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Young People as Carers

A young carer is someone up to the age of 18 who cares for a family member or friend with an illness, disability, mental health condition or addiction without being paid. A young adult carer is an unpaid carer who is aged up to 25 years…

Young person's guide to the Children and Families Act 2014

This document is a summary of the main changes and provisions of the act and how they may affect children and families. This document from the Department for Education is intended to be used by young people so every effort has been made to use clear uncomplicated…

YoungMinds

YoungMinds is a leading national charity committed to improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people. The YoungMinds website offers information to children and young people and their parents/carers about mental health and emotional wellbeing. YoungMinds also supports and informs professionals who work with children and…

YoungMinds Parents' Information Service

Young minds parents' information service, provides advice through a helpline. The helpline is dedicated to helping anyone who has concerns about a child or young person's mental health or emotional wellbeing. This service is for parents/carers or anyone who may have concerns about a child…

YoungSibs

YoungSibs website for the brothers and sisters of disabled children. It is part of the Sibs website. Sibs is the UK charity for people who grow up with a disabled brother or sister. YoungSibs has information, help and a chat…

Youth Employment Project

The Youth Employment Project (Y.E.P) support 18-24 year olds who are not in education, employment or training (NEET), to find further education, employment or apprenticeships / training. To be eligible, young people will also need to be one of the following: a young carer;…

Youth Health Jury

­­­Are you 16-24 and want to have a say in the development of health services in Wandsworth? Would you like to influence decisions and tell NHS Wandsworth what young people really want and need? Then Wandsworth Health Jury is the place for you. Wandsworth CCG…

Youth Offending Team

The Youth Offending Team (YOT) work with young people predominantly aged 10-18 years living in Wandsworth who have been, or are at risk of, getting into trouble with the police; who are on bail or remanded in custody; or who have received a court order…

Youth Opportunity Fund

The Youth Opportunity Fund (YOF) is a pot of funding available to young people, aged 11 to 19 years old, or up to 25 with a disability, who live, go to school or attend a youth provision in Wandsworth. Young people can apply for up…