PLEASE NOTE: Organisations listed are not endorsed or recommended by the NAS Sutton Branch or the NAS. You should always ensure that any service, activity or therapy that you are considering for yourself or your child / young person is appropriate to their needs and that the provider is a fit and proper person to deliver such services.
NAS Education Rights Service 0808 800 4102
The NAS Education Rights Service provides impartial, confidential information, advice and support on education rights and entitlements for parents and carers of pre-school and school-age children with autism to help them get the educational support their child needs.
Sutton Autism Spectrum Advice Service aims to develop the expertise and awareness of schools and other educational settings so that they can provide an environment in which children and young people with autism can progress and thrive.
The Service develops the capacity of schools and educational settings in a number of ways
Observation, consultation and an Intervention Plan which is then evaluated by school and returned. This may trigger further support and advice
Providing training for whole staff or surgeries to small groups of staff as part of Continuing Professional Development ( CPD )
Offering teacher observations and support with planning a differentiated curriculum
Parent Programmes (see Parent Training and Info)
If you feel your child needs extra support in their educational setting please speak to your school SENCo about getting a referral to the ASD Service or contact them for a chat on 0208 770 6618.
Sutton IAS Service (Formerly Parent Partnership) 0208 7704541 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sutton IAS Service, formerly the Sutton Parent Partnership Service, provides confidential, impartial, information, advice and support to parents/carers, children and young people with special educational needs and disability (SEND).
Special Educational Needs Team Tel: 0208 770 6507
Sutton Parents Forum works alongside the Sutton Disability Partnership Board and other decision making groups to inform service providers of the needs of all disabled children, young people and their families in Sutton.
SOS!SEN http://www.sossen.org.uk/ National Helpline: 020 8538 3731
SOS!SEN offer a free, friendly, independent and confidential telephone helpline for parents and others looking for information and advice on Special Educational Needs (SEN).
We concentrate on helping people to find their way through the legal and procedural maze which is so daunting to so many who try to obtain satisfactory provision for a child’s special needs. They also run local drop in advice centres at Thornton Heath, East Molesley and New Malden.
Educational Psychology Service Tel: 0208 770 6780
Sutton Educational Psychology Service (EPS) works with children, young people, families, schools and other practitioners to encourage the educational, social and emotional growth and development of children and young people. The EPS provides guidance and support to schools on a range of issues, including raising the achievement of pupils, particularly those with special educational needs (SEN).
IPSEA (National charity offering parents support on special needs) https://www.ipsea.org.uk/
IPSEA provides families with independent legally based information, advice and support to help get the right education for children with all kinds of special educational needs. Services include downloadable resources, advice line, SEN tribunal helpline and tribunal support.
Redfern Psychology is an Independent Practice of highly experienced Clinical Psychologists and a Child Psychotherapist. We cover South-East London, Sutton, Coulsdon, Croydon and the surrounding areas. We work at our clinic base, in family homes and with schools.
We have a team of professionals with over 20 years experience, the majority of which has been in NHS Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS). All of us have previously worked at Sutton CAMHS. Some of our clinicians have Private Healthcare Provider Recognition.
We provide diagnostic assessments and advice about management for problems including: Autism Spectrum conditions, examination/ college or school stress, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), low self-esteem, feeding and sleep problems, parenting difficulties, tantrums and behaviour problems, parent-baby bonding problems, depression, problems with friends, anxiety and panic, Obsessive – Compulsive Disorder (OCD), toileting problems.
http://www.redfernpsychology.org/ Tel: 07774 222241