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Visually Impaired Girls Multi Sport Club

Wednesdays: 4:30 - 6:00pm. See below for dates.
Come along and enjoy and day of multi sport activities at Linden Lodge! This day is for: girls aged 11 - 16 years old; and girls who are visually impaired. For more information please contact Chris on the contact details below.

Visually Impaired Tennis

Every other Tuesday: 7:00 - 8:30pm
Do you have a visual impairment? Do you enjoy tennis? Come along to these sessions and play tennis! These sessions are: for any age; and held every other Tuesday from 26 April 2016 If you have any questions please get in contact with…

VoiceAbility (Wandsworth Advocates)

VoiceAbility provides a range of independent advocacy services for people living in the borough. Advocacy ensures people who might otherwise be unable to can speak out, know their rights and have control over their life decisions.The project works with people…

WAAS Online Solution Circles

In response to the need for more direct intervention Wandsworth Autism Advisory Service (WAAS) are introducing “Online Solution Circles” which will be led by members of the psychology team and will bring together parents and professionals to find solutions to “stuck situations”. These are being…

WAAS Themed Coffee Mornings

Wednesday 27 May 11am
We are re-introducing our monthly coffee mornings. These will take place online on the last Wednesday of the month at 11.00am. Each session will have a different theme. The first session will take place on Wednesday 27 May and the theme will be “Preparing children…

WAAS Videos- Timers, Now and Next Boards and Timetable

Here are three short videos made by Wandsworth Autism Advisory Service.  They are about using some tools to support your autistic child. They also show you how you can make your own ones. Click on the titles to watch them on YouTube. Timers

WAAS Webinars on managing challenging behaviour

9:30am to 10am on Wednesday 20 May, Wednesday 27 May and Wednesday 3 June 2020
Following the postponement of  Wandsworth Autism Advisory Service's (WAAS)  Parent/Carer training around managing challenging behaviour that had been scheduled for March they have adapted this to create a shorter training course that is suitable to be delivered online. The training consisted of 3 online sessions on Wednesday…

The Walcot Foundation

The Walcot Foundation is an independent grant-making foundation. They aim to break the cycles of financial deprivation for people living in Lambeth. Who can apply? Men or women at least 18 years of age on a low income, living in the Borough of Lambeth.  People currently…

Walk4Life

Short volunteer led walks around Wandsworth. Suitable for everyone, particularly those that would like to be more active. Benefits include: improving health and fitness; improving mental wellbeing; meet new people; and reduce risk of health problems. Please arrive 5 minutes before…

WAND and WAND+ card holders can park in Battersea Park car parks for free to end August 2020

WAND and WAND+ card holders, or their parents or carers, can park for free, when they bring the WAND/WAND+ card holder to the Park.  This is an extension of the 2018/19 Summer Pilot scheme and now extends to the end of August 2020.  Display your WAND/WAND+ wallet on your dashboard…