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- This is the website of the Fostering Network, a charity for all those involved in fostering.
- Website managed by Women's Aid for children and young people about domestic violence and where to turn for help.
- Website with links to information and publications about homelessness.
- The website of HACSG is a registered charity which helps ADHD/Hyperactive children and their families and is a leading proponent of a dietary approach to the problem of hyperactivity.
- Information, help, advice, support and resources to parents, teachers, health professionals, police officers, e-safety officers and HR professionals.
- Support, advocacy and accommodaton for trafficked women; that is women who have been brought into England or Wales to be exploited in some way.
- The Prince's Trust offers practical solutions to change young lives and helps them overcome barriers and get their lives working.
- Website giving information about the national organisation for thoses affected by psoriasis.
- National website of the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority.
- We are a project that provides free advocacy to help parents appeal against their child’s permanent exclusion. We specialise in disability discrimination and cases where the child has special educational needs. Those children with disabilities and special educational needs are at a much higher risk…
- Psychodynamic relationship therapy, providing support to get relationships back on track. Also provides support for families where parents are in dispute.
- Internet safety information website.
- Advice and support website for people who have experienced abuse
- Tired Out is Family Fund’s new sleep support hub which aims to help parents and carers of disabled children to sleep better. It pulls sleep information and resources together in one place. This includes information about support available to families in their local area, useful…
- Offering support to those affected by tuberous sclerosis and their families and carers.
- Website with information on grant giving organisations.
- UCAS Progress, formerly known as Choice, is the online course guide which provides 14-19 year olds with information about the courses available to them in schools and colleges across London including City and Islington College and the Islington Consortium.
- Website supporting children and adults with learning disabilities.
- Website of the national organisation providing free learning resources to assist with education for the under fives.