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The Advocacy Project - Advocafe

The Advocacy Project facilitates self advocacy and consultation groups so people with learning disabilities can develop the skills that they need to self advocate and promotes their inclusion in the development of services through their participation in the Learning Disability Partnership Board. Advocafe is a…

Swiss Cottage Library, 88Avenue RoadLondonNW3 3HA

020 8969 3000
Suitable for children and young people with SEND
Suitable for an individual with hearing impairment
Suitable for an individual with vision impairment

Circle of Security Parenting Group in Marylebone

26th September - 21st November (no group 24th Oct)
Most parents have all asked questions like: Why would they behave like that? What am I supposed to do now?  Why is this so hard? Circle of Security Parenting Groups are designed to give parents ‘a map’ for understanding bewildering behaviour and responding to their…

York StreetMaryleboneLondonLondonW1H 1PQ

020 7258 5045
Qualified first-aider on site
Toilet suitable for wheelchair users
Baby changing facilities
Wheelchair accessibile venue

Kidscape's ZAP workshops for 9-16s who experience bullying

A FREE, one-day workshop for 9-16 year olds who are experiencing bullying It is fun, interactive and will help children respond to bullying in positive ways It will raise their confidence and self-esteem and teach them how to be assertive ZAP includes a separate workshop…

LondonSW1W 9AL

020 7730 3300
Service/Activity is free

Our Time (formerly KidsTime)

A workshop based project, offering support to children and young people whose parents are suffering/affected by parental mental health. Kidstime is for all the family-parents, carers, children and young people from 4-18 years. The workshops: Help children and young adults make sense of what has…
Service/Activity is free