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  1. Autism assessment

    Autism is a lifelong, developmental disability that affects how a person communicates with and relates to other people, and how they experience the world around them (National Autistic society), it is often referred to as Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Autism assessment What can I do…
  2. Learning disability

    Learning disability A learning disability is a reduced intellectual ability and difficulty with everyday activities and education – for example self care activities, socialising or learning new things at school. This affects someone for their whole life. Children and young people with a learning disability…
  3. Dyslexia

    Even though children can begin to show signs of dyslexia from a young age, it is typically not diagnosed until around 6 years old. That said, some children will not be diagnosed during their school years. Dyslexia affects each individual differently, however, there are some…
  4. Neurodiversity

    What is neurodiversity? Some people think and act differently to other people because of the way their brain works. This is called neurodiversity. Neurodiversity can affect someone's behaviour, memory or ability to learn. People experience the world in many different ways. We are all different…
  5. Holiday Activities and Food (HAF) Programme

    Holiday Activities and Food programme (HAF) Summer Activities Brochure (PDF) This brochure cintains information about all the free activities on offer, the dates, the venues and any eligibility criteria. The Holiday Activity and Food (HAF) section (Page 7) in the brochure, has information of places that…
  6. You Said, We Did

    In order to ensure that the Local Offer is meeting the needs of children and families in Newham, we gather feedback and use this to shape the services and support that are on offer. Here are some of the changes we have made as a…
  7. SEND News

    Keep up to date with what's happening in Newham. Here you'll find the latest news and updates. Check out our SEND news articles

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