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If you are aged 11 – 19 (25 with special education needs or disabilities) and a young person who live works, studies or socialises in Merton we want to hear from you! These area youth forums are a safe place for young people to come…
020 8545 4959
The Ark is a preschool in Mitcham offering full day care for children aged 2 to 5 years. It also offers wraparound care, which is care for children aged 3 to 4 before or after time spent in nursery class at Sherwood Primary School
Workshop 305 Community Interest Company provides arts and crafts workshops to adults with disabilities aged 18 and over. Workshop 305 Community Interest Company can also offer after school, evening and weekend workshops for children with disabilities.
Ashcroft is a provider of services to people with learning disabilities and associated challenging behaviour in the South East. Supported Living accommodation and residential care are just two of Ashcroft services. Support can also be provided to support people in their own homes.
AskSARA is a website that helps you find useful information about products that make daily living easier. AskSARA is an online self-help tool that asks some simple questions about you and your environment, and based on your answers it will give you: Ideas and tips…
Ataxia UK is the leading national charity for people with ataxia, a group of neurological conditions that affect walking, speech and movement. Ataxia UK offer a range of free information resources and publications, and support regular events around the country. Grants are available to help…
The Autism Project (TAP) is a full time 2 year employment programme for young people on the autism spectrum who would like work but need more confidence, support, skills and experience. We use a module based learning system so students can start at the beginning…
The Autism Trust provides an ASD friendly, real working environment, fostering independence and building work skills for individuals aged 16 years and older, with autism. This can be achieved through work experience or where applicable participation in the ASDAN Employability programme.
The Avenue Children's Centre in West Wimbledon offers services for parents and carers from pregnancy through to the end of their child's reception year at school.
A childminder based in Mitcham, Ayesha says "I have an M.Phil in Human Development and Family studies and am currently completing a Sand Play Therapy course. I have a small sand room (therapy) in my house. I love working with young children and planning educational activities for them.…