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National Careers Service

The National Careers Service (formerly Next Step) provides information, advice and guidance to help you make decisions on learning, training and work opportunities. The service offers confidential, helpful and impartial advice, supported by qualified careers advisers.  The service can be…

Carers Allowance

This is a benefit for parents and carers who look after a disabled child or adult for at least 35 hours a week.  The disabled person must get Disability Living Allowance (DLA) at the middle or higher rate for personal…

Child Benefit

Child Benefit is a tax-free payment that parents claim for their children.  There are separate rates payable for each child. Child Benefit payments usually stop when the child reaches 16, unless they are in education or training.  It is not paid beyond age…

Scope’s Online Community

Scope’s online community is a place for disabled people, parents and carers to share experiences and swap practical information. The community offers a unique tips section, with hundreds of practical suggestions from people with first-hand experience of disability. 

Sexual Health South West London (SHSWL)

Website that guides people to free sexual health services in southwest London. The services are confidential and free; they include contraception, STI check-ups, HIV testing and sexual health advice. The services are for young people and adults. The website…

Child Support Agency

The Child Support Agency (CSA) provides advice and information on the statutory child maintenance schemes. These are legal processes that enable parents to pay towards the costs of their child(ren) if they are separated. For all children up to the age of…

Child Maintenance Options

Child Maintenance Options is a free service that provides impartial information and support to help separated parents make decisions about their child maintenance arrangements. This impartial information and support service for parents aims to: ensure that parents living apart…

Syndromes Without A Name (SWAN UK)

SWAN UK (Syndromes Without A Name) is a project run by Genetic Alliance UK specifically for families of children with special needs who do not have a specific diagnosis. Offering information and support to families, the project offers a friendly listening ear whilst…

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…

School Travel

The Wandsworth Council works with all primary and secondary schools in the borough to promote green home to school travel, especially walking and cycling. When pupils travel to and from school using green modes of travel, they: help reduce…