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The abuse of vulnerable adults takes many forms, e.g. physical, financial, neglect, and can happen in care homes, day centres, hospitals or people's own homes. If you believe a vulnerable adult is being mistreated, neglected or harmed by another person please contact the Safeguarding Adults hotline.…
0845 618 9762 (Safeguarding Adults hotline)
Whether you are a young person with a physical impairment, learning disability or any other condition, Scope's website provides information to support you. There is also a free confidential helpline for all.
SEN Transport supports children and young people, who have an Education Health and Care Plan (EHCP) or Statement of SEN, to travel to and from school.
020 8545 4810
Sense is a national charity that supports people who are deafblind, have sensory impairments or complex needs. Sense has extensive experience in working with parents to help them understand the needs of their child. Sense supports children from 0-18, their families and carers. "We believe that no…
The Specialist Employability Support service supports unemployed disabled adults with complex needs to gain the skills they need to live independent lives and to move into employment. Shaw Trust delivers nationwide. SES is co-financed through the European Social Fund. If you are interested in joining Specialist Employability Support please…
Sky Badger is a charity that finds help and adventure for disabled children and their families all over the UK. The website provides information on everything from holidays, days out, education, finances, medical information etc. with links to support groups and forums.
0845 609 1256 Helpline
Positive activities and opportunities for young people with disabilities aged 12-18 years during holidays, term time evenings and weekends. Referrals for children and young people living in Merton are accepted.
A parent-led website supplying information, resources and training for parents and carers of children and young people with special needs and disabilities. SNJ aims to inform, educate and empower families so their children get the help they need.
TfL can offer advice on planning a journey using an accessible route and can provide a mentor to come with you for your first few journeys to help you gain confidence and become an independent traveller. To find out more complete the online enquiry form. TfL…
Thinking Ahead is an approach to supporting families to talk about and plan for the future, including planning for leaving school and college and thinking about adult life. There are two planning guides to give families information they may need and ideas to encourage conversations.…