Support
  1. Disability Rights

    Offering information and support to all disabled people especially in further education and the workplace. Disability Rights are “disabled people leading change, working to create a society where everyone with...
  2. Mental Health Activity Trust

    For support for parents and carers with mental