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WorkRight Employment Scheme

The Workright Employment Scheme is run by Wandsworth Council and supports disabled people aged 18 years and over living in the Borough, to gain experience and skills which will help them to get a permanent job and stay in employment. This scheme is for people with physical…

Workshop 305 - Coronavirus

Workshop 305 are closed at the moment but they are busy supporting their service users remotely.  Visit the Projects page on their website for lots of ideas, including Project Packs and Video Workshop guides. *********************************************************************************** Workshop 305 offers a range of arts…

York Gardens Children's Centre

In response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, children's centres in Wandsworth have closed until have further notice.   Children’s Centres provide a welcoming space where you and your child can have fun and learn.For mums, dads and carers with children aged 0-5 years old.

Young Epilepsy

Young Epilepsy is the national charity supporting children and young people aged 25 and under with epilepsy and associated conditions, as well as their families.  We exist to improve the lives of children and young people with the condition to enable them to fulfill their…

Young Epilepsy- Transition Support Programme

Young Epilepsy has a new project offering a FREE support and information service for 10-18 year olds with epilepsy living in London. If you are a young person with epilepsy or their parent and are looking for some support, advice or just someone to talk…

Young Minds Matter CIC

Young Minds Matter CIC, in partnership with Kreative Recruitment Ltd are proud to launch their Digital Pre-Apprenticeship/Employment Programme for Wandsworth, Croydon, Merton, Sutton, Bromley, Greenwich, Lewisham and Bexley jobseekers with health considerations. Young Minds Matter CIC progress 10-25 year olds and their families who are…

Young People as Carers

A young carer is someone up to the age of 18 who cares for a family member or friend with an illness, disability, mental health condition or addiction without being paid. A young adult carer is an unpaid carer who is aged up to 25 years…

Young person's guide to the Children and Families Act 2014

This document is a summary of the main changes and provisions of the act and how they may affect children and families. This document from the Department for Education is intended to be used by young people so every effort has been made to use clear uncomplicated…

YoungSibs

YoungSibs website for the brothers and sisters of disabled children. It is part of the Sibs website. Sibs is the UK charity for people who grow up with a disabled brother or sister. YoungSibs has information, help and a chat…

yourDSA

This website can help students and their families understand what the disabled students' allowance (DSA) is, how to apply for it, how to arrange a needs assessment, how much funding you will get if you are eligible and much more.  The website includes a Disabled Students' Road…