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Young People as Carers

A young carer is someone up to the age of 18 who cares for a family member or friend with an illness, disability, mental health condition or addiction without being paid. A young adult carer is an unpaid carer who is aged up to 25 years…

Education Inclusion Service

The Education Inclusion Service works with schools to enable vulnerable children and young people to meet their potential. The team supports teachers at both a strategic and a practical level to increase their capacity to support through improving leadership and management and developing skills in the…

Enhanced Children's Centre (ECC)-Coronavirus

In line with Public Health England and Wandsworth Council guidance the Enhanced Children’s Centre will be closed until further notice.  West Hill Enhanced Children’s Centre has a Facebook page, Instagram, and website for families, using these to promote positive…

Home Start Wandsworth - Coronavirus

We have adapted our services and are currently open to new referrals. Click here for our online referral form. Please be aware that due to covid control measures we are not operating our traditional home-visiting service.   Our experienced staff are able to match families with our friendly trained…

CAMHS - Your Well-Being Map - Covid-19

This map has been amended to show how services are being offered during Covid-19. Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) During Covid-19 Crisis: CAMHS services are still receiving referrals and treating young people during Covid-19 Crisis (some treatment will be via telephone and the…

Health Visiting Service - Wandsworth - Coronavirus

Health Visiting and School Nursing Universal Service In response to COVID -19 the universal Health Visiting and School Nursing services have changed their offer in line with the NHSE and NHSI guidance. From 1 April 2020 the health visiting and school nursing services will be…

Early Support (ES) - Coronavirus

Early Support is keeping communication open with parents and professionals regarding individual child’s health needs which may be impacted on due to Covid19.  They are supporting the most complex families with regular contact and updated information, assessing the level of vulnerability within the family environment…

Portage Service - Coronavirus

The Portage team is continuing with remote Portage sessions at the regular times of home visits, this supports children’s individual developmental play with ideas and suggestions.  Also providing a weekly newsletter with play ideas for parents to lead on with children using toys and resources…

Schools and Community Psychology Service (SCPS)- Coronavirus

Support during the COVID-19 pandemic -We are continuing to offer consultation, advice, assessment and where possible and appropriate, intervention services via telephone, email and video link.  We are currently experiencing some technical difficulties with our phone number which we hope will be resolved as soon…

Children's Development Centre (CDC) at St George's Hospital

This team offers specialist advice and treatment for children and young people from 0 to 16 years of age with potential or actual developmental problems. This means their physical or skill development is not the same as others in their age group. Young…