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  1. Children & Young People with Complex Health Needs

    If your child has complex health needs, such as oxygen dependency or tube feeding, or has a life-limiting or serious mental health condition, you may be able to get help with 'continuing' care over an extended period of time, including palliative 'end-of-life' care.
  2. Children rights and advocacy service

    "Giving children and young people of Newham a voice" Children’s Rights Service Children looked after, care leavers, children and young people on child protection plans and young people ages 16/17 and are in need of accommodation, can access an advocate via the Children’s Rights Service. The…
  3. The CHildren with Autism in Newham - Diagnosis Service

    The Autism Diagnosis Pathway within Child Development Services has been renamed to: The CHildren with Autism in Newham - Diagnosis Service (CHAND) Because every child deserves to shine In Sanskrit based languages such as Bengali/Urdu/Hindi/Punjabi, ‘Chand’ means ‘the moon’ or ‘to shine’. In old English and French ‘Chand’ comes…
  4. Children’s Health Service 0-19

    “The Children Health 0-19 Health Visiting, Family Nurse Partnership (FNP), School Health and HeadStart teams. Please visit and click on the links under Children’s Health 0-19 and HeadStart Service to be directed to pages with more information on the services they provide.”
  5. Choosing childcare

    How to find childcare Childcare places are available at day nurseries, pre-schools, childminders, nursery schools and some primary schools.  You can find out about the different options on our types of childcare section. We hold details of all childcare providers in Newham that have been…
  6. Complain, compliment or suggest

    We are committed to working together to achieve the best outcomes for children and young people with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND). We aim to be an open and accessible council; genuinely involving, engaging and listening to our community. Your feedback is important to…
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