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  1. What is the 'Early Help Service'?

    Early Help in Kensington and Chelsea is a way of getting extra support when needed. Our integrated 0-19 (25 with SEND) service aims to help families when difficulties first begin so that we can support them with finding solutions quickly. Through our Family Hub Model,…
  2. What we expect from schools and settings around SEND

    We expect every early years provider, state-funded mainstream and special school and post 16 setting to make effective education for children with special educational needs and disability so that they make good progress in their learning and, in the long-term, can become independent and gain…
  3. Who we are and what we do

    The DOT is part of a ‘public health’ approach in Kensington and Chelsea to tackle serious youth violence and we mostly support children and young people aged between 11-19 years. The majority of our work is focussed upon helping children and young people who are…
  4. Worried about a child?

    Getting help Safeguarding children is everybody’s responsibility. It is important to act fast if you suspect abuse as some signs of abuse can disappear quickly. If you feel urgent action is needed contact the police on 999.If you are worried that a child or young person…
  5. Young people's hub

    Welcome to our Young People's hub! If you are a young person up to the age of 19 (or up to the age of 25 if you have additional needs) and would like to be up-to-date about matters that concern you, this is the place…
  6. Youth clubs

    Here you can find information about youth clubs in the borough: Rugby Portobello youth club Harrow youth club Dalgarno youth programme Earls Court youth club Baraka Community Association Al-Manaar youth development innitiative
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