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Contact - Wandsworth

Contact Wandsworth is the local office of Contact, the charity for families with disabled children,  and is funded to provide targeted family support services to families with disabled children in Wandsworth.

Parents and carers can contact this service themselves or ask a professional, such as a health visitor, to help them. In order to receive services you will need to get in touch so that a member of the team can go through a registration form with you.

Contact Wandsworth provides services to families with children with disabilities and special educational needs across the borough including:

  • drop-in and phone support services on any issues related to your disabled child
  • a family worker service for families with disabled children 0-13 in each of the three localities Battersea, Tooting and Roehampton
  • holiday events and outings for the whole family at subsidised rates
  • particular focus on welfare rights, education, benefits, debt and financial advice;
  • workshops on topics including: Understanding Behaviour, Coping with emotions and Toilet training
  • advice around short breaks, leisure and holiday activities;
  • a quarterly newsletter with local and national updates
  • a monthly e-bulletin with local and national updates (attached below);
  • links with Positive Parent Action to ensure parent participation in the borough
  • working closely with a steering group of local parents

Professionals working with families can also get advice and help with benefits, grants and any other issues.

Who to contact

020 8947 5260
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Where to go

Early Years Centre
Siward Road
SW17 0LA

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Monday - Friday: 9am - 5pm

Other Details


Age Ranges
From 0 to 25 years
Referral Details

Parents can self-refer or get a professional to do it for them – just call.

Other notes
Complaints, compliments or suggestions about this service should be directed to the manager in the first instance.

Local Offer


What is Wandsworth’s Local Offer ?

Parents and carers can contact this service themselves or ask a professional, such as a health visitor, or social worker to help them.  In order to become a member you will need to complete a membership form.

Meetings with parents can be arranged at the Contact offices around the borough or in parents' own homes - whichever is more convenient.

How to complain, compliment or feedback about this service, activity or provider.

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