5 year old children who have a diagnosis of Autism. The EarlyBird programme was developed and designed by the National Autistic Society (NAS). EarlyBird trainers in Camden are licensed by the NAS to deliver the programme.

The EarlyBird programme provides information about Autism as well as information and strategies around helping your child communicate, helping with sensory difficulties, and addressing common behavioural issues that many young children with autism might experience.

The EarlyBird programme provides parents an opportunity to meet other parents and families of young children with Autism and the chance to share ideas and gain support from other parents.

The course comprises of 12 weekly sessions: 8 group sessions and 4 home visits. The purpose of the home visits is to talk about how the programme is going and to provide individual support, but also to take some video of the parents interacting with the child doing a prepared activity and to provide feedback to parents. 

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Family Fund

Address
Unit 4 The Family Fund Alpha Court Monks Cross Drive York YO32 9WN
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.familyfund.org.uk/
Phone
01904 621115
Details

Family Fund is the UK’s largest charity providing grants for families raising disabled or seriously ill children and young people. 

We believe that all families raising disabled and seriously ill children and young people should have the same opportunities as others. Beginning with the most vulnerable, those on low incomes, and considering all conditions against our disability criteria, we aim to make a difference to outcomes for children and young people with disabilities or serious illnesses and the lives of the families raising them across the UK.

We provide grants for a wide range of items, such as washing machines, sensory toys, family breaks, bedding, tablets, furniture, outdoor play equipment, clothing and computers. It can be a struggle financially, emotionally and physically for families raising a disabled or seriously ill child, and these grants help break down many of the barriers families face, improving their quality of life and easing the additional daily pressures.

(The details shown here were taken from the organisation's website.)

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Hayward Playground

Address
Market Road Gardens Market Road London N7 9PL
Email
Send an enquiry
Phone
020 7607 0033
Fax
020 7607 0033
Details

Adventure playground/creative play for children who have a wide range of disabilities and special needs.

Open
School term-time Tue-Fri 10.30am-5.30pm, Sat and school holidays 10.15am-3.15pm.
Location
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Health Visiting

Address
Gospel Oak Health Centre 5 Lismore Circus London NW5 4QF
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.cnwl.nhs.uk/service/camden-health-visiting-service/
Phone
020 3317 5825
Details

A universal service to families if they have a child under five. The Health Visiting Service provides a home visiting and community-based service to support children and families in promoting health and well-being in line with the Healthy Child Programme. It is a prevention and intervention service available to all families which provides advice, support and guidance in caring for children 0-5 years of age, in order to enable children to achieve optimum health and well-being.

Health Visitors are available to advise and support families with issues such as: • Breastfeeding, weaning and healthy eating
• Children’s growth and development
• Emotional health and wellbeing including postnatal depression
• Behaviour difficulties, sleeping, eating, potty training, temper tantrums and teething
• Safety in the home
• Minor illness
• Immunisations
• Domestic violence, addressing conflicts within the family and giving information and support
• Information and signposting to local support networks.

We deliver key health and development reviews for vulnerable families, in line with the Healthy Child Programme schedule.

We work with families to identify infants’ and children’s needs.

We develop and put in place programmes of care for children and their families who need additional support in a range of ways including follow up home visits, clinic appointments, and telephone contact.

We provide a named health visitor for each GP practice. We ensure that children remain on the health visiting caseload until they reach five years of age or start school, or change their family doctor (GP) to a non-Camden GP or move out of the London Borough of Camden.

We monitor safeguarding concerns for children under five and work with the Child Safeguarding Support Team to monitor and support families with a safeguarding plan.

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I Can. The Childrens Communication Charity

Address
8 Wakley Street London EC1V 7QE
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.ican.org.uk/
Phone
0845 225 4073 or 020 7843 2552
Fax
0845 225 4072
Details
Works to develop speech, language and communication skills for all children, with particular focus on children who find communication hard. Information, training, support and online resources. Consultancy and outreach services and direct service provision through two schools with assessment centres. Campaigns to change government policy and raise awareness of communication issues. Free call-back from speech and language therapist.
Open
Mon-Fri 9am-5pm.
Location
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Integrated Care Support Team

Address
Kentish Town Health Centre 2 Bartholomew Road London NW5 2BX
Email
Send an enquiry
Phone
020 3317 5383
Fax
768632
Details

We are experienced clinicians from a range of professional clinical backgrounds. We work closely with the multi-disciplinary team to ensure that your child’s health needs are managed and there is a clear plan in place. We can do the following:

Coordination: There are often a number of healthcare professionals working with a child/young person and family. We ensure that everyone is working together. We make sure that assessments take place and we can coordinate and share information. The Integrated Care Support Team (ICST) can link with professionals in other agencies such as schools or social services. We inform children/young people and their families about up to date information to help you know what to expect. We can organise and attend meetings or reviews with you or your family.

Care Planning: We work with families, professionals and school Special Educational Needs and Disability Coordinators (SENDCos) to make sure that one personalised care plan is in place that works in the home and educational setting. We support the goal setting procedure to ensure outcomes for the child can be managed and monitored effectively. We support the transition between services.

