Ofsted awards the highest rating to our SEND service in 2024 inspection! Read the full report.

Explore the new Family Hubs digital offer, developed as an expansion of the physical hubs.

Local Offer events

Autistic well-being: how to understand and support good emotional regulation

Join the Haringey Language and Autism Support Team for a free session on useful strategies to promote Autistic joy and well-being to support emotional regulation.

  • Gain valuable insights from families and practitioners
  • Space to share your own experiences and insight with others
  • Engage in meaningful discussions and learn about effective strategies
  • Connect with a supportive community and find guidance for your unique journey

Date: Wednesday 7 February 2024 from 10am to 12 noon. 
Location: Autism Hub, Chad Gordon Campus, 20B Waltheof Gardens, Tottenham, N17 7HS.
To book: complete the form to register for the Autistic well-being session.

If you have any questions, email last@haringey.gov.uk

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Educational Psychologist Webinars

Emotion coaching and emotion literacy: for parents of primary-aged children

In this webinar, an Educational Psychologist from our Haringey Educational Psychologist Service will focus on emotional literacy, attunement and strategies to manage behaviour.

Date: Friday 9 February 2024, 1pm to 2pm.
Location: online.
To book: email sendiass@markfield.org.uk to book.

Understanding and supporting your child’s sleep: for parents of pre-school and primary aged children

In this webinar, an Educational Psychologist from our Haringey Educational Psychologist Service will focus on understanding and supporting your child’s sleep.

Date: Thursday 29 February 2024, 12 noon to 1pm.
Location: online.
To book: email sendiass@markfield.org.uk to book.

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Sensory differences and behaviour seminar with Haringey Occupational Services

Key discussions include:

  • sensory differences in children from the perspective of Occupational Therapy
  • why some children have sensory processing difference
  • what can be done to support these children

Date: multiple dates between January and November 2024
Location: online – Microsoft Teams
To book: Book your place on the sensory differences and behaviour seminar (external link).

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Sunday sessions for Orthodox Jewish children with SEND

The Triangle Centre's Family Hub hosts a weekly Sunday step-by-step session for Orthodox Jewish children with SEND. The sessions enable children with SEND to spend their Sundays playing with friends, learning new skills and having fun with their parents and carers.

Contact Ruchi Kahan if you would like any further information on these sessions:

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Hearing Support Group for Deaf babies and toddlers

The Sensory Support Team hosts fortnightly sessions for Deaf babies and toddlers and their parents/carers who live in Haringey and Enfield.

Date: fortnightly on Tuesdays from 10am to 11.30am.
Location: Woodside Children's Centre, 59 White Hart Lane, N22 5SJ.
To book: sessions are by appointment only – please get in touch with sabrina.healy@haringey.gov.uk to book.

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Nurture SEND Stay and Play drop-in sessions 

A welcoming space for children to access sensory and messy play while developing their social skills.

Date: every Friday from 10am to 11.30am.
Location: Woodside Children's Centre, 59 White Hart Lane, N22 5SJ.
To book: see the Woodside Children's Centre and Noel Park Hub activities page for details and to contact the centre.

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Digital Inclusion Workshop for 16+

Learn digital skills to help you stay connected, independent and safe!

Disability Action Haringey is hosting digital inclusion workshops from 16 January to April 2024 for those aged 16+.

Everyone is welcome, and you learn at your own pace.

Date: workshops from 16 January to April 2024
Location: 195 High Road London N22 6DP (in the arcade by Wood Green Library).
To book: book your place on the Digital Inclusion Workshop on Eventbrite (external link).

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Haringey Children's Centres

Haringey has many children's centres with access to family-friendly support services, job opportunities and training support, and a friendly place to play, learn and connect with the community.

To view events and the monthly timetables at your local centre, click on the centre's name, and then click the 'see the list of activities' button.

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Haringey SEND Parent Carer Forum (SEND Power)

The Haringey SEND Parent Carer Forum offers supportive and empowering events for parents and carers of children or young people with Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities (SEND).

Visit the SEND Power page on the Bridge Renewal Trust website (external link) for a full list of events.

You can contact SEND Power by email at sendpcf@bridgerenewaltrust.org.uk or hello@sendpowerinharingey.org

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Haringey Walks

Haringey Walks would like to offer more weekly walks in the borough for disabled people and their families.

For more information on the wellbeing and community walks, as well as walk leader training or any other questions about walks in Haringey, please contact Anita, Walks Co-ordinator:

All the wellbeing walks listed run every week (come rain or shine) except for Bank Holidays or due to the walk leaders’ ill health/holidays.

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Sanjuro Martial Arts

Inclusive free taster class at the Autism Hub

  • When: First Saturday of every month, 2 to 3pm

Everyone is welcome.

Come along and try the class. Your instructor is Anthony and you can work together to develop the class.

“This Sanjuro Inclusion class has been developed with and for autistic and other neurodivergent adults”

Contact Mikayla to book your FREE place:

All instructors are DBS checked.


#ActuallyHaringey Autism Hub
Chad Gordon Campus
20B Waltheof Gardens
N17 7HS

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Page last updated:

January 31, 2024