The local offer is a guide to all the services that are available for children and young people in Waltham Forest with special educational needs and/or disabilities aged from birth to 25.
Advice and guidance regarding the main types of benefits that are available to young people.
All children who live in Waltham Forest who are blind or visually impaired can access support from Joseph Clarke Service
How child and adolescent mental health services work.
Tips and guidance if you are concerned about your child's development.
Welcome to the main education home page for the Local Offer.
Details of GPs , Dentists, Pharmacists , Opticians and walk in Centres.
Organisations which allow individuals to apply for money to enable them to reach their full potential.
Health services are purchased or commissioned by Waltham Forest Clinical Commissioning Group (WFCCG).
Health visitors offer support and advice to parents and families with children up to 5 years of age.
Eligibility for travel assistance and the types of travel assistance that might be provided.
Details of the range of housing opportunities in The London Borough of Waltham Forest.
The SEND Service has co-produced eleven videos with young people and their parents.
Details of mental health services for adults in Waltham Forest.
Money and benefits information and advice as part of the Local Offer
Provide continuity of care for children and young people who have additional or specialist health needs.
Support to help your child achieve their potential in communication, physical skills, daily activities and independence.
Health professionals have a duty to tell the local authority if they believe a child under school age has, or is likely to have, special educational needs or a disability (SEND).
Help living with hearing and visual impairments and other sensory processing disorders.
A chance for disabled children and young people to spend time away from their carers, have fun and make new friends.
Social care services available in the Local Offer for young people aged 0 to 26.
Specialist services that support the health needs of children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities.
Details of support for parents, carers, siblings and families in general.