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Blind and Visually Impaired Athletics Sessions Battersea

Free fortnightly athletics sessions at Battersea Park Millennium Arena Athletics Track. Lead by a qualified Blind and Visually Impaired athletics coach and guide runners to support the sessions. Free sessions for all abilities 12 years and above Learn athletics skills in a safe and fun environment, meet…

Caius Youth Club

This is a purpose-built youth club where young people can go to learn, have fun and relax.It is for children and young people aged 8-21 years old or up to 25 years old for young people with disabilities. At the youth…

Can Do - volunteering for disabled people

Leonard Cheshire's Can Do project offers exciting opportunities for 16- to 35‑year-old disabled people to volunteer in their community. Here are five top reasons to join Can Do! learn and develop new skills build self-confidence and independence meet new people and make new friends raise…

Carers Week 2019 with the Parent Champions at Wandsworth Southside

Highlights of the Parent Champions at Wandsworth Southside during Carers Week 2019, they were promoting services and activities for children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities, they were joined by Alaina Digwall from Contact Wandsworth and Cassandra Flavious from the Eary Years and Child Care team. …

Charlie Round-Turner Photography - welcomes WAND Card holders

WAND Card holders are welcome at this photographers.As with any new place you are taking your child or young person, it can be a good idea to: email and ask to speak to the photographer, and ask if…

Chesterton Children's Centre

A message from Wandsworth Children's Centres Dear Parents and Carers, The children’s centres are now delivering a blended programme of virtual and centre based activities for the most vulnerable children livening in the Borough. If you feel you are in need of additional support then…

Children with Disabilities Register (CDR)

Wandsworth's Children with Disabilies Register (CDR) records details of children and young people in the borough who have a physical or learning disability.The voluntary register collects information on children and young people aged 0 - 17.The information is used:

Chrissie's Day Out

Chrissie’s Day Out is a family run registered charity (1172926) by Issy and Oli Wedlake dedicated to supporting adults with Down’s Syndrome by providing social, fun and educational days out. Our vision is to create a world where people with Down’s syndrome can live…

Church Lane Complex Needs Hub

This specialist complex needs hub is for adults aged 18 and over with a learning disability. The Church Lane hub provides a state of the art environment and a range of therapeutic and social projects. It boasts dedicated music therapy, art massage, sensory and physiotherapy…

Cinema Exhibitors' Association Card

This is a national card that can be used to verify that the holder is entitled to one free ticket for a person accompanying them to the cinema. To apply for the card you will need submit proof to show…