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Islington Community Childrens Service Complex Care Team

Address
1st Floor Northern Health Centre 580 Holloway Road London N7 6LB
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.whittington.nhs.uk
Phone
020 3316 1950
Fax
020 7690 2861
Details

Provides nursing care and support for children and young people, with complex health needs, who require continuity care at home.

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James Wigg Practice

Address
2 Bartholomew Road London NW5 2BX
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.jameswigg.co.uk
Phone
020 7428 4555
Fax
020 7813 8668
Details
Health centre with GP service. GPs: Dr Roy MacGregor, Dr Marek Koperski, Dr Philip Posner, Dr Elizabeth Goodburn, Dr Natasha Smeaton, Dr Stephen Yaxley. Sex of doctors: male and female. Also hosts a community based health service for children living in Camden. Services include Mosaic - the Integrated Service for Disabled Children and Young People, a paediatric assessment team, paediatric physiotherapy, paediatric occupational therapy, paediatric speech and language therapy, a special needs toy library, and a continence service. Regular Age UK Camden older people's general advice sessions.
Open
Mon-Thu 8.30am-6.30pm, Fri 8.30am-6pm
Location
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KIDS

Address
KIDS 7-9, Elliotts Place London N1 8HX
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.kids.org.uk/
Phone
020 7359 3635
Details

KIDS provides a range of services in addition to Short Breaks. We provide short breaks at home and in the community, for children and young people with disabilities aged 0-18 within the borough of Camden. Children choose to go to parks, museums, shopping, swimming, play at home, go to clubs, indoor or outdoor play facilities and more.

Kids Camden also provides the following services to families with a disabled child:

  • Siblings groups twice a year
  • Home Learning for Under 5's
  • Family Information and Support Advice sessions
  • Specialist under 5 drop-in sessions
  • Mediation Service
  • Specialist parent forum and parent participation service
  • Key worker service and Independent support workers around EHC plans
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KIDS Home Based Learning

Address
7-9 Elliotts Place London N1 8HX
Email
Send an enquiry
Phone
020 7359 3635
Details

Home Based Learning is a service for pre-school children with a disability or developmental delay. The Portage trained Practitioner visits the child weekly at home to plan activities that will help with the child’s development. We aim to look at what the child needs and can do, and in partnership with parents/carers, plan fun activities that will take the child onto the next step of his or her development. More information about Portage can be found on their website www.portage.org.uk

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KIDS Siblings Group

Address
7-9 Elliotts Place London N1 8HX
Email
Send an enquiry
Phone
020 7359 3635
Details

We offer outings and activities for children who are young carers for their brother or sister. The age range is from 5 to 15. The group runs twice a year in half terms. It gives children a chance to meet other children who have a sibling with a disability, it gives them an opportunity to talk or share how they feel about being a young carer. There is no cost to the family.

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KIDS Under Fives Drop-in

Address
Harmood Community Centre 1 Forge Place London NW1 8DQ
Email
Send an enquiry
Phone
020 73593635
Details

Supastars is a developmental play drop in group for pre-school children who have developmental delays, a diagnosed or an undiagnosed disability. At Supastars we provide a variety of play based activities aimed a supporting the children's learning and development. We provide an support network for the parents where they ask advice and share experiences with other parents/carers

Open
Tuesdays 10-12 term time only
Location
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Keen London

Address
12 City Forum 250 City Road London EC1V 8AF
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.keenlondon.org
Phone
0785 889 9066
Details
KEEN London provides sporting and recreational activities for children with special needs. Activities include football, basketball, trampoline, playground games and relay races with individual coaching for children from trained volunteers. Also run trips around London to do activities such as rock climbing, swimming and sports days in the park. Two sports sessions held every Sun for two hours in Kentish Town (term-time only). Recruiting volunteer coaches and administrative volunteers.
Location
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Kentish Town Church of England Primary School

Address
Islip Street London NW5 2TU
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.kentishtown.camden.sch.uk
Phone
020 7485 1279
Fax
020 7485 1280
Details

State faith school for junior and infant boys and girls. Resource bases for pupils with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and physical disabilities. (The details shown here were taken from the organisation's website).

Open
9am-3.15pm in term time.
Location
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Kentish Town Church of England Primary School Resource Base for Physically Disabled Children

Address
Islip Street London NW5 2TU
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.kentishtown.camden.sch.uk
Phone
020 7485 1279
Fax
020 7485 1280
Details

All children placed within the Resource Base are fully integrated into the classes and work alongside their peers. The School is adapted to meet the needs of physically disabled children. (The details shown here were taken from the organisation's website).

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Kith and Kids

Address
Haringey Irish Centre Pretoria Road
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.kithandkids.org.uk
Phone
020 8801 7432
Fax
020 8885 3035
Details
Additional contact: Helen Heath. Family support group which is London-based. Runs various activities in support of parents and children with disabilities. Parents and other volunteers offer help with outings, activities etc.
Open
Office hours Mon-Fri 10am-5pm.
Location
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Lifeline 4 Kids

Address
Lifeline 4 Kids 215 West End Lane London NW6 1XJ
Website
www.lifeline4kids.org/
Phone
020 7794 1661
Details

We are a UK national children's charity established in 1961. 

