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  1. Children's Centres
    Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm (Bright Start services) and 8am to 6pm for education and childcare, 48 weeks per year. Closed 16-31 August 2021. Children return 2 September
    Bright Start Islington Moreland Children's Centre is a friendly and welcoming centre based in EC1 in South Islington. The centre is part of Moreland School and has its own entrance in Gard Street.  The children's centre includes a nursery for 0 to 3 year olds, with a baby room and…
  2. Thursdays 3-4.30pm, starting Thursday 7 September
    Mother to Mother therapy group aims to provide emotional support and to empower mothers of children with mental health problems. The group is based at Islington Mind Women-Only Space in Crouch Hill and is run by a psychotherapist with experience and knowledge of working with…
  3. Children's Centres
    The nursery core day is Monday to Friday from 9.30am to 3.30pm. Extended hours are from 8am to 6pm.
    Bright Start Islington North Islington is a Nursery School and Children's Centre run by a governing body which includes parent representatives. Teacher qualified staff are supported by staff with childcare qualifications to offer a friendly and caring place for learning through play.Places are offered on a full or…
  4. Children's Centres
    Monday to Friday, 8am to 6pm. Closed 2 to 13 August 2021
    Bright Start Islington Packington Children's Centre has two nursery sites, with one in Popham Road and another off Ecclesbourne Road - both just five minutes' walk from Essex Road station. Our nursery on Popham Road has been awarded 'Outstanding' twice in the last five years and has 25 places…
  5. Tuesday and Wednesday, 1 to 6pm, Thursday, 1-3pm; term-time
    PALACE - Play and Learn and Creative Education - is a parent-led organisation for children of all ages and abilities, their carers and families, and a place where you can drop-in and meet in a friendly and stimulating environment. We offer services, activities and events…
  6. Children's Centres
    Monday to Friday from 8am to 6pm.
    Bright Start Islington Paradise Park Children's Centre offers a supportive setting where friendly, experienced, qualified staff, including qualified teachers, work with children and families. In addition it offers children under 5 and their families a range of integrated and inclusive services, including care and education places, health services,…
  7. Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm
    Free online courses for parents and carers, Solihull Our Place These free online courses for parents and carers are based on the Solihull Approach to parenting which promotes emotional health and well-being by supporting relationships. Four courses are on offer and can be completed at…
  8. Mon, Tue, Thurs, Fri 12.00-18.00, Wed 13.30-18.00 and Sat 12.00-14.00 (please note that on Tues and Thurs 15.00-6-18.00 the service is for under 18s only). Pulse sex and relationship services are also available at Lift Youth Hub on Mon and Wed 15.00-19.00 (this service is for under 21s only).
    Pulse offers a range of services to support young people including advice on sexual health and contraception. Appointment only clinics are offered Monday to Saturday for free confidential sexual health advice, all methods of contraception, condoms, emergency contraception, and pregnancy testing as well as abortion…
  9. Support is generally available from Monday to Friday between 8am and 6pm, frequency and duration depending on family choice and needs.
    Rainbow Trust Children's Charity Rainbow Trust Children’s Charity supports seriously ill children and their families in the family home and local community. Families who have a child or young person up to the age of 18 with a life threatening or terminal condition (for example cancer, some neurological conditions,…
  10. Scope Helpline is open Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm.
    Scope's helpline provides free, independent and impartial advice and support on issues that matter to disabled people and their families.Freephone: 0808 800 3333Email: helpline@scope.org.uk8am to 8pm weekdays and closed at weekends and bank holidays. Scope’s online community is a place where disabled people, parents, carers…
  11. Parents Connect is for parents or carers of disabled children. The aim of the service is to: reduce isolation build a support network with other parents provide useful information (how to approach professionals, what local/national support is available for you/your child Parents Connect will: have…
  12. 11am to 2pm
    Family Saturdays is a unique service run by Islington parents for Islington parents and their Children with SEND. Children learn, play and explore in a safe and understanding environment. Whilst staff take the children to the soft play and the sensory room, parents join a…
  13. Monday to Thursday from 9am to 5.30pm, Friday 9am to 4pm
    We act as an introductory agency, placing qualified and experienced childcare workers, carers and special needs nannies, to families with babies, children and young adults with additional needs. We also place nannies and carers with families in difficult situations such as those who have suffered…
  14. Free online courses for parents and carers These free online courses for parents and carers are based on the Solihull Approach to parenting which promotes emotional health and well-being by supporting relationships. Four courses are on offer and can be completed at your own pace…
  15. Suited & Booted provides clothing and job interview advice for vulnerable and disadvantaged men in London. Our clients include the long-term unemployed, ex offenders, those experiencing mental health problems, homeless, looked-after youth and young adults and former miltary personnel - people who are struggling and…
  16. Beat strives to improve the quality of life for people affected by eating disorders. We achieve this by being proactive in meeting needs; being successful in influencing policy and by promoting understanding.
  17. The website of an organisation working with people who have facial disfigurements, cranio-facial conditions, skin conditions, birthmarks or cleft lips. There is a Special Child Service that offers advice and support to children, teenagers and their families.
  18. CPotential is a registered disability charity that has been seeing potential in children since 1963. Based in north London, we provide integrated therapy and support for babies, children and young people who have movement disorders due to conditions such as cerebral palsy, global development delay…
  19. The website of the British Diabetic Association, which provides information and advice on teenage diabetes. The BDA runs holiday and activity programmes as well as producing videos and publications.