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Entering the workplace when you have a disability

In this video Subreana Joseph, a social work manager at Wandsworth Council and Eleanor Thain talk to young people about entering the workplace if you have a disability. For more videos please visit our YouTube channel and subscribe. Do you have an idea for…

Exam Results support from Wandsworth Ambitions Careers Cluster

Wandsworth Council and South Thames College are jointly running this project to improve careers advice and employment support for local young people. Contact them if you are not sure what to do next.  There are many ways to get your career going and you might…

Frances Taylor Foundation

The Frances Taylor Foundation offers a wide range of social care and support services, all aiming to work in person centred ways. We work in Liverpool and Merseyside, Brighton and Hove, and Greater London. Some services were established many years ago, and were further developed…

Free Road Tax for People with a Disability

Vehicles exempt from vehicle excise duty or road tax.If you have a child aged three or over who qualifies for the Disability Living Allowance (DLA) mobility component at the higher rate, or receive enhanced rate mobility component of Personal Independence Payment (PIP)…

Free2learn

Free2 learn offer a wide variety of vocational training courses at their base in Croydon for young people aged 19-24 years old. Vocational training courses can lead to apprenticeships and employment opportunities. Courses offered include security, forklift training, business administration, retail, hospitality and construction trades.…

Free2Talk 1:1 mentoring from Free2B

Free2Talk is a 1:1 mentoring service for young people aged 13-18, supported by Free2B.  Free2B is a London based Community Interest Company with the aim of supporting lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals, those questioning their sexuality &/or gender, plus individuals who define themselves by alternative…

Frontier Support Services

Frontier Support Services provides home care and supported living services for people over the age of 18 with learning disabilities, mental health issues, autistic spectrum disorders including Asperger’s, physical disabilities, and emitted challenging behaviour.The service also provides support that is gender-specific and culture…

Furzedown Youth Centre

This is a place where young people can go to learn, have fun and relax. It is for children and young people aged 11-19 years old. At the youth club young people can: Meet friends Use the IT suite and music studio Play sports such…

The GAP Youth Club

The GAP offers a safe, social space for LGBTq (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or questioning their sexuality) young people to meet up, providing access to group activities and workshops as well as providing one-to-one support and advice.The Youth Club is for young people aged 13-19 years…

Generate

Generate's mission is to create better days and better lives for people with a learning disability by working together with them and the people who know them well.  It is our intention to provide purpose, develop independence and encourage connections through people, places and activity.…