If your child is at home and you think they may have a learning difficulty or disability,you should talk about your concerns with your:
Other professionals may become involved in helping your child. These are some examples.
From the local education authority
From the primary care trust (health)
These people will assess your child and may suggest extra help. Some of them will work with you at home to help you with exercises to develop your child’s skills.
Telephone: 020 8831 6298
This service provides:
Richmond AID are an independent charity providing impartial advice, support and guidance to disabled people and their families. The access service supports parent carers of children with additional needs from birth to 18 years.
For further details on local specialist services and providers you can also visit www.accessinfoservice.com.
Telephone: 020 8831 6076
Updated: 12 October 2015