We were formed for one purpose - to provide equipment to help improve the quality of life for children with disabilities and special needs irrespective of race or creed.

(The details shown here were taken from the organisation's website.)

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Live Music Now

Address
90 York Way London N1 9AG
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.livemusicnow.org.uk/
Phone
020 7014 2828
Details
Live Music Now brings young professional musicians to perform in special schools, community groups, care homes and day centres.
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MOSAIC CAMHS

Address
Kentish Town Health Centre 2 Bartholomew Road London NW5 2BX
Email
Send an enquiry
Phone
020 3317 2200
Details

We offer CAMHS services to children and young people, from 0-18 years, living in Camden with a significant disability. The service aims to improve the emotional health and wellbeing of children, young people and their families. There is a skilled workforce of doctors, nurses, psychologists, family therapists, psychotherapists and social workers, employed by the NHS and voluntary organizations. Their job is to assess and treat the full range of emotional and behavioral difficulties in childhood and adolescence. This includes emotional and behavioural difficulties in children who have special educational needs or disabilities through MOSAIC, the Integrated Service for Disabled Children and Young People.

Examples of problems that children and young people coming to our service are seeking help for include: anxiety, panic, fears and phobias, difficulties adjusting to new situations, depression, mood swings, aggression, challenging behaviour, hyperactivity and eating problems, sleep difficulties. There are a few children and young people who have severe mental health problems, and we can meet their needs too. Usually we do an initial assessment to understand what the problems are, what has caused the problems, and what can be done to help most effectively.

There are a wide range of different ways to help children with emotional and behavioural difficulties, including advice and support for parents, a range of types of counselling and therapy for children, therapeutic work with the family as a whole, working in groups to help children or parents with a range of difficulties that arise or working with school staff to support children and young people in school. Occasionally, if needed, medication can be prescribed. In general, our average treatment length is 6 months to a year, with about 6–12 appointments over that time period. Sometimes all that is needed is 2 or 3 assessment appointments, but treatment can be more intensive if needed (with appointments offered frequently) or longer-term.

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MOSAIC Community Nutrition and Dietetics Service

Address
MOSAIC Kentish Town Health Centre 2 Bartholomew Road London NW5 2BX
Email
Send an enquiry
Details

The service puts plans in place for children needing support for a range of food related problems. Children’s dietitians are specialists in assessing nutritional requirements, food intake and growth in times of health and disease, tailored to the child’s age, treatment and medical condition from very premature infants to adolescents. We work closely with a range of professionals by developing and putting in place individual plans for children with medical conditions that can be managed by diet. We offer joint or individual appointments providing ongoing assessment and support for a range of food related problems until short or long term dietetic outcomes are achieved.

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MOSAIC Complex Feeding Clinic

Address
MOSAIC Kentish Town Health Centre 2 Bartholomew Road London NW5 2BX
Email
Send an enquiry
Phone
020 3317 2234
Details

Camden MOSAIC Feeding Clinic was set up to support the children and families of Camden with a child, or children, aged 0-19 who have difficulties with eating and drinking.

Specifically, we are a team designed to support families who have accessed other types of support before, but continue to have challenges at meal times. We see children when the child's feeding/eating difficulty is having:

  • A significant impact on social and emotional development.
  • Asignificant impact on the family and care giver interaction
  • An impact on weight, growth and physical development
  • An impact on the nutritional adequacy of the diet.
  • Primary level interventions have been ineffective or where two or more disciplines (types of professionals) are needed to support an intervention.

The Complex Feeding Clinic currently runs once a week on a Monday morning.

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MOSAIC Integrated Service for Disabled Children

Address
MOSAIC Kentish Town Health Centre 2 Bartholomew Road London NW5 2BX
Website
https://www.camden.gov.uk/ccm/content/social-care-and-health/services-for-children-and-families/services-for-disabled-children/
Phone
020 3317 2200
Details

MOSAIC (Making Our Services All Integrated in Camden) is the integrated service for disabled children, young people and their families from birth to 18 years of age, providing assessment, therapy and family support, including Short Breaks. The service provides Multi agency assessment, diagnosis and support for disabled children and their families from 0-18. The service contributes to better outcomes by supporting families to care for their disabled children and for their children to remain living at home and as part of their local community wherever possible.

MOSAIC consists of several services including:

Help and support is offered early on from the point of referral whatever the child’s age is. The national Early Support model is offered. We offer a Keyworker to help with the co-ordination of all professionals working with the family so they work as a Team Around the Child (TAC), and one of the team will operate as the Assessment Co-ordinator for a child undergoing statutory assessment for an Education, Health & Care Plan.

Diagnosis and therapies are provided for disabled children following assessment and this includes children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder. Access to specialist clinics for disabled children with sleep difficulties and complex feeding difficulties are available. Emotional and behavioural support is provided for those families with a disabled child who would find it helpful. Social care, including Short Breaks as well as the protection of disabled children is provided. Access to parent / young people’s groups (Special Parents Forum, Reactive Forum), information and quarterly Newsletters is available.

