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Work Choice

Work Choice is a government scheme to help you get and keep a job if you’re disabled and find it hard to work. It’s voluntary - you don’t have to do it. The type of support you get depends on the help you need. This…

Paediatric Community Dietitian

This service is provided by two teams of Registered Dietitians who offer assessment, treatment and advice to people requiring dietary modifications in order to maintain and promote optimum health. This service is for children aged 0-19 with developmental needs and registered…

Fearless

Fearless is a site where children and young people can read and look at non-judgemental information and advice about crime and criminality. The service allows you to pass on information about crime 100% anonymously. This means you don't have to give us any personal details. This website is…

Wandsworth Youth Council

Tuesday evenings, 5:15-7:15pm
This is a group of 30 young people making sure young people's voices are heard by politicians and decision makers. If you are aged 11-18, or up to 25 if you have special educational needs, and live, study or work in Wandsworth, you can: …

Missing People

Missing People is a charity which offers support, advice and practical help if someone you love has gone missing. Missing People offers free confidential support help and advice by: phone; email;

Dadinfo

Dadinfo offers free expert advice and support for fathers. This service is aimed at fathers and male carers. Family topics include: fatherhood; separation; relationships; money; Child Maintenance; health;

Southall Black Sisters

Southall Black Sisters is a not-for-profit organisation set up in 1979 to meet the needs of black (Asian and African–Caribbean) and ethnic minority women. Anyone can call this service for advice. The service offers information and support on issues such as: domestic violence; sexual…

NHS Choices - Being a young carer

NHS Choices contains information from the National Health Service on conditions, treatments, local services and healthy living. This section is written for and about young people who are caring. This section helps young people find out if they are…

The Care Act 2014

From April 2015 the Care Act 2014 will become law.  The Care Act  modernises English adult (over 18 year olds) social care law. Key areas of change for April 2015 include: General responsibilities on local authorities including promoting people’s wellbeing, focusing on prevention and…

Debt Advice - Benefit Entitlement Guide

Debt Advice Foundation Benefit Entitlement Guide helps people to understand how to claim any benefits they may be entitled to get for either themselves or their family. This website is for anyone who may be able to claim benefits to help their…