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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…

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…

Your Well-Being Map

Wandsworth Youth Council and Wandsworth CLICK (Children Living in Care Kouncil ) together with Wandsworth's Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) and with support from The Participation People have developed Your Well-Being Map, showing Wandsworth’s Mental Health Services for young people…

yourDSA

This website can help students and their families understand what the disabled students' allowance (DSA) is, how to apply for it, how to arrange a needs assessment, how much funding you will get if you are eligible and much more.  The website includes a Disabled Students' Road…

Youth custody, children and young people with special educational needs

The Children and Families Act 2014 set out a new legal framework for children and young people with SEN  (special educational needs) in youth custody.  This change commenced on 1 April 2015. The attached document from the Council for Disabled Children (CDC) has a range of information for young people, parents/carers,…

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 Legal & Resource Centre

YOUth legal aims to improve the quality of life of vulnerable Young People in South West London by offering independent, free legal advice in social welfare law. YOUth legal focus on young people with disabilities, young carers and care leavers as being the most vulnerable and…

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…

Yvonne Carr Children's Centre

Children’s Centres provide welcoming space where you and your child can have fun and learn. For dads, mums and carers with children aged 0-5.The benefits of attending a Children’s Centre include: making friends; learning to…

‘By the child, for the child’, a short film made by young people about speech therapy

For young people with Speech, Language and Communication needs, secondary school can be particularly demanding. Wandsworth is one of the few Boroughs who are able to support this increasing cohort of pupils by providing specialist SLT services at secondary level.  A selection of Wandsworth pupils…