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MOSAIC Sleep Service

Address
MOSAIC Kentish Town Health Centre 2 Bartholomew Road London NW5 2BX
Phone
020 3317 2200
Details

MOSAIC Sleep Service promotes good sleep behaviour for children with developmental concerns, disabilities and complex needs. • Parents/carers are initially invited to attend a one-off, two-hour sleep information workshop offering basic guidance on preventing and managing sleep problems. • The service also offers one to one sleep counselling for children with developmental concerns and complex needs. For those parents/carers who have attended a sleep information workshop and require further individual sleep support, we offer 6-12 sessions of one to one sleep counselling. This includes assessment of the child’s sleep problems, use of sleep diaries, and development of a personalised sleep programme. The sleep programme covers sleep hygiene, bedtime routine and suitable parent/carer responses to sleep problems. • Where sleep medication is required, appointments and reviews with a consultant psychiatrist within the sleep service is organised. Prescription of the medication is initiated and then shared with the family’s GP and paediatrician. • The service offers sleep consultation to other professionals (e.g. special schools, charities, social care, CAMHS workers) working with children with developmental concerns, disabilities and complex needs in Camden.

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NHS Acute Liaison Nurse for People with Learning Disabilities

Address
Royal Free Hospital Pond Street London NW3 2QG
Email
Send an enquiry
Phone
020 7794 0500 (ext 39517)
Details

The service supports people with a learning disability and their carers to enable them to access to hospital. It also liaises with community services to provide a smooth transition from hospital back into the community.

Location
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NHS Camden School Health Service

Address
Hunter Street Health Centre 8 Hunter Street London WC1N 1BN
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.camdenproviderservices.nhs.uk
Phone
020 3317 2304
Fax
020 7833 9253
Details

Every school has a named school nurse, who is supported by other health and administrative school nursing staff, to provide targeted health promotion programmes in all mainstream and special schools. The school nursing team undertakes health assessments, immunisations, healthy lifestyle teaching and work in partnership with children, parents, carers, other professionals and agencies. An immunisation service is also provided to specific Independent schools in the borough.

Open
Mon-Fri 9am-5pm.
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National Deaf Childrens Society

Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.ndcs.org.uk
Phone
020 7490 8656 Islington office (Voice and text), 0808 800 8880 (Freephone Helpline)
Fax
hone/Minicom: 0808 800 8880 (Freephone Helpline)
Details

Self help health charity. Has details of regional groups. (The details shown here were taken from the organisation's website).

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Newborn Audiology (Hearing) Screening

Address
Northern Health Centre 580 Holloway Road London N7 6LB
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.whittington.nhs.uk/
Phone
020 3316 8735
Details

The Camden and Islington arm of the Whittington Health Newborn Hearing Screening Team offer hearing screening to all babies born in the Whittington, Royal Free and UCLH. Our aim is to screen all babies before they leave hospital. Home births and any baby missed as an inpatient who live in Islington or Camden will be offered a community screening appointment at the Northern Health Centre within the first 2 weeks after birth. Babies living in other boroughs will be seen at Health Centres locally to their home.

It is very important that parents attend any offered community appointments for hearing screening as we only have four weeks in which to test babies. Babies not tested by four weeks may not be offered another hearing test until they are much older, this may be when your child attends school.

Who is this service for?
For babies born in any of our birth hospitals. Outpatients clinics are for babies not seen in hospital. Islington and Camden residents not seen in hospital will be offered an appointment in our clinic which is based at the Northern Health Centre.

No referral is required as newborn hearing screening is a universal service offered to all babies born in the Whittington, Royal Free, UCLH as well as Barnet General, Chase Farm and North Middlesex.

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North London Special League U16s Football Sessions

Address
Market Road 5 a-side football pitches Market Road, London N7 9PL
Email
Send an enquiry
Phone
0207 974 2198
Details

Young people aged 12 -16 can play football at North London Special League football sessions every week

The sessions take place every Sunday between 12:30 & 14:00 and players off all abilities are welcome

The football sessions take place at Market Road 5 a-side football pitches and are delivered by coaches from the North London Special League

The nearest train stations are Caledonian Rd on the Piccadilly line or Caledonian Rd and Barnsbury on the London Overground and there are lots of buses that will take you to the football pitches

For more information about how to get join North London Special League Football sessions contact Alana Pash

E mail Alan.pash@camden.gov.uk

Phone 0207 974 2198

Open
The sessions take place every Sunday between 12:30 & 14:00
Location
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North London Special League Women and Girls Football Sessions

Address
Market Road 5 a-side football pitches Market Road, London N7 9PL
Email
Send an enquiry
Phone
0207 974 2198
Details

Girls & women can play football every week at North London Special League Women & Girls football training sessions.

Sessions take place on Sunday mornings between 11:00 & 12:30 and sessions are for girls aged 14 and over.

The football sessions take place at Market Rd 5 a-side football pitches and are delivered by coaches from the North London Special League.

The nearest train stations are Caledonian Rd on the Piccadilly line or Caledonian Rd and Barnsbury on the London Overground and there are lots of buses that will take you to the football pitches.

