Parent Support Links

Brent Support for Parents

 

Here is a list of useful support for parents in Brent. This was collated from the parents meeting on 20th January 2015, and is added to as we become aware of more services offering support to parents and children.

 

One Voice

One Voice Community Forum is a voluntary charity

run by parents/carers for parents/carers of disabled

children who live in Brent. They have free activities

and play schemes.

For more information contact Judy Miller on 07972 253 339, 020 3556 0983, Email: 1voicecommunity@gmail.com

 

Brent Carers

Brent Carers Centre offer carers living in, or caring for a person living in, Brent an extensive range of information and advice services on all aspects of their caring responsibilities, via the operation of the Brent Carers Services Hub and other local initiatives.

020 8795 6240

http://www.brentcarerscentre.org.uk/

 

Brent Mencap 020 8451 5278

Is a charity to support people with a learning disability.

http://www.brentmencap.org.uk/

 

Brent Parent Partnership 020 8937 3434

offers independent, confidential advice to the parents or carer’s of children who have special educational needs.

Email: parentpartnership@brent.gov.uk

Resources for Autism - provide practical services for children and adults with an autistic spectrum condition and for their families and carers.

http://www.resourcesforautism.org.uk/

 

BOAT

The Brent outreach autism team works with children and young people who have been diagnosed on the autism spectrum. The service they provide is mostly school based with some advice and support offered to families. We support all children and young people at mainstream Brent schools, including sixth-forms, whether they live in the borough or not.

http://brent.gov.uk/boat

 

ADHD and Autism Support Harrow

autism@adhdandautismharrow.co.uk

 

“Family Fund”

Are the UK’s largest provider of grants to low-income families raising disabled and seriously ill children and young people. They help ease the additional pressures families face.

http://www.familyfund.org.uk/

 

NAS – Ladbroke Grove resource (website)

Ladbroke Grove Autism Centre supports people of all ages on the autism spectrum to help them achieve their full potential. They offer a safe and supportive environment in which children, young people and adults can meet other people, try new activities, explore interests and develop their confidence and independence.

 

Caudwell Children Services

Caudwell Children Services offer seven core services for parents and children, so click the link to find out more.

 

Turn2Us

Turn2Us is a free service that helps people in financial need to access welfare benefits, charitable grants and other financial help.