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A preschool in the Wimbledon Chase area of Merton.
Join the musical fun with Elinor & Leila! Caterpillar Music Wimbledon offers interactive music classes for babies and toddlers in Wimbledon and South Wimbledon. Join us for rhythm & rhyme, music & movement, and playing with real instruments. Each week we explore a new theme with…
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A childminder based in Raynes Park. Catherine works together with Lauren Dodd, who is her childminding assistant.
Caudwell Children provide family support services, equipment, treatment and therapies for disabled children and their families across the UK. The Charity's Family Support Service helps families by providing practical and emotional support in the home.
The Card enables a disabled cinema goer to receive a complimentary ticket for their companion when they visit a participating cinema. The Card is also a way for cinemas to ensure they look after their disabled guests. Eligibility criteria includes being in receipt of the…
Certitude provides personalised support for people with learning disabilities, autism and mental health needs. Services on offer include accommodation, education & training, respite and short breaks. Comprehensive information is available on the website.
Challengers Playschemes are for disabled and non-disabled children ages 4-12 and run at weekends, after school and in school holidays all through the year at our playcentres and community venues. At Challengers Playschemes there are lots of staff so that you can leave your child…
Challengers Youthschemes are for young people aged 13-18 offering a programme of activities and trips out - for example, trips to London, skiing, swimming, bowling, cinema, lunch out at Pizza Express and more. As well as this, there is also time to hang out and…
The Charity for people with severe learning disabilities, whose behaviour challenges. The Family Support Service provides free information about challenging behaviour and can signpost to other specialist organisations. The Family Carers' Email Network puts families in contact with other people in the same situation and…
The Change Foundation is a local charity that uses sport to change young people's lives and improve their physical and emotional health. Girls Win is a programme for young women with a disability aged 16 to 19. This free, inclusive sports and games club offers regular female-only…