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  1. In the Income Team, we financially assess clients to see if they can contribute towards the services they receive. We carry out assessments for most care services, including: housework and shopping, personal care in the home, night settling, sessional workers sleepover, respite care at home,…
  2. As a carer for an Islington resident you may be eligible to purchase a carer permit. Applicants do not need to live in Islington to apply for a carer permit.We ask that you have a carer needs assessment so that any other support needs you may…
  3. We match doggy owners with local borrowers for walkies, playdays, sleepovers and happy holidays. There is an annual membership fee. Your first step is to create a pawsome profile, so that you can search for matches based on distance and availability. Once you’ve sniffed out…
  4. Advice and welfareLooking for animal care hints and tips? Take a look around at our advice and welfare pages for up-to-date guidance on caring for pets, farm animals and wildlife.Concerned about an animal?If you want to report animal cruelty (animal abuse or neglect) use our…
  5. A Recovery College brings together two sets of expertise - professional and experience - in a non-stigmatising college environment with the same systems as other educational  establishments. All of the courses provided at the college are designed to contribute towards wellbeing and recovery. People who…
  6. StreetLink is a phone and web based service available to the public to enable them to alert Local Authorities about rough sleepers in their area. It is the first step someone can take to ensure rough sleepers are connected to local services and support available…