Support for Adults with Dyslexia
Aspire2inspire Dyslexia is a charitable support group based in Wandsworth, bringing awareness of Dyslexia within the community. We support dyslexic adults who want to return to education, apprenticeships, self-employment and we also offer employability skills.
Association of Disabled Professionals
Employment advice, information and peer support
The ADP was formed in 1971 to provide a forum for disabled people to share both their problems and their experiences of successful personal development and valued work, as well as to help create conditions for other disabled people to realise their full potential.
Youth Business Enterprise
Business LaunchPad provides a full and completely FREE business start up programme for young entrepreneurs. If you have a business idea and want us to help you make it happen, or if you simply want to find out more about running your own company, get in touch.
Carney's Community Ltd
engaging disadvantaged young people
Carney's Community aims to reduce offending, re-offending and anti-social behaviour, whilst improving social mobility and community cohesion. We achieve this by engaging a range of young people, in positive and constructive activities, whilst offering intensive, one to one mentoring.
Careers Development Group
Careers Development Group (CDG) is a leading welfare to work charity with 30 years experience of helping people find and stay in work. Referrals to us can only come from Jobcentre Plus so if you are receiving benefit then please speak with your advisor at the Jobcentre.
Personalised support in social care
For people with learning disabilities or mental health needs and for their carers and families we can offer: round the clock support to independent living in the community; training and mentoring to build skills and confidence and support in finding fulfilling and reasonably paid employment.
Childcare & Business Consultancy Services (CBCS)
formerly Wandsworth Primary Play Association (WPPA)
Established in 1963, we have over 40 years experience of working with childcare settings in and around the Wandsworth area. We have a wealth of local knowledge and experience of providing advice and support to childcare settings on all aspects of operating a successful and thriving business.
Specialist careers guidance for 13- 19 year olds.
Connexions is a service for young people aged 13-19 (up to 25 years old if you have a learning difficulty, disability or special need). Personal Advisors provide specialist careers guidance and can give the practical support that young people need to make positive decisions and choices in life.
Specialist careers advice for young people 13 - 19
Connexions is a service for young people aged 13-19 (up to 25 years old if they have a learning difficulty, disability or special need). Personal Advisors provide specialist careers guidance and can give practical support that young people need to make positive decisions and choices in life.
Taking Action . Changing Lives.
Dyslexia Action is a national charity that takes action to change the lives of people with dyslexia and literacy difficulties. We aim to remove the barriers facing those with dyslexia and other specific learning difficulties by providing help and support.
Visually Impaired Artists
Extant is Britain's only professional performing arts company of visually impaired people! Formed in 1997 by a group of professional visually impaired artists extant is a dynamic space, intended to redress our invisibility as artists and explore new creative territories.
Hestia Domestic Violence Service
Empowering people, changing lives
Hestia gives practical support with finding permament housing and accessing financial support, healthcare and education. We help with the difficult emotions that surviving domestic violence can cause and support individual mothers to rebuild their self-confidence and improve their skills as a parent
Home-Start UK is the UK's leading family support organisation. Volunteers provide home-visiting support to local families who are struggling for a variety of reasons such as multiple births, post natal depression, disability or illness and social isolation. To qualify for help, families must have one child under five years old and live in the borough of Wandsworth. Families can either self refer by getting in touch with Home-Start direct and referrals are accepted from agencies such as health