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Hearing Support Service Wandsworth (WHSS)

Wandsworth Hearing Support Service (WHSS) provides information, resources and support for hearing impaired children and young people (0-25 years old) and their families, carers and teachers.

The service provides comprehensive support for hearing-impaired (HI) and deafblind children (MSI, Dual SI) and young people (0-25) who live in Wandsworth or attend a Wandsworth nursery or school. We work in a number of settings including:

WHSS supports hearing impaired children from the time of diagnosis (within 24 hours) and continue this work until the child reaches adulthood. We provide individual assessment, advice and programmes of intervention for hearing -impaired children and young people depending on their level of need. Our work is tailored to each individual child and family.

We provide specialist support, parent guidance and training to parents/carers from diagnosis until the child reaches adulthood.

WHSS delivers and coordinates training on deafness in Wandsworth to support parents and professionals. Please call or visit the website for further information

Who to contact

Contact Name
Sabrina Djazoul
Wandsworth Hearing Support Service
Parent Organisation
Wandsworth Sensory Support Service (WSSS)

Where to go

Wandsworth Sensory Support Service
The Lodge, Linden Lodge School
61 Princes Way
SW19 6JB
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Time / Date Details

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


Free to all Wandsworth Borough Families


Referral required
Referral Details

We have an open referral system which means we take referrals from parents and professionals. Please email to request a referral form. We require an audiological assessment from a registered Audiologist before we can carry out an individual assessment and intervention. We can give you information on how to obtain this.

Local Offer


What is Wandsworth’s Local Offer ?

To use this service you can:

  • Refer yourself or your child
  • Be referred by your doctor/consultant or other health practitioner, and/or
  • Be referred by your Special Educational Needs Co-Ordinator (SENCO), and/or
  • Be referred by a professional using the Early Help Assessment

You can contact this service for information about deafness whether you are a relative of a person with a hearing impairment or not

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Local Offer Age Bands
Transitions to Adulthood (16+)
Secondary (11-16 years)
Primary (4-10 years)
Early Years (0-4 years)

Last updated: 12 Jan 2021

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