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    Core Arts is a leading mental health creative education centre. Their mission is to support and promote recovery, social inclusion and mental wellbeing through the arts and enhance service user experience. They promote positive mental health and wellbeing through a college-like environment of creative learning.…
  2. Crossroads Women's Centre is a disability-accessible multi-racial community resource. Home to 16 groups who provide self-help advice and information about a range of issues including escaping sexual and racial violence, opposing discrimination of all kinds, accessing benefits, housing and legal advice, etc.  Activities include research,…
  3. Daryel Care offers home care services throughout Greater London to both adults and children. We offer a range of home care services which include: Care for the elderly Care for children with specialist or complex needs such as physical or learning disabilities Adults with learning disability…
  4. Open Monday to Thursday from 9am until 5pm, and Friday 9am until 4:30am.
    Deafblind UK is a national charity supporting people with sight and hearing loss to live the lives they want. We help people to live with deafblindness by making connections, building their confidence and independence. Living with combined sight and hearing loss can be frightening. Our…
  5. Debtors Anonymous (DA) is a twelve-step programme for anyone who wants to stop incurring unsecured debt. DA encourages careful record keeping and monitoring of finances – including purchases, income, and debt payments – so that you get a clearer picture of your spending habits. This information is used to develop healthier spending practices, supporting you in keeping…
  6. Depression UK is a small national self-help charity run by a team of 15 or more member volunteers that promotes mutual support between those troubled by depression.  We provide  - A Pen-Friend Scheme enabling members to write to fellow 'Helper-Sufferers' in order to share their…
  7. Monday-Friday 10am-3pm
    Disability Action in Islington (DAII) supports disabled people and parents/carers of disabled children living, working or studying in Islington. We provide a volunteer advice service across a range of social welfare issues including welfare benefits, housing and community care. We can apply for charitable funds where relevant…
  8. Term-time only; Saturday, 10-11 (5 to 11 year olds); 11am to 1pm (11+ and adults; older children from the first session are welcome to stay on for the second session at no extra cost).
    Join our multi-sports club for children and young people with disabilities aged 5 to adults. Our weekly club sessions are an opportunity to: have fun and make friends; enjoy and experience Paralympic and multi-sports including football, Boccia, sitting volleyball, dance, golf, and many more; get active with professional…
  9. If you need extra employment support because of a disability or health condition, your local Jobcentre can put you in touch with a Disability Employment Adviser (DEA). DEAs can also work with people in employment who may need support to keep their jobs.  DEAs should…