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Words for Life (National Literacy Trust)
"As a parent you can make all the difference to your child's communication skills. Helping your child learn to communicate will help them develop good relationships, do well at school and be confident and happy. You can help your child more than anyone else as…
Working Families is the UK's leading work-life balance organisation. Information is available for working parents and carers on their employment rights, Tax Credits and in-work benefits, maternity and paternity leave, flexible working options and maternity discrimination. A section is included for parents of disabled children.
Workshop 305 Arts and crafts workshops
Workshop 305 Community Interest Company provides arts and crafts workshops to adults with disabilities aged 18 and over. Workshop 305 Community Interest Company can also offer after school, evening and weekend workshops for children with disabilities.
World Heart Beat Music Academy
The World Heart Beat Music Academy offers tuition in a number of musical disciplines. They offer bursaries where possible, depending on individual circumstances. Their aim is to bring communities closer through music, offer an excellent standard in teaching and a friendly environment to be in.…
World Rugby Museum
The World Rugby Museum tells the story of rugby from around the world, following the game's history from its origins to the present day. For children and young people with SEND, the World Rugby Museum offers discount for M-Card holders with free entry for carers simply select…
WWT London Wetland Centre
The London Wetland Centre is a wetland reserve in the Barnes area of the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames. The centre occupies more than 100 acres (40 hectares) of land and can explore the area and advnture playground. For children and young people with SEND,…
YMCA Hostel @ Wimbledon
YMCA is the largest provider of housing for the homeless in South West London and last year helped and housed over 500 people, many as young as 16 years old. As well as providing accommodation, they run a number of extra programmes, activities and courses…
YMCA Inclusive Lives
The YMCA Inclusive Lives Project is an exciting project across Kingston, Richmond and Merton that aims to: Increase supportive art, dance and exercise activities for all ability and mobility levels Provide support, education and employment opportunities for disabled people and those with a mental illness…
Works in many diverse areas: gym and group exercise, night shelter, hostel, social activities and "inclusive lives".
If you’re aged 16 to 23 years you can apply to become an inspector of the services we offer young people. Upon successful completion of the training, you become a paid young inspector. Training in youth work, facilitation, peer education and much more is available…