Please follow the below link for information on an event hosted by adult services around Short Breaks for Young People aged 18-25 years.
Updated statement from the Head of SEND social care about Short Breaks for 2019
These screenings are run especially for people on the autism spectrum, and people with other learning difficulties or complex needs, and their families, friends and carers
Drop-in Sessions operate on a first come, first serve policy and this may involve waiting in turn to be seen by a therapist. Please check for centre closures during school holidays.
Local charity The Anchor presents all-ability sports days for children aged 8-17. £3.00 Entrance Fee.
The National Theatre will be hosting a relaxed performance of the smash-hit production on 6th April at 2.30pm. All Tickets are £30.00.
Cllr Danny Thorpe and Greenwich Parent Voice would like to invite you to attend a Question Time for parents and carers of children with special needs and disabilities 0-25.
Are you a parent in the Royal Borough of Greenwich? Would you like to be involved in discussions around shaping mental health and wellbeing services for children and young people?
Supporting young people with Down’s syndrome through puberty and adolescence. 5th April 2019. Time: 9.30am-12.30pm