Open
Sessions take place on Sunday mornings between 11:00 & 12:30
Location
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Nuffield Hearing and Speech Centre for Children

Address
Royal National Throat Nose and Ear Hospital Grays Inn Road London WC1X 8DA
Website
www.royalfree.nhs.uk
Phone
020 7915 4158
Fax
020 7915 1666
Details

Alternative contact: Dr Deirdre Lucas, Consultant in Audiovestibular Medicine. Assessment, investigation and management of children up to school-leaving age who have hearing or balance problems or developmental disorders of speech and language.

Open
Mon-Fri 9am-5pm.
Location
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Open Minded

Address
MOSAIC Kentish Town Health Centre 2 Bartholomew Road London NW5 2BX
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
tavistockandportman.uk/care-and-treatment/information-parents-and-carers/our-clinical-services/open-minded-previously
Phone
020 3317 2000
Details

The service aim is to improve the emotional health and wellbeing of children and young people in Camden.

There is a skilled workforce of doctors, nurses, psychologists, family therapists, psychotherapists and social workers, employed by the NHS and voluntary organisations. Their job is to assess and treat the full range of emotional and behavioural difficulties in childhood and adolescence.

This includes emotional and behavioural difficulties in children who have special educational needs or disabilities through MOSAIC, the Integrated Service for Disabled Children and Young People. Examples of problems that children and young people coming to our service are seeking help for include: anxiety, panic, fears and phobias, difficulties adjusting to new situations, depression, mood swings, aggression, challenging behaviour, hyperactivity and eating problems.

There are a few children and young people who have severe mental health problems, and we can meet their needs too. Usually we do an initial assessment to understand what the problems are, what has caused the problems, and what can be done to help most effectively.

There are a wide range of different ways to help children with emotional and behavioural difficulties, including advice and support for parents a range of types of counselling and therapy for children, therapeutic work with the family as a whole. Occasionally, if needed, medication can be prescribed.

In general, our average treatment length is 6 months to a year, with about 6–12 appointments over that time period. Sometimes all that is needed is 2 or 3 assessment appointments, but treatment can be more intensive if needed (with appointments offered frequently) or longer-term.

For a leaflet summarising the service, click here.

Open
Office hours Mon-Fri 9am-5pm.
Location
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PACE Overnight Adventures

Address
Fortune Green Playcentre Fortune Green Road London NW6 1DR
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.paceforall.com
Phone
020 7183 5120 ext 5
Details

Overnight short breaks for children with disabilities and their siblings aged 8-14 years held at a secure and fully accessible venue, Fortune Green Playcentre. Sessions run once a month. Activities are themed around natural and sensory play. They also run taster sessions for new users so they can become accustomed to the setting and staff team before staying for a full night. The staff team are a group of trained play workers with years of experience of specialised provision.

Open
Generally starts Saturday mornings at 10am and finishes at 10am on Sundays.
Location
View location map for NW6 1DR
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Parent Participation Service

Address
Kentish Town Health Centre 2 Bartholomew Road London NW5 2BX
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.kids.org.uk
Phone
020 3317 2200, 07584 230 063
Fax
020 7813 8680
Details

Information service for Camden families with children and young people with additional needs. Co-ordinates the Special Parents Forum for parents of disabled children and young people which meets 6 times a year.

Location
View location map for NW5 2BX
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Personal Training with N.ableD

Address
Suite 34 67-68 Hatton Garden London London EC1N 8JY
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.nabled.org.uk
Phone
0300 030 1033
Details

We provide a specialist home-based exercise service for adults who are struggling with their health at home who want and need the support to improve their mobility, well-being and confidence.

Our service is particularly suited to those who cannot or would not attend a gym or group class in the community, whether this is due to frailty, an injury, a debilitating medical condition, low confidence/self-esteem, limited transportation options, caring responsibilities or any other reason.

All our Exercise Specialists are registered with the Register of Exercise Professionals (REPS), insured and vetted to DBS Enhanced clearance as well as trained in Adult Safeguarding.

We can design and implement a personalised home-based exercise programme that takes into account our client's own goals, capabilities, existing medical conditions and prescribed medications (if applicable).

We also work closely with Chartered Physiotherapists who are also available to accompany our Exercise Specialists in the home to see clients with complex injuries or impairments.

In our team we also have Registered Nutritional Therapists who are available to do telephone consultations with our clients who want support with their nutritional goals and eating habits.

Open
Our service is available Mon - Sun (9am - 6pm)
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Play Service (Camden Council)

Website
www.camden.gov.uk/play
Details

From September 2012, services previously run by Camden's Play Service are provided by Camden's community play providers through grants from Camden Council. These services include school-based breakfast clubs, after school clubs, holiday playschemes and community-based activity programmes for children and young people aged between four and thirteen years old. Camden primary schools have been linked to their local play providers and some of the play provision will be delivered from existing play centres. Specialist services for vulnerable children, young people and their families with varying needs are also being delivered by the community play providers.

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Reactive Forum (Camden Council)

Address
London Borough of Camden 8th Floor, 5 Pancras Square c/o Camden Town Hall, Judd Street, London WC1H 9JE
Email
Send an enquiry
Phone
07497 801 338
Details

Reactive Forum is a disabled young people's group for those aged 13 to 18 and living in Camden.

