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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.
In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, most services at this children's centre have been suspended until further notice Child Health Development Checks and Breast Feeding Support continue to be offered at children's centres in Merton. Please contact your Health Visitor for details on 03300 539264 Midwifery…
Promotes awareness of the specific learning difficulty, dyslexia. Supports parents and shares information about educational needs of children. Offers adult with dyslexia assistance and opportunity for discussion.
Merton Uplift is a free service supporting anyone, over 18, who has a mental health or wellbeing need, whether this is due to emotional difficulties or life stress. Support for mental health and wellbeing is provided through a number of ways including: Self management courses Psychological therapies,…
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.
Service currently not running due to Covid-19 MertonVision has a contract with London Borough of Merton Social Services Children’s Division and Special Educational Needs Team to provide mobility and independence training for children in the borough who have a visual impairment. The aim is to…
Service currently not running due to Covid-19 MertonVision runs a lunch club once a week on a Thursday. A 2 course meal with fruit juice, tea and coffee costs £5. Ring on Monday to book a place. Transport is not provided.
MERU designs and builds assistive equipment for children and young people with disabilities. MERU offer an individual design and manufacturing service of disability products for young disabled people when no other product exists to meet their needs. They can make modifications to existing disability products and…
Mobility Equipment Hire Direct Ltd is a One Stop Shop to hire a wide range of mobility equipment in a variety of destinations from anywhere in the world using your chosen currency in your chosen language. Mobility Equipment Hire Direct Ltd has evolved from its sister company Disabled Access Holidays…
my AFK supports disabled children, young people, their parents and carers in three main ways. specialist mobility equipment not available on the NHS to disabled children and young people up to their 25th birthday, across the UK. work with schools and colleges to introduce disabled students…