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COVID 19-Coronavirus Info for families of children with SEND

COVID -19  and Special educational needs and disabilities (SEND)

This initial list produced by the Government includes SEND resources that have been developed with a focus on accessibility and inclusivity and is based on the recommendations of:

  • trusted organisations
  • charities
  • multi-academy trusts
  • special education headteachers

Guide to what you can and cannot control during these times. : coolguides

Practical Support

Covid-19 Response - Spring 2021  -  The government has published the ‘COVID-19 Response - Spring 2021’, setting out the roadmap out of the current lockdown for England

The Roadmap steps

STEP 1

Food and Supplies for families in need from Roots4Life

Vaccinations for carers - let your GP know if you are a carer

Do you need help because you are self-isolating or vulnerable?

'How to Stay Calm in a Global Pandemic' by Dr Emma Hepburn - free e-book

Positive Parenting in stressful times: Ten Top Tips

Food and PPE equipment delivered by Well Child 

RBG PPE request form

Greenwich Community Hub if you are vulnerable and self isolating

Shout - Here to help for you 24/7 - It is free to text  from all major mobile networks in the UK. Text support for those experiencing a crisis. Crisis Text Line 24/7 85258

AccessAble - Information about disabled access and a range of accessible facilities within Greenwich including places of interest within the borough. Information supplied by AccessAble (previously Disabled Go)

Travel Buddies - Exciting new Travel Buddy Focus Group. Sign up here

Mumsaid - Online advice and support for new mums - 07758763908 

Free Book for Children on COVID-19

NHS Coronavirus Factsheet for Kids

Audible stories for children 

charlie mackesy on Twitter: "Hold on.… "

Get Championing!   We’re seeking community spirited people to join a team of champions in helping to share key information and advice about coronavirus.

Family Information Service - Advice on a range of issues that affect you and your family

Contact Families Information Service

Telephone: 020 8921 6921

The Point  

Support and advice for young people aged 16 to 19. 

020 8921 8224 

Monday to Friday (9am to 5pm

Easy Read documents

Tips and Resources for children and young people with ASD