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Home Start - Bump to baby

Home Start places volunteers with parents in their own homes.  Volunteers may offer emotional as well as practical support to parents who are experiencing isolation, post natal illnesses, bereavement, multiple births or any other issue affecting their family. Bump to Baby - home visiting support

Home Start Wandsworth - Coronavirus

We have adapted our services and are currently open to new referrals. Click here for our online referral form. Please be aware that due to covid control measures we are not operating our traditional home-visiting service.   Our experienced staff are able to match families with our friendly trained…

Homeshare for Families

Share & Care Homeshare Ltd has launched a new homeshare service to give affordable support to families who have children or young adults with physical disabilities or learning difficulties such as Autism, ADHD and Downs Syndrome. The service is available to families in England, Wales…

Independent Support Scheme

Wandsworth's Independent Support Scheme is for young people, 16 to 25 years old, with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND) and their parents and carers, who are having assessments for Education Health and Care (EHC) Plans. This includes personal budgets, direct payments and all related matters.  It is available from ;…

Latin American Disabled People's Project

Latin American Disabled People's Project provides advice and support for disabled Spanish and Portuguese speaking people, their carers and families. Typically, most of their members: are asylum seekers, refugees and migrants; live in households in receipt of means-tested benefits and haven't…

Learning Disability Register

People with a learning disability can join the learning disability register at their GP practice, meaning they will be offered extra support to make things a bit easier. And, importantly, it means it's possible to get an Annual Health Check too. You can find…

Looking After Me (LAM) Course

This is a free course from the Expert Patients Program for adult carers with long term health conditions, or whose health is affected by their caring role.  It is led by trained tutors who have experience of caring for a relative. The course…

Love to Learn

Love to Learn offers support and advocacy enabling young people to access educational rights and opportunities, enjoy learning, and have the confidence and aspiration to fulfil their potential. Love to Learn works with children and young people from refugee backgrounds and their families and…

Matter

Matter is an online space created by the Carers Trust as an information and advice resource for young adult carers aged 16 - 25. Young adult carers can use this resource to get advice on: Their rights as a carer benefits and finances working…

Merton and Southwest London Dyslexia Association

This association provides a meeting place where adult dyslexics, from 16 years upwards, can come together and exchange ideas and experiences - both good and bad. At each meeting a speaker talks on different aspects of dyslexia and offers some practical advice on how to…