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  • Opportunity to take part in films for young disabled people

    KIDS is looking for young people (14-25ys) to take part in three films for their new Young People's Hub. The films are about mental health and the challenges of growing up and will be presented and led by young disabled people themselves. The films are…
  • Relaxed Cinema Screenings (Autism-friendly)

    Many cinemas across London offer special film screenings for those with Autism or sensory processing difficulties. Often these sessions have no trailers or advertisements, lights left on low throughout the film, reduced volume, freedom to move around, make noise and sit where you like, and…
  • Early Years Conference - Friday 24th February 2023

    The Bi-borough Early Education and Childcare Service would like to invite you to the Early Years Conference: ‘EYFS Reforms: Time for Reflection’ which is taking place on FRIDAY 24th February 2023 from 9.15am to 1.30pm. We have brought together an EXCITING PROGRAMME of Early Years…
  • (Paid) Opportunity for Young People in the SEND / Neurodiverse Community

    The Young Assessors group is a pilot opportunity for SEND/neurodiverse young people to evaluate local youth provisions and allocate funding to include more neurodiverse young people in their services. The group will work with RBKC's SEND Children and Young People's Participation Officer and Young K&C…
  • After School SEND Provision

    Based out of the Reed Centre, just off the Portobello Road, Access Digi-Base is a new innovative SEND provision offering inclusive creative media activities that help aim to support young people’s development in communication, independence and digital skills in a safe and collaborative environment.  …
  • RMC Sparks- events for children, young people and families

    RCM Sparks – events for children, young people and their families Whether you are introducing children to music for the first time, or looking for inspiring ways to delve deeper, RCM Sparks has a programme of events just for you. We are delighted to share…
  • Siblings Group – for those with a sibling with SEND

    Siblings Group – for those with a sibling with SEND The siblings group at St Quintin Centre welcome new children/young people from 7-14 years at our friendly, supportive sessions. In each session, find out more about disabilities, have a safe place to voice worries and be…
  • New digital afterschool club for young people with SEND

    New digital afterschool club for young people with SEND Octavia Foundation have recently launched a new SEND specific night from their youth space 'The Reed' every Tuesday evening. It aims to use creative technology to help support young people with mild to moderate learning disabilities…
  • Parents' Autism Awareness Course (PAAC)

    Parents' Autism Awareness Course (PAAC) Bi-borough Autism Advisory Team (AEYIT) provide regular Parent's Autism Awareness Courses (PAACs) to provide information and practical strategies for the families of children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD).  The team run separate PAACs for parents of children under 5, and those…
  • Mental health support - 24/7 crisis lines across North West London

    Urgent mental health support - 24/7 crisis lines across North West London    Central and North West London NHS Trust – All Age Single Point of Access (SPA) for mental health crisis   A 24-hour telephone service for children, young people and adults who may…
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