Families matter to us
Our Family Support Service offers support to families with children and young adults, up to the age of 25 years, with special educational needs and disabilities. We also provide support to parent carers of adults with learning disabilities in Westminster. Our support can be long term or one-off and we can visit families in their own homes or at other community based sites including Rainbow Family Centre in Westminster and Kids Can Achieve, Harrow.
We work closely with internal and external agencies to offer support to families and their children during the often complex transition from adolescence to adulthood. We support the family to manage the change, to enable them to be able to help the young person to develop the skills and personal confidence needed for adulthood.
We set up activities for parents, carers and siblings of children with disabilities. We run events, workshops and training sessions, as well as annual day trips, residential breaks and parties for parents and carers and siblings.
This independent service is largely funded by The Westminster Society.
Our Family Service’s Team:
We offer this service in the following areas
11 Bravington Road, London, W9 3AB
020 8968 2690
To find out more contact
Family Services Team Manager
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Very special thanks to our amazing, committed and dedicated staff who are going above and beyond anything we could have expected.
Join our team if you would like to help support your local community - we are in need to support workers to help us carry out critical support work