ARE YOU NEW TO THE WORLD OF SEND?
OR STUCK AND NOT SURE WHERE TO TURN TO FIND THE SUPPORT YOU NEED?
OR JUST WANT TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT WHAT HELP AND ACTIVITIES ARE AVAILABLE?
Then come to our LOCAL INFORMATION MORNING
We are pleased to welcome exhibitors and speakers from other local organisations to tell us about their organisation and the services they offer.
Our next LOCAL INFORMATION ,MORNING WILL BE ON FRIDAY 28TH JUNE. Exhibitors and speakers will be confirmed in the next few weeks.
Our most recent previous Local Information Morning was on FRIDAY 8TH MARCH 2019, when the following organisations were present:
RUILS - Family Matters across Richmond and Hounslow, the Sitting and Befriending service across Richmond and Kingston, and SEN Advice will all be represented.
Express CIC - a not-for-profit community organisation supporting young people with autism and their families. It is based in Surbiton but anyone is welcome to use their services
Our Barn - a youth club in Isleworth for young people with additional needs aged 16 to 25. It is open every Sunday from 3-6pm except for during the summer holidays.
KIDS – Vilma Watts, Jonathan Rourke and Charley Ripley from the SENDIASS service will explain the wide range of services KIDS offers, based in their 2 offices in Kew and Chessington, from benefits advice to family support (Richmond and Kingston boroughs)
Richmond Carers Centre - Clare and Eugenia will talk about the services they offer for adults and young carers
Crossroads Care - Val Wisdom
Mencap Richmond - activities for children, young people and adults with learning difficulties and ASD
Yorda Adventures - play for children with severe learning difficulties in Kingston
Local Offer website - Karen Lowry from Achieving for Children who runs the website for Richmond and Kingston
NAS Richmond Branch – local support group for families with children who have ASD (all boroughs welcome)
The Engine Shed
- special interest group for children and young people who like trains: twitter: @engineshedsw16
The following organisations may be represented:
Welcare - family support and advice for families in any borough through Me too & Co
SEN London Parents – Sophie Sainty will talk about this online forum
Hounslow Parent Carers Forum