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School travel assistance

If your child has special educational needs or a disability, Hounslow council may provide free transport to get them to school. You can find the full policy and information on the Hounslow council site 

Annual health checks

Film about the health check NHS Hounslow CCG has created a film for people with learning disabilities. The film is about why it is important to have a health check every year and what it will be like.  People with learning disabilities have poorer health…

Emotional and mental health

The majority of support within Hounslow for emotional and mental health are services provided by CAMHS for children and young people They can help when we have times in our life when we have worries, stress or feelings of anxiety and talking about these issues may seem…

Vision impairment

If you are concerned about your child's vision contact your gp or a local optician - Children are entitled to a free eye test. Find an Optician If your child is unable to have an eye test at an Opticians due to their needs or…

Potty and toilet training

You can get advice on when and how to potty or toilet train your child from your Health Visitor or local Children’s Centre. We have found 4 websites below where you can get the answers to your questions. The websites will cover things such as: Getting started - when and at…

Finding somewhere to live

How to find your own home if you’re over 18. Finding housing In Hounslow and London there is a shortage of housing making rents expensive. Renting a room in a shared house is usually the most affordable option. Usually this means you would rent a…

Higher education and university

All UK universities can support you if you have special needs and disabilities.  Find a course You can find information about all the courses available to you at the UCAS website Find the university disability officer If you have a disability, mental health condition or learning difficulty…