The Forum provides an opportunity for disabled young people to have a say about what they think about services and influence strategic decision-making and service planning that affect disabled young people. The Forum also evaluates and gives views and feedback on service delivery across the Council and Children’s Trust partnership.

Types of activities they have been involved in include focus groups on health services for young people, involvement in commissioning short-break services and designing and delivering Disability Awareness training to youth workers. The forum represents the views of disabled young people in Camden and is not a support group, or one-to-one service.

Open
11am to 2pm.
Location
View location map for NW1 1RX
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SEBD Special School

Address
Harmood Street London NW1 8DP
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
ccfl.camden.sch.uk/
Phone
020 7974 8906
Details

Local authority special school for children with emotional, social and behavioural difficulties. (The details shown here were taken from the organisation's website).

Location
View location map for NW1 8DP
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SOS! SEN

Address
Fontenay 11a, Creek Road East Molesey KT8 9BE
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.sossen.org.uk/
Phone
0208 5383 731
Details

SOS! SEN offers independent and confidential advice for parents and others looking for information and advice on Special Educational Needs (SEN) through a free helpline and walk-in advice centres. The nearest walk-in centre to Camden is in Waterloo. SOS! SEN also offers workshops, document checking services and 1:1 advice, and there are information sheets on the website.

Open
Helpline available Mon-Fri, 9.30am-12.30pm and 2.00-5.00pm.
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Sibs

Email
Send an enquiry
Website
https://www.sibs.org.uk/
Phone
01535 645 453
Details

For brothers and sisters of disabled children.

Sibs is the only UK charity representing the needs of siblings of disabled people. There are over half a million young siblings and at least 1.7 million adults siblings in the UK, who have grown up with a disabled brother or sister.

Siblings have a lifelong need for information, they often experience social and emotional isolation, and have to cope with difficult situations. They also want to have positive relationships with their disabled brothers and sisters and to be able to choose the role they play in future care and support.

Sibs aims to enhance the lives of siblings by providing them with information and support, and by influencing service provision throughout the UK.

It believes that siblings have a right:

  • To be valued for who they are and what they do
  • To be seen as individuals with specific needs
  • To access reliable sources of advice and information, and support services
  • To influence the services and policies that affect them
  • To reach their full potential
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Special Educational Needs Joint Initiative for Training

Address
University of London Institute of Education 20 Bedford Way London WC1H 0AL
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.ioe.ac.uk/research/16081.html
Phone
020 7612 6273/6305/6274
Fax
020 7612 6994
Details
Consortium of 40 local authorities, together with schools and services, working in partnership with the Institute of Education to provide in-service training on special educational needs to local education authorities, schools and services. Also offers conferences, publications and support groups.
Location
View location map for WC1H 0AL
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Special Educational Needs Team (Camden Council)

Address
London Borough of Camden 10th Floor, 5 Pancras Square c/o Town Hall, Judd Street London WC1H 9JE
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.camden.gov.uk/sen
Phone
020 7974 6500
Fax
020 7974 6501
Details

Statutory assessments of children with special educational need (SEN), issuing of statements and Education, Health and Care Plan, and placements of children with special needs.

Open
Office hours Mon-Fri 9am-5pm.
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Special People

Address
Special People Sparsholt Road London N19 4EL
Website
www.specialpeople.org.uk/
Phone
020 7686 0253
Details

We have a wide variety of services for children and young people with disabilities which we hope you will find useful. We cater for direct payments clients for those that have a personalised budget.

Some of our services include:

  • Short Breaks Service
  • Overnight Care
  • Holiday Service
  • Senior Care

(Details taken from organisation's website)

Location
View location map for N19 4EL
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Spectrum (Students Charity)

Address
Lewis Building 136 Gower Street London WC1E 6BP
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.rums-spectrum.org.uk
Phone
020 7580 7219
Details
Links medical student volunteers from the University College Medical School with Camden families who have children with special needs. Support and befriending, social events, outings and holidays. Help to arrange respite time for the child and also events for the whole family. Activities are chosen with the abilities and wishes of the children taken into account.
Open
Mon-Fri 9am-5pm.
Location
View location map for WC1E 6BP
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St Josephs Pastoral Centre

Address
St Josephs Grove The Burroughs London NW4 4TY
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.stjoseph.org.uk
Phone
020 8202 3999
Fax
020 8202 1418
Details
Roman Catholic agency working with people of any faith, or none, in the field of children with special needs and adults with learning difficulties. Does outreach work in Camden.
Location
View location map for NW4 4TY
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Stay Up Late

Email
Send an enquiry
Website
stayuplate.org/
Phone
01273 468168
Details

Stay Up Late is a registered charity committed to promoting the rights of people with learning disabilities to live the life they want to live.

Going out to see bands, clubbing, or seeing friends is part of everyday life for lots of people. However, if you have a learning disability you may need support to do this. We have found that lots of people with learning disabilities aren’t able to lead full and active social lives because their support workers finish at 10pm. This means lots of people with learning disabilities leave events at 9pm.

