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Deaf Parenting UK

Deaf Parenting is a charity which provides a central resource for parents and professionals working with deaf parents and children. The Deaf Parenting website is a central resources of information for deaf parents and professionals working with deaf parents. The aims of Deaf Parenting UK…

Digizen - Internet Safety

Digizen is a website providing information about using the Internet creatively and safely. The aim of Digizen is to strengthen awareness and understanding of what digital citizenship is and encourages users of technology to be and become responsible digital citizens. The Digizen website provides…

Disrespect Nobody

The aim of the campaign is to prevent teenagers from becoming victims and perpetrators of rape, sexual violence and abuse.  It will encourage teenagers to re-think their views of rape, sexual assault, violence and abuse and direct them to places for help and…

Do-it

Launched in 2000, Do-it.org is the most diverse and comprehensive national database of volunteering opportunities in the UK. The opportunities are provided by nearly 50,000 organisations around the country, including Volunteer Centres, national, and local charities and community groups. Do-it.org provides details of around one…

Domestic Violence and Abuse - Leaflet

Are you afraid of someone close to you? Being scared, humiliated or controlled are not how you should be feeling in a relationship. Domestic abuse can be physical violence. It can also be psychological, emotional, sexual or financial. If you think you are in…

Domestic Violence Intervention Project

This service provides advice and support to families affected by domestic violence.  Anyone can contact this service. This service offers support to: perpetrators of domestic violence with linked partner support; supervised contact; Arabic speakers service young people experiencing  relationship violence; and support with adolescents.…

Early Help Services - Siward Road

This is a multi-agency centre where specialist teams from Early Help Service, Health and voluntary organisations are based. They offer support to young children and their families who have emerging Social Communication concerns, complex medical needs and disabilities. The aim is to ensure, through early…

Early Support (ES)

Wandsworth's Early Support (ES) service is available to disabled children aged 0-5 years living in Wandsworth with complex developmental and medical needs. To qualify for ES a child needs to have: Currently be under the age of 5 years Have the support of three or more specialist services…

Early Years Education Advisory and Inclusion Service

This service, provided by Wandsworth Council, is for Wandsworth’s private, voluntary and independent sector early years providers, which are registered with either Ofsted or a childminder agency.  These providers, which include day care nurseries, pre-school playgroups, and childminders offer services to children from 0-5 years…

Education Action Challenging Homophobia (EACH)

EACH is a multi award-winning charity which works to affirm the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people and reduce discrimination experienced because of sexual orientation or gender identity. Each currently offers the following services: creating resources to help schools, organisations and…