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Bullying and autism video from Ambitious about Autism

Young people with autism are more likely to be bullied. As part of Anti-bullying Week 2015, Ambitious about Autism have launched this animation to show that you can overcome this and there are people who can support you. Click here to watch the video on…

Burntwood School

Secondary school
Burntwood School is an Academy school for girls aged 11-18.  Burntwood was opened as a new school in September 1986, although there was a school on the site before that time. In the last few years virtually the whole school has been rebuilt and now…

Caius Youth Club

This is a purpose-built youth club where young people can go to learn, have fun and relax.It is for children and young people aged 8-21 years old or up to 25 years old for young people with disabilities. At the youth…

Calculating your leave and pay when you have a child

This is an online calculator that has been developed to help prospective parents work out what their leave and pay entitlements are. Including: if you can get maternity, paternity or shared parental leave how much pay you can get if you take leave the…

CAMHS - Your Well-Being Map - Covid-19

This map has been amended to show how services are being offered during Covid-19. Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) During Covid-19 Crisis: CAMHS services are still receiving referrals and treating young people during Covid-19 Crisis (some treatment will be via telephone and the…

CAMHS - Learning Disability Service - Coronavirus

We appreciate that this is a very worrying time for the families that we see, but want you to know that the team will at all times be working hard to support you and your children as best we can. Appointments We are limiting our…

Can Do - volunteering for disabled people

Leonard Cheshire's Can Do project offers exciting opportunities for 16- to 35‑year-old disabled people to volunteer in their community. Here are five top reasons to join Can Do! learn and develop new skills build self-confidence and independence meet new people and make new friends raise…

CARAS - Community Action for Refugees and Asylum Seekers

CARAS is a community outreach charity based in Tooting. They support people of refugee and asylum-seeking backgrounds who live in South-West London. CARAS works from the perspective that people of refugee background are marginalised in the UK and can and do face a complex range…

The Care Act 2014

From April 2015 the Care Act 2014 will become law.  The Care Act  modernises English adult (over 18 year olds) social care law. Key areas of change for April 2015 include: General responsibilities on local authorities including promoting people’s wellbeing, focusing on prevention and…

Care4me

Care4me is an online directory of community groups run by Lifetimes Charity.  It has information about services in and around Wandsworth. These range from: Advice and Advocacy Benefits and Money Care and Support Caring for Someone Community and Getting Involved to Travel and getting about.…