Tiny Tots is run by the London Borough of Hounslow Play Team as a play session for disabled children to attend on their own.
At Tiny Tots we are very often the first point of separation between parents and carers of children under 5 with disabilities and our aim is to provide a safe and stimulating play environment for Under 5’s with additional needs.
We provide a variety of sensory toys and activities that gives each child different play opportunities and experiences, assists them to develop an awareness of their surroundings and aids and promotes their development.
Play Team staff work in partnership with Health, Portage, Education and other professionals to ensure that the activities provided are relevant to the child’s abilities and will enhance their development.
The sessions run twice a week during term time with children normally given either Wednesday or Friday and for 4 weeks during the school summer holidays.
The sessions take place either at our purpose built disability centre in Feltham (Reflections) or at one of the many Children’s Centre across the Borough.
Our staff will either have or will be working towards a Level 3 qualification in Childcare and Education as well as being trained in First Aid, Safeguarding, Play Work, Early Years, Inclusion and British Sign Language.
Every member of staff will also have been police checked and will hold a current enhanced DBS.
For more information about Tiny Tots contact Sharon on 020 8893 2429
- Referral required?
- Age Range
Age 1 to 5 years - disabled children
- Additional Information
- All staff have enhanced DBS and a range of qualifications in childcare, play work, safeguarding, first aid, food & hygiene.
- Venue is on one level
- Main doors have wheel chair access
- No doors are automatic
- Two disabled toilets
Where to go
- Name of venue
- Reflections or children centres
- Venue address
- TW14 0LZ
Who to contact
- 020 8893 2429
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