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21 and 31 Budge Lane, Mitcham (residential care)

This service is part of the Local Offer
Located in a quiet, residential area 21 and 31 Budge Lane are detached, purpose-built residential care homes with large back gardens.  Residents are supported to take part in the local community with Budge Lane having numerous public transport links.  Support is available 24/7.
 0333 405 1030

Access to Work - for people who are disabled or have a health condition

If you’re disabled or have a physical or mental health condition that makes it hard for you to do your job, you can: talk to your employer about changes they must make in your workplace get extra help from Access to Work, including mental health…

AccessAble - accessibility guide to local and national venues

This service is part of the Local Offer
AccessAble provides an online guide to how accessible services are.  AccessAble is here to take the chance out of going out. To give you the information and detail you need to work out if a place is going to be accessible for you. We've surveyed 10,000s of…

ADDISS - ADHD Information Services

This service is part of the Local Offer
The National Attention Deficit Disorder Information and Support Service, ADDISS organises local and national seminars and provides information, support, training and resources on ADHD for parents, health workers and teachers. ADDISS works closely with a number of local support groups and can refer parents to…
 020 8952 2800

Adult Social Care Learning Disabilities (Transitions Team)

This service is part of the Local Offer
This service supports young people with learning disabilities between the ages of 18 and 25 although it assesses young people with complex needs from age 14 onwards. Please see separate guidance on transitions from children to adult social care services. Our team includes two dedicated social…

Adults First (a project of Merton Mencap)

This service is part of the Local Offer
A Merton Forum for carers of adults with a learning disability. The aim of Adults First is to provide an environment of mutual support and education for carers, providing workshops and other support activities, to support them to achieve a better life for their son/daughter…

Ashcroft - Support for Living

This service is part of the Local Offer
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.

The Autism Project - CareTrade Charitable Trust

This service is part of the Local Offer
The Autism Project 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 of…

Barnardo's

This service is part of the Local Offer
Barnardo's is one of the UK's leading children's charities.  Services include counselling for children who have been abused, vocational training, disability inclusion groups and short breaks for disabled children plus many more. Barnardo's also offer parenting support.   
 020 8550 8822 (Head office)  020 8551 6870 (London region)

The British Institute of Learning Difficulties (BILD)

This service is part of the Local Offer
BILD is a national charity committed to improving the lives of people in the UK with a learning disability by enabling them to take charge of their lives and become part of an inclusive society. They offer training for parents and professionals, publish booklets and leaflets…
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