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Wandsworth Early Intervention Service

Wandsworth Early Intervention Service works with adult service users and their carers who have experienced a first episode of psychosis. We are National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) compliant in our interventions and aim for recovery. This service is for Wandsworth residents…

Wandsworth Family Link

This service arranges weekend breaks with a foster carer for children and young people with severe disabilities. The age range catered for is 0-18 years old.The benefits are: the child or young person gets to have…

Wandsworth Health Trainer Programme

Want to follow a healthier lifestyle but don’t know where to start? Health trainers can work with you one-on-one to develop a personal health action plan and provide information on a range of health issues, such as healthy eating, weight management, stopping smoking,…

Wandsworth Housing Benefit

This is a benefit which will help you pay the rent on your home. Housing benefit can pay up to 100 per cent of your rent. This benefit can be paid on either council or private housing.This benefit is for people on low incomes.To…

Wandsworth Housing Department - Young People

Wandsworth Housing Department has a section exclusively for young people. In this section you can find information about housing options, emergency housing and homelessness, help for young parents, help with money and things to do in the local area.This service is…

Wandsworth Housing Options Team

Provides housing advice and assistance to homeless people, residents in social and private housing; and landlords in the private sector.This service is for people aged 16 year and over.This service accommodates the needs of homeless households, providing:

Wandsworth Independent Living Forum (WILF)

WILF seeks to be the voice of disabled people in Wandsworth, promoting awareness, independence, choice, empowerment, and mutual support. The Forum: promotes self directed support (direct payments and individual budgets); provides independent help and advice, local…

Wandsworth Information, Advice and Support Service (WIASS)

WIASS  provide confidential, impartial, information, advice and support to parents/carers, children and young people (aged 0-25) on special educational needs and disability (SEND). WIASS is part of the national Information, Advice and Support Services Network (IASSN for SEND). All WIASS staff are legally trained on…

Wandsworth Lifelong Learning Team

Are you interested in developing your skills?  Improving your health and well-being? Building your confidence? Wandsworth Council Lifelong Learning offers an extensive programme of accredited and non-accredited courses covering a range of areas whether you would like to improve your confidence, job opportunities or health and…

Wandsworth Local Offer on YouTube

We have a range of videos about our SEND local offer on our YouTube channel,  please use the information below to contact the best person; WAND/WAND+ and WikisEleanor Thain - Eleanor.Thain@richmondandwandsworth.gov.uk - 020 8871 8907 Get Set GoTo attend as a visitor, stallholder,…