A centre of excellence in Brent for local children and young people aged 5 – 18, with profound and multiple learning difficulties, complex health needs, physical disabilities and autistic spectrum disorders. They offer opportunities for them to enjoy new experiences and make a positive difference and for parents, in turn, to get the chance for valuable short break.
Library books delivered to your door. This service is for people of all ages who find it difficult to get to a library due to a disability, age related problems, ill-health, caring responsibilities or similar.
Brent SENDIASS is funded by Brent Council and a grant from the Department for Education.
Its role is to empower parents and families of children with SEND to have the confidence and ability to take an active and informed role in their children’s education. They offer impartial and confidential advice, separate from the council, covering educational matters, social care and health entitlements.
A national charity that provides online information and advice to help families find the activities and support that suit their interests, preferences, lifestyle and budget, and that can make adjustments to support any additional needs they have.
Provide information, advice and support to people living with autism (including Asperger syndrome) and their families.
The online discussion forum “Community” is available for carers and relatives to share their thoughts, experiences and ideas, as well as a confidential “Parent to Parent” telephone service (no. 0808 800 4106).
Brent Carers Centre is the leading independent unpaid carer support charity in Brent. Providing support to those who care (including family carers) is a vital part of the service we offer.
If you shop online, consider installing a Shop&Give reminder on your PC, tablet or device. It will enable you to shop at your favourite online store, and raise funds for Brent Carers Centre without it costing you anything extra.