Services in family support and social care (33)

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  1. 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. Course available include antinatal, postnatal, children and young people, for teenagers,and for adults,…
  2. 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…
  3. Dependant on need, age and availability. Various sessions throughout the year including both in and out of term time. Please contact for details,
    Centre 404 offers a range of activities and learning experiences for young people and adults with learning disabilities as well as their brothers and sisters. We also provide play schemes during Easter and Summer school holidays. We are a short breaks provider. There is a…
  4. Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm
    The Family Based Short Breaks Team offers a regular overnight or weekend breaks in another family home to children or young people with disabilities.  Eligible children and young people will have been assessed as needing this service through a social work assessment  by the Disabled Children's Social…
  5. The phone line is open Monday to Friday, 9am to 4pm; outside these hours you can leave a message or send an email to fis@islington.gov.uk
    Islington FIS Logo Looking for childcare? Want to find free and fun activities for your child? Do you need information and advice about where to turn for family support? Are you looking to start childminding or work in a nursery? Contact Islington's friendly team of family information service…
  6. After school club: Tuesday to Thursdays 3.30-5.30pm; Saturday clubs 10.15am-3.15pm; Holiday play schemes 10.15am-3.15pm for children aged between 6 and 15. New after school club on Fridays for ages 13 and 19 during term time 3.30- 5.30pm. We also run a Youth Club on Wednesday 6.30-8.30pm and Sunday 10.15am -3.15pm, for young people aged 16 to 25 during term time only.
    Hayward Adventure Playground is especially for children with Special Needs and their siblings. This playground provides the space and freedom for disabled children and young people to experience child-led free play and be themselves. Here children are able to play adventurously, creatively and imaginatively in…
  7. Formerly National Children's Home, Action for Children provides a wide range of services for vulnerable children, young people and their families. Projects include adoption, fostering and children in care services, targeted services for young people including supported accommodation, family support services including children's centres, parenting support…
  8. Monday 10:30 - 12:30, Tuesday and Wednesday, 1 to 6pm, Thursday, 1-3pm; term-time
    Palace for All logo 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…