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Raynes Park Library offers DVDs, books, large print and talking books for hire; reference books; photocopying, scanning, fax and printing facilities; study space; public computer terminals with free internet access; hall hire; information service and leaflets; newspapers and magazines; community noticeboards; toilets and baby changing…
An inclusive youth club session run by UPTOWN Youth Club. Arts & Crafts Computer Games Pool Table Tennis Music Studio Indoor and outdoor activities Keep fit, Baking/Cooking Trips out Training opportunities Group discussions Young people from UPTOWN's mainstream youth club volunteer to befriend young people in this session and…
07957 112 260
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.
The sensory room has bubble tubes, a projector, fibre optics, music, soft mats and shapes, various moveable colour-changing blocks and other sensory toys. There is also a fitted heater so the room is nice and warm for small babies. Staff will support you to use…
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.
The Squad runs Thursday night clubs for people with learning disabilities and is based in Wimbledon. Our club nights are fun-packed and educational and our members enjoy socialising with their friends whilst also trying out new experiences. The club is split into 2 age groups:…
Supported Gym Get active with the help of a friendly personal trainer on hand each week. Ideal for those who are unsure of their ability or feel worried about working out in a gym setting.
Sutton Eagles FC is run by parents, but with coaching provided by qualified coaches. Children with special needs in Sutton and the surrounding area have the opportunity to play football and develop their social and physical skills. The scheme sets out to provide children with…
Team Motivation is a service for people aged over 16 living with a disability or mental illness who need a little help getting active and involved in their local area. Do you feel anxious about starting something new? Don’t want to go alone? Don’t know…