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The Incredible Years Baby Programme is for parents and carers and their babies. It gives parents information about how babies grow and develop and how they can support their baby in the early months of their life, including communicating with baby, safety and where to…
The Incredible Years Nursery and Reception Programme provides support for parents and carers to understand their child’s development and how they can best support them. The Incredible Years Nursery and Reception programme helps parents to understand their child’s stages of development. Parents discover different ways…
The Incredible Years Toddler programme supports parents and carers to understand their child’s development and how they can best support them. It helps parents to understand the stages of development of their child. Parents discover different ways of supporting positive behaviour and techniques for managing…
Ivy Gardens Children's Centre in Pollards Hill, South Mitcham, offers services for parents and carers from pregnancy through to the end of their child's reception year at school.
Lavender Steers Mead Children's Centre in Mitcham offers services for parents and carers from pregnancy through to the end of their child's reception year at school. See timetable for full list of services.
Live Well Be Well This class encourages people to think about the food they eat, and the way they keep fit. There is nutritional advice to get you thinking about what you’re putting in your shopping basket, such as how to check food labels, understanding the…
Living made easy is Europe's largest trusted online comparison site for daily living equipment (sometimes known as disability equipment or assistive technology). It is used predominately by disabled adults and children, older people, their families and carers who are looking for equipment to make everyday…
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For young people up to the age of 29 with a vision impairment and parents of a vision impaired child, LOOK is here to help improve self confidence, develop skills and make new connections. The LOOK Helpline provides practical advice, emotional support and information.
Lower Morden Children's Centre offers services for parents and carers from pregnancy through to the end of their child's reception year at school.
MertonVision provides services, information and support to residents of Merton with a visual impairment. Rehabilitation services, community outreach, benefits advice and social activities are but a few of the services on offer.