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  1. Healthwatch Merton is a local independent consumer champion for children, young people and adults on health and social care. Healthwatch Merton works to help local people get the best out of their local health and social care services, whether it's improving them today or helping shape them…
    Vestry HallLondon RoadMitchamCR4 3UD
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  2. 2.30pm to 4.30pm
    The Hyperactive Children's Support Group is a registered charity which has been successfully helping ADHD/Hyperactive children and their families for over 30 years. The HACSG is Britain's leading proponent of a dietary approach to the problem of hyperactivity. The group provides workshops for parents and…
    71 Whyke LaneChichesterWest SussexPO19 7PD
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  3. The Incredible Years Baby Programme is for parents and carers and their babies. It gives parents information about how babies grow and develop and how they can support their baby in the early months of their life, including communicating with baby, safety and where to…
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  4. By appointment only
    Ivy Gardens Children's Centre in Pollards Hill, South Mitcham, offers services for parents and carers from pregnancy through to the end of their child's reception year at school. Please be aware that buggies / prams / strollers may not be brought into the children’s centre(s). We provide buggy parks…
    Ivy GardensMitchamCR4 1BR
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  5. Living made easy is Europe's largest trusted online comparison site for daily living equipment (sometimes known as disability equipment or assistive technology). It is used predominately by disabled adults and children, older people, their families and carers who are looking for equipment to make everyday…
    380-384Harrow RoadLondonW9 2HU
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  6. Whether you are a teenager who has been diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), or you are the parent/carer or teacher of someone who has the condition, we understand that you face lots of challenges and have many questions and concerns.
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  7. 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. 
    Fred Bulmer CentreWall StreetHerefordHR4 9HP
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