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Carshalton College is one of the largest providers of Apprenticeships in South London. Apprentices work towards National Vocational Qualifications (NVQs) by learning on the job and earning a wage at the same time. Industries range between Catering & Hospitality and Engineering with many others on offer. Apprentices…
Carshalton College is a Further Education provider in Sutton offering Full Time, Part Time, Apprenticeships, Undergraduate and Supported Learning courses. To access mainstream courses you will need either Entry Level 3 Qualifications or Grades D to G in your GCSEs. The entry requirements specific to…
020 8544 4444
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.
020 8772 6222
Specialist Supported Accommodation service for adults with autism.
The Children with Disabilities service supports children up to the age of 18 who have learning disabilities, a physical or sensory impairment or who have particular mental health difficulties. We have an obligation to assess the needs of children and young people with disabilities and then to offer support…
020 8545 4200
The CAB provides information, advice and support to anyone and everyone who lives or works in the London Boroughs of Merton and Lambeth. Advice and information for the general public on a range of issues, including housing, benefits, debt, employment rights, immigration and disability. Services are…
0344 243 8430 (advice line)
The Community Outreach Team are based at Leyton Road Community Resource Centre and help people with a learning disability to go out, make friends and enjoy activities in the community.
CDC is the umbrella body for the disabled children's sector. There is an online library of resources that parents can access to find out more about disability policy and practice. The website also provides links to "Where to go for Advice & Support". Guides and links are also…
Dial a Ride is a door to door service for disabled people who cannot use public transport. It is generally best for providing local trips, but longer journeys can often be arranged on request. You will usually be expected to travel with other passengers going…
Dimensions support adults with learning disabilities including autism to live independently, in supported living and residential care homes. This service is for adults and young people of all ages including those with complex needs or challenging behaviour.