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Tresham Centre for Disabled Children & Young People


Toilet suitable for wheelchair users
Sensory Play Opportunities
Outside Play Opportunities
Qualified first-aider on site
Service/Activity is free
Sensory room available
Sensory toy library available
A personal assistant can be arranged to give extra support for a child with additional needs
Suitable for children and young people with SEND
Communication aids, such as Makaton, are used
Baby changing facilities
Wheelchair accessibile venue
Suitable for an individual with hearing impairment
Changing room with changing bench
Suitable for an individual with vision impairment

The Tresham Centre has been going through some exciting changes including a new sensory room and soft play area, brand new furnishings and toys. This is part of its development into the new flagship service run by Westminster City Council for disabled children and young people (aged 5-18).

It is open 7 days a week during term time, and 5 days a week during holidays.

Local parents asked the council for a space they can call their own and we have worked very hard to provide them with a unique, fun and safe centre that the whole family can enjoy.

 

Meet the team:

Bi-Borough Deputy Operations Manager

Kayleigh Lloyd

Email: klloyd@westminster.gov.uk
Tel: 020 7641 1553


Team Leaders

TBC

Email: 

 

Becky Mclaren

Email: bmclaren@westminster.gov.uk 

 

Michael Rideout

Email: mrideout@westminster.gov.uk   


Inclusion Officer

TBC

Email: 


 



Who to contact

Contact Name
Kayleigh Lloyd
Contact Position
Bi-Borough Deputy Operations Manager
Telephone
 0207 641 1553
E-mail
 klloyd@westminster.gov.uk

Where to go

Name
Tresham Centre for Disabled Children & Young People
Address
27 Tresham Crescent
London
Postcode
NW8 8TW

Other Details

Availability

Referral required
Yes
Referral Details

For referrals, please contact the Short Breaks team by emailing shortbreaksandresources@rbkc.gov.uk or calling 0207 598 4921

Local Offer

Local Offer Record `
Who is this service available to?

Services available for families with children aged 5 to 18 years old. A child with a disability under the age of 18 who is substantially affected in their everyday living by one or more of the following:

  • global developmental delay
  • a learning disability a sensory impairment
  • a physical impairment
  • chronic ill health or medical problems
  • a serious life limiting or terminal illness
  • a severe communication or language disorder
  • an autistic spectrum disorder and who is not able to access other services
Last Updated 06/08/2020

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