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Specialist Youth Clubs in Wandsworth
As well as a range of Youth Clubs which welcome children and young people with disabilities and special educational needs, there are three Youth Groups in Wandsworth specifically for young people with disabilities and special needs. These are: Unique Youth Generate: and Lady Allen Playground…
Nursery provision for children with special educational needs in Wandsworth
Some children may have special educational needs because of a disability or learning difficulty. They may need additional support. All Early Years settings and nurseries in the maintained or private, independent and voluntary sector will have an identified special needs co-ordinator (SENCO). The SENCO has…
What is Wandsworth's Disabled Children's Register (DCR)?
The Disabled Children's Register (DCR) records details of children and young people in Wandsworth who have a physical or learning disability. The Register collects information on children and young people under 18 years old. What are the benefits of registering? You will: receive regular information on services for…
14-25 years old and worried about your education, health or social care?
Many young people ask their parents or carers for help if they are worried about things. These are people who know you well. But if you find it hard to speak to them about something, there are other people who can help. If you are…
Newly diagnosed or new to Wandsworth?
Just found out you or your child has or may have special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND)? Or have you recently moved to Wandsworth with a child or young person with SEND? Want to know where to go next, who can help, what services and support are available?…
Wandsworth's WAND and WAND+ cards
Wand & WAND+ Cards Wandsworth's WAND and WAND+ Cards indicate that the card holder: is either a Wandsworth resident or 'looked after' by Wandsworth is a member of the Disabled Children's Register (DCR) (if under 18) has a significant level of special educational needs, disabilities…
Finding yourself work - employment, self-employment, volunteering - or a daily activity which means something when you are an adult is important to everyone. It is a good idea to start thinking and talking about your aspirations from when you are quite young. This gives…
Leisure, sport and activities
The information here is about activities that are specifically for disabled children and young people. Many of the sports and leisure activities offered in Wandsworth can include participants with disabilities or special educational needs. Find out what's on in the Things To Do section. If you think…
Where will I live?
Having a stable, appropriate place to live is fundamental to building a positive, meaningful future. This is no different for young people with SEND. The first step is supporting young people to think about how they want to live and then understand what options are available…