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Advice and Information Service for Parents and Young People with SEND ( Virtual Support is currently being provided)

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Your Voice in Health and Social Care (YVHSC)

 Your Voice in Health and Social Care (YVHSC) offers free, confidential, and impartial information, advice, support and guidance for parents/carers of children with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND) and young people with SEND aged 0-25 years.

Tel: 020 3886 1582

Please note that these sessions are not currently being run from The Stephen Wiltshire Centre and you should contact directly for further information and advice.

What is the IAS Service?

IASS Advisors provide information, advice and support to the parents/carers of children and young people with special needs or disabilities and young people aged 0-25 with special needs or disabilities.

Advisors are impartial and will not tell you what to do. They will support you to make your own choices.

The IASS is independent of the local authority. It is a confidential service and we will not share your information with other agencies or professionals without your permission unless someone is at risk of being harmed. You do not have to pay for this service as it is free for all users.

**Please note that this service is available only to residents of Hammersmith & Fulham. If you are interested in visiting the Centre for this service listed and you live outside of the borough of Hammersmith & Fulham, please contact your Local Authority who may be able to fund sessions for you to attend. Details of costs for non-H&F residents are available from

Who to contact

 020 3886 1582
Related Service
The Stephen Wiltshire Centre
Insights IASS

Where to go

Stephen Wiltshire Centre
Queensmill Road

See a map of The Stephen Wiltshire Centre location here.

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