We believe that people with learning disabilities have the right to stay up late and have some fun.

(The details shown here were taken from the organisation's website.)

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Sunday Hub Club at YMCA (Camden Council)

Address
112 Great Russell Street London WC1B 3NQ
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.ymcaclub.co.uk/what-we-offer/sports-clubs/sunday-hub-club
Phone
020 7343 1724
Details

Come along to the Sunday Hub Club at the Central YMCA to try a wide range of exciting activities. Activites on offer include, gym and fitness, boccia, badminton, curling, table tennis and other multi-sports.

Sports and physical activities for people with disabilities and mental health needs. The cost is £2.

All over 14's are welcome!

Open
Every Sunday - 2.30pm to 4.30pm
Location
View location map for WC1B 3NQ
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Swiss Cottage School Development and Research Centre

Address
80, Avenue Road London NW8 6HX
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.swisscottage.camden.sch.uk
Phone
020 7681 8080
Details

A maintained specialist school for children with a wide range of special needs. The school provides appropriate access to the National Curriculum but places an additional emphasis on literacy, numeracy, learning for life and physical education for learners with complex layered needs. Children who previously attended Jack Taylor school have joined Swiss Cottage special school.

Location
View location map for NW8 6HX
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TACT

Address
The Courtyard 303 Hither Green Lane London SE13 6TJ
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.tactcare.org.uk
Phone
020 8695 8111
Fax
020 8697 8828
Details

Works for children in care. Parents for Children attempts to find families for hard-to-place children such as children with special needs for adoption, long and short-term fostering and respite breaks. Childrens Law UK campaigns and educates to ensure that the law protects children and young people at risk.

Open
Mon-Fri 9.30am-5.30pm.
Location
View location map for SE13 6TJ
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Tavistock Childrens Day Unit

Address
Gloucester House 33 Daleham Gardens London NW3 5BU
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.tavi-port.org/gloucesterhouse
Phone
020 7794 3353
Fax
020 7794 3354
Details

Service closed each August re-opening in September. Urgent enquiries can be answered on 020 7435 7111. The Day Unit provides a joined-up health and education service within a single setting, that can involve psychotherapeutic, psychiatric, psychological and social work input.

Open
Office hours Mon-Fri 8.30am-5.30pm.
Location
View location map for NW3 5BU
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The Wednesday Late Club

Address
The Camden Society 60 Holmes Road London NW5 3AQ
Email
Send an enquiry
Phone
07497 801 338
Details

Provide youth work sessions for young people with complex additional needs aged 18 – 25.

Sessions take place on Wednesday evenings from 7pm to 9pm. For more information, download the poster or contact Catherine Andrews.

Open
Wednesday evenings from 7pm to 9pm
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Tired Out

Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.tiredout.org.uk
Phone
01904550055
Details

Tired Out is Family Fund’s new sleep support hub which aims to help parents and carers of disabled children to sleep better. It pulls sleep information and resources together in one place. This includes information about support available to families in their local area, useful sleep tips and a wide range of research, resources and stories from families themselves.

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Transition Support For Parents (Camden Council)

Address
Kentish Town Health Centre 2 Bartholomew Road London NW5 2BX
Email
Send an enquiry
Phone
020 7974 4462
Details

The transition team offer 1:1 sessions for parents to raise any issues or questions they have about the services for young people aged 14-25 with complex health needs and disabilities.

Parents will be able to talk to staff from the transition team and from other Camden services for young people with disabilities.

For details about the next session, contact Luciana Frederick.

Open
The next sessions are on Friday 3 June 2016 from 10am to 12pm and then on Friday 7 October 2016 from 10am to 12pm.
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Under 16s Disability Football Session

Address
Swiss Cottage Sports Centre Avenue Road London NW3 3NF
Email
Send an enquiry
Details

Football session for children with disabilities aged 12-16. Delivered by qualified coaches.

Open
Wednesdays 5pm-6pm.
Location
View location map for NW3 3NF
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Wac Arts

Address
Hampstead Town Hall 213 Haverstock Hill London NW3 4QP
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.wacarts.co.uk
Phone
020 7692 5800
Details

WAC provides a range of services to young people, including those with disabilities. We deliver provision to young people using performing arts on site as well as a residential programme. We also offer Transition, Buddying and Advocacy services. We provide Wac Arts Interactive – media programme. We have an 18 + club.

Some of our other services include:

Open
Daily 9am-9pm (extensions arranged for hall hire).
Location
View location map for NW3 4QP
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Wac Arts Advocacy Service

Address
213 Haverstock Hill London NW3 4QP
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.wacarts.co.uk/
Phone
020 7692 5800
Details

Camden has an Advocacy service specifically for disabled young people provided by Wac Arts.

The social care team in Camden MOSAIC identifies young people who are 'Looked After' by the local authority who would benefit from being allocated an advocate to help support them depending on their presenting need. The advocacy service provides 1:1 sessions that use creative strategies to meet the needs of the young people it represents, encouraging them to express their views and opinions.

The advocacy service aims to keep the young people it represents safe, healthy, listened to and respected.

