Skylarks (was me too & co)

Local Offer

Skylarks (was Me too & Co) is an independent charity to provide support and information for parents and carers of children with any additional needs and/or disabilities, as well as providing play and therapy sessions for the children and their siblings. 

We offer support and a wide range of workshops, therapies and training.  Most of our services are free to parents and are in the term time only.  We are based in Twickenham but there are no geographical or borough limits on where our families live.  Children do not need a statement or EHC Plan or even a formal diagnosis to access our services and families do not need to be referred by a professional.

We run drop-in sessions on Tuesday afternoons and Friday mornings during term time at our centre in Twickenham.  At these sessions we provide a wide range of services, therapies and activities, both for the children who have additional needs, for their siblings and for their parents.  Some of these activities need to be booked in advance, most do not.  We always have a play room with a wide range of toys for children of different ages and we provide tea, coffee and a listening ear to parents.

We are there from 930 to 12 on Fridays and from 230 to 530 on Tuesdays in term time.  We also offer occasional activities at other times away from our usual venue.

Service details

Parental supervision
May be required
Age Range

SEND information 

SEND Details

There are different activities for a wide range of needs and also for siblings and parents.

Where to go

Name of venue
The Crossway Centre
Venue address
306 Richmond Road

Who to contact

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