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  1. Therapies

    From: Noah's Ark Children's Hospice

    Our Play Specialist, Vikki Kempster, can provide support for your child if he or she is undergoing a stressful procedure or is worrying about their condition. If your child has sensory impairment, Vikki can also provide advice on ways of playing that...

  2. Job Centre Plus

    From: Broadwaters Children's Centre

    Advice on benefits and employment for parents. Length of programme/support Fridays, 9.30am-4pm  Parents or Carers of children within age range 0-4 years Professionals/Parents and carers. Contact the centre for more details

  3. Haringey Migrant Support Centre

    From: Haringey Migrant Support Centre

    At the Haringey Migrant Support Centre we provide: Advice on immigration, housing and welfare issues Health advice and help in accessing NHS services Advocacy services and practical support The Centre is open for triage only every Monday (except bank...

  4. Telephone counselling

    From: Institute of Wellbeing

    Counselling over the telephone is an ideal alternative for those who are unable to attend traditional Face to Face Counselling sessions. Why Choose This Method? It can be one-to-one or a 3-way conference. Ideal for disabled clients. Geographical location...

  5. Childcare guides by Coram Family and Childcare

    From: Coram Family and Childcare

    Our guides can help you find, choose and afford childcare near you. Where to find information about local childcare Here are some of the places where you can find out about the childcare services available in your local area. Read more   Five steps to...

  6. A&E Work

    From: Redthread

    Our Youth Violence Intervention Programme runs in London’s four Major Trauma Centre hospitals. There, our innovative service aims to reduce serious youth violence across the capital, and has revolutionised the support available to young victims of violence.

  7. Buddy Up Family Project

    From: Wheely Tots

    Do you have a child under 4 years old? Are you looking for local family friendly activities? Come and meet other local families at fun activity sessions You don't need to bring anything, just your children Thursday, 9:45-10:30am & 10:30-11:15am For more...

  8. My BabyManual

    From: My BabyManual

    My BabyManual is an online source of reliable advice on conception, fertility, pregnancy, childbirth, and early years childcare. Much of the material available is written by medical and childcare professionals with articles and blogs written by real-life...

  9. Self Defence.

    From: The Community Hub

    every Friday 11am - 12pm ever Wednesday 5:30 - 6:30   learn self protection technique and feel safer on streets. It's designed for all levels of fitness. a karate balck belt will help you build up confidence.

  10. Independent Domestic Violence Advocacy (IDVA)

    From: The Nia Project

    nia an IDVA services in Haringey which supports women who have been identified as being at high risk of serious harm, including homicide, through domestic violence. IDVA   IDVAs are independent from all agencies to ensure the best possible support and...

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