Kennedy Leigh Family Centre, Hendon

Kennedy Leigh Family Centre, Hendon, London

How to find the Kennedy Leigh Family Centre

Kennedy Leigh Family Centre,
Edgeworth Close,

Phone: 020 8809 8809

Who is this service for?

The Kennedy Leigh Family Centre provides services for children and their families.

What we do

For 0–5 year olds

  • Parent and toddler group ‘2Gether AM & 2Gether PM’ offering painting, arts and crafts, themed play, cooking, soft play and a healthy snack – morning or afternoon sessions available.
  • Parent and toddler group ‘Rainbow Group’ providing yoga sessions for babies and young children with special educational needs and disabilities; soft play and a sensory room for them and their siblings; and emotional and practical support to mums and dads.

For children and young people

  • Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Service providing multi-professional support, including early years support, to children up to the age of 19 who have difficulties in learning and development, language and communication, motor impairment, or emotional, social and behavioural difficulties.
  • ‘Siblings Group’ offering ongoing support for 7–11 year olds who have a sibling with special educational needs and disabilities.
  • Group ‘Stepping Up’ to build confidence and self-esteem of 7–11 year olds going through social and emotional difficulties.
  • Art therapy.

For parents

  • Mum and babies group ‘Twins & More’ offering support to mums who have had twins or triplets – 10–11.30am on Mondays, Wednesdays or Thursdays.
  • Parenting programme ‘Strengthening Families, Strengthening Communities’ to support parents to raise happy and successful children.
  • Benefits and welfare advice on topics such as housing, employment, immigration and debt.

For families

  • Specialist Play Practitioner providing learning opportunities through play for families with children aged 0–11 years with additional needs or disabilities.
  • Practical and emotional support.
  • Confidential advice and care, including home visits.
  • Direct work with children and families with issues including bereavement, abuse and domestic violence, bullying, addiction, family breakdown and financial hardship.