Children and family care
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What to do if you are worried about the safety of a child.
How children and young people are protected from harm or abuse in Waltham Forest.
Ensuring that children and young people in care in Waltham Forest get the best possible education.
Provision of residential accommodation for children and young people who cannot live with their families.
You can get short breaks from caring for your disabled child.
The Family Information Service is a free, impartial service giving detailed information and advice on childcare as well as general information on a wide
The Children's Disability Register is the register for children with disabilities in Waltham Forest. It is used to plan services for children with disabilities.
The CLDT provides physiotherapy and psychiatry services for children and young people with physical, mental health and learning disabilities.
Help available if you think you have a problem coping with alcohol or drugs.
The Common Assessment Framework (CAF) for Children and Young People is a key part of the strategy to shift the focus from dealing with the consequences
Leaflets and publications from the Council.
Registration of a birth. Every birth must be registered in the district in which it takes place within 42 days of the date of birth.
Information and advice about organisations in the local area who may be able to provide support to children and their families.
Special guardianship gives a child permanent legal security in a family that has parental responsibility for the child.
The Specialist Children’s Service provides support to disabled children, children with health needs, and their parents and carers.
Help and support for Travellers children.