Young people across Greenwich can develop their skills during the summer holidays with FREE courses and activities organised by Futureversity.
The Adult transition protocol for children and young people with complex needs is out as a draft for consultation and we would really like to hear your views on this! The consultation is until 1st August.
Free fun days for primary school aged children who have a brother/sister with a learning disability and/or autism. Siblings play, make and create together while sharing experiences with other children in a similar situation. BOOKING IS ESSENTIAL.
Parents and young people are able to appeal to the SEND Tribunal about decisions concerning Education, Health and Care (EHC) needs assessments and plans.
Royal Borough of Greenwich summer schemes for children and young people with severe and complex disabilities 2018.
Magpie Dance will be opening two new sessions in Catford, this will be a for Magpie Juniors (ages 8-15) and Magpie Minis (ages 4-7). There will be a FREE TASTER SESSION on Saturday 14th July.
DSActive provides sporting opportunities for people with Down's syndrome. Wednesday's 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
This guide brings together information about the range of mental health conditions and the local and national services available to provide support.
In March 2018, NHS England introduced changes to the way some ‘over the counter’ medicines are prescribed. Under new guidance, Greenwich GPs will no longer routinely write prescriptions for parents/carers of children and young people to treat coughs and colds, dry skin,…
A beach wheelchair at Virginia State National Parks Beach wheelchairs are available to hire around the UK – making a real difference to people who have not been able to get onto the beach for a long time.