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Video Interactive Guidance (VIG)
Video recordings of positive interactions (e.g. between parents and children, or groups of children) are used to encourage the subject to experience how relationships should appear. Looking at what works well can help children understand each other and build stronger relationships. Schools can access this service through the…
A childminder based in Wimbledon, Vimaleswary says 'I offer a flexible service within a stimulating, safe, friendly and caring environment for children of all ages. I provide educational activities, social outings plus indoor and outdoor games in the local park.'
vInspired (young volunteers)
vInspired provide young people with opportunities to gain new experiences and skills for life by taking action on causes they care about.
Virtual School for Looked After Children and Care Leavers
The Virtual School works to support the education of Looked After Children and Care Leavers and to support their carers. It takes the organisational structure of a school, but the school does not exist in real terms, or as a building: children remain at the school…
Visual Impairment Services (LBM)
Social Services for Adults are here to help people over the age of 18 with a visual impairment. We can provide or arrange services services to help people to live in their own homes and to remain part of the community and this includes services…
Voice Collective is a London-wide project that supports children and young people who hear voices, see visions or have other unusual sensory experiences. They also offer support for parents/families and other supporters. Research shows that 1 in 5 young people under the age of 13…
Volunteering opportunities (Merton Connected)
Merton Connected works to support, enable and champion the voluntary, community and faith sectors in Merton. There are hundreds of opportunities to volunteer in Merton - visit the website and click on the topic that interests you.
Vue Cinema is a cinema chain with over 90 locations in the Uk. For children and young people with SEND, Vue Cinemas offer autism friendly screenings are screened at 10am on the last Sunday of every month. See the web link below for more information.
Walk and Talk on Common
Starting 7 January 2019. Everyone welcome and it’s free. This is a gentle walk with buggies and babies for an hour or so, with an optional coffee at the tea-rooms afterwards. Meet Paulina at Wimbledon Common Windmill Tea Rooms, SW19 5NQ from 10.00am to 12:00noon.Check…
Walk4life - group walks in Merton
Free walks at various locations within the London Borough of Merton lasting around 50 minutes to an hour within the safety of a group with a trained leader. See website for details of routes and meeting arrangements.