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The Danebury Avenue Surgery

The Danebury Avenue Surgery offers a variety of services, including specialist clinics.To attend the Danebury Avenue Surgery, you must live in the catchment area and register with a GP there.Contact the GP surgery and ask to register with them. They…

Danielle Manning (Childminding@Danielle's)

Childminder
Hello. My name is Danielle and I am an Ofsted registered childminder based in Southfields/Wimbledon Park area. I have two children of my own aged 7 (boy) and 14 (girl) who are both in full time education. We live in a 3 bed house with a secure…

Daughters of Eve

Daughters of Eve is a non profit organisation that works to protect girls and young women who are at risk from female genital mutilation (FGM).  Daughters of Eve works to advance and protect the physical, mental, sexual and reproductive health rights…

Day Lewis Pharmacy 145 Franciscan Road - welcomes WAND Card holders

WAND Card holders are welcome at this pharmacy.As with any new place you are taking your child or young person, it can be a good idea to: call ahead and find out when the shop will be quiet and…

DCR and WAND Parent Champions FAQs

FAQs for WAND Parent Champions Link To Parent Data Collection Form A)       About the DCR and WAND card, or being a Parent Champion: Q. What if I have a query about any of the services on offer that I cannot answer? Refer the…

DCR and WAND Parent Champions Films

Two short films about the work of the Wandsworth Parent Champions Project have been made for the Family & Childcare Trust Parent Champions Conference in March 2015 and 2016.  To see the latest film, click here To see the earlier film, click…

DCR, WAND and WAND+ Team

The DCR, WAND and WAND+ Team are part of Wandworth's SEND Strategic Planning and Local Offer Team.  This team manages the Disabled Children's Register (DCR) and runs the WAND and WAND+ card schemes. This team arranges activities and events for DCR members, WAND and WAND+…

Deaf Children, Young People and Family Service

This community and outpatient service offers assessment and treatment to deaf children and young people (aged up to 18 years) and their families, and hearing children of deaf adults in the Community who are experiencing emotional, behavioural and mental health difficulties. The…

Deaf Drop-in Service, Wandsworth Adult Social Services

Tuesdays: 10:00am - 12noon and 1:00 - 3:00pm
This is a service that provides advice, information and access to communication for people who are deaf and or hard of hearing. This Service is for people who live in Wandsworth who are deaf or hard of hearing  Services include help with:

Deaf First

Deaf First provide courses specifically for Deaf students, college staff and communication professionals, including British Sign Language (BSL) courses. This service offers support for students who may need: a notetaker; a lipspeaker;