The service demonstrates the value of including children and young people with disabilities in decision-making processes that affect their lives.

Location
View location map for NW3 4QP
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Wac Arts Buddying Service

Address
213 Haverstock Hill London NW3 4QP
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.wacarts.co.uk/
Phone
020 7692 5800
Details

Camden has a buddying service specifically for disabled young people provided by Wac Arts.

The social care team in Camden MOSAIC identifies young people who would benefit from being allocated a buddy to help support them depending on their presenting need and with the aim of increasing their independence.

The aim of the service is to build confidence, independence and sociability skills. Once linked with a ‘Buddy’, the young person will be supported to access a wider range of social settings and activities with an aim of encouraging the development of new skills, new relationships and widening the young person’s social circle.

Frequency of contact will be agreed by Camden Mosaic and in consultation with the buddy, young person, and their parents/ carers.

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Wac Arts Residential Activities

Address
Hampstead Town Hall 213 Haverstock Hill London NW3 4QP
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.wacarts.co.uk/
Phone
020 7692 5800
Details

WAC provides overnight weekends and holiday residentials. Their short breaks service use outdoor education adventure centres within easy reach of London in the surrounding countryside. The accommodation provided is accessible and the activities included are are supported by venue staff as well as their own staff team to enable all young people to be facilitated. Activities on offer include: swimming, sailing, canoeing, power boats, jet skis, quad bikes, climbing, high and low ropes, zip wire, off road driving, archery, fencing, music and percussion sessions, art, pond dipping, yoga, tai chi, storytelling around the bonfire, horse riding and trips to the seaside during the summer, as well as disco, karaoke and performing art sessions in the evening facilitated by their staff team. They currently use fivedifferent venues, each offering a different experience in terms of accommodation and activities. Additional to the above, the team works intensely around personal development and independence. The young people are able to take part in food preparation on trips where they self cater, clean up after meals, keep their rooms tidy and are supported with their own personal care as well as social interaction with their peers. They will take their own nurse along on these trips so, although their staff teams are trained to care for many medical procedures and needs, they will also have a trained nurse on site to support the young person and assist in the administration of medication.

Location
View location map for NW3 4QP
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Wac Arts Transition Service

Address
WAC Arts 213 Haverstock Hill London NW3 4QP
Website
www.wacarts.co.uk
Phone
020 7692 5800
Details

Camden has a Transition service specifically for disabled young people provided by Wac Arts. The social care team in Camden MOSAIC identifies young people who would benefit from being linked to a Transitions worker to focus on achieving increased skills for independence. This is an individual service which aims to support young people aged 15-18 through a particular transition. The service links the young person with a transitions worker from Wac Arts to engage in activities which aim to encourage the development of new skills and social networks. Wac Arts will set activities which will promote independence and enable young people to achieve personal goals identified by the young person and their parents/ carers. Areas for support and development can include skills such as meal preparation, shopping, budgeting, travel training, personal care and staying safe.

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Weekend Hub Club at Swiss Cottage Leisure Centre (Camden Council)

Address
Adelaide Rd Swiss Cottage NW3 3NF
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.camden.gov.uk/disabilitysport
Phone
0207 974 2198
Details

Weekend Hub Club at Swiss Cottage Leisure Centre. This is a free, open session that takes place every Saturday. Activites include:

2:00- Gym and Fitness

3:00- Adapted Sports

Participants can attend all sessions or only the ones they are interested in.

Open
Every Saturday from 2:00pm to 4:00pm
Location
View location map for NW3 3NF
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Whizz?Kidz Ambassador Clubs

Address
Whizz-kidz Portland House Bressenden Place London SW1E 5BH
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.whizz-kidz.org.uk/
Details

Youth Services for wheelchair users aged 8 - 25.

Contact us or have a look at our website to find out more, as well as what's going on in your area.

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icandance

Address
Green Man Community Centre Strawberry Vale London N2 9BA
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.icandance.org.uk/
Phone
07931 533955
Fax
444 1707
Details

A dance group for disabled children and young people. We offer dance and performance opportunities to children and young people with varying disabilities, including wheelchair users.

icandance offers a creative experience where dancers have the opportunity to learn new steps, build friendships and develop self-confidence.

icandance provides dance classes and performance opportunities for children and young people with disabilities aged 4 to 25 years old.

Our classes are fun, interactive and cater to the needs of each individual with a high ratio of skilled support workers.

Open
9.30am-1.30pm on Saturdays, 6.30-7.30pm Wednesdays
Location
View location map for N2 9BA
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icandance Wednesday Teen Club

Address
Suite 319 Winston House 2 Dollis Park London N3 1HF
Email
Send an enquiry
Website
www.icandance.org.uk/
Phone
0208 492 8860
Details

icandance offers a creative experience where dancers have the opportunity to learn new steps, build friendships and develop self-confidence.

Our classes are fun, interactive and cater to the needs of each individual with a high ratio of skilled support workers.

The Wednesday Teen Club is teenagers and takes place from 6.30pm to 7.30pm.

For more information, call 0208 492 8860 or email info@icandance.org.uk.

Open
6.30pm to 7.30pm on Wednesday's
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