SEN-den is a fully independent community business. We charge for all the services that we offer families; this enables us to cover our running costs, pay for our premises and ensure we remain viable.
If you are looking to access free services, then please contact the statutory and charity providers below, or check out their websites for further information.
Enfield Advisory Services for Autism (EASA)
This service is Enfield’s “go-to” statutory service for all things autism-related and is fully funded by LBE. EASA aims to provide comprehensive advice, guidance and training for all those working with or caring for children and young people with autism. EASA provides a range of workshops and coffee mornings for parents, both pre- and post-diagnosis.
Here is a link to information and resources for parents Enfield Advisory Service for Autism – Information for Parents & Carers about Autism Support in Enfield (enfieldasa.org.uk)
Cheviots Children’s Centre / Disability Service
Cheviots has an amazing team and some great facilities and services for disabled children. To find out if your family is eligible to receive support from Cheviots, you can request an assessment by emailing: email@example.com
Enfield Carers Centre
Enfield Carers Centre (ECC) is a local charity offering support and advice for all unpaid carers in the London Borough of Enfield – this includes parents and carers of autistic children.
London Borough of Enfield’s Local Offer for Special Educational Needs and Disability
There is a wealth of information on this website, including other local and national service providers who may be able to offer your family support. Pages can be translated into a diverse range of community languages via the “Select Language” option at the top of the page.
National Autistic Society
The National Autistic Society is a fantastic charity and has a number of branches scattered across the country offering local support. Below is a link to the Enfield Branch of the National Autistic Society (ENAS)
Our Voice is a parent–led organisation working with parents and carers, as well as the statutory and voluntary sectors, to improve services for children and young people with disabilities or special educational needs in the borough of Enfield. Our Voice sends out a weekly newsletter and holds a range of events through the year.
The Enfield Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Information Advice and Support Service (SENDIAS Service) is a confidential service (now being hosted by local charity Centre 404 since November 2021) that provides information, advice and support for children and young people with Special Educational Needs and their parents. The link below provides an overview of their services and some useful resources, plus the new contact details.
Zebra’s Children and Adults Charity
Zebra’s helps people in many areas of their life, from physical and emotional wellbeing to occupational and financial. Zebra’s promotes independence , encourages self advocacy and aims to empower people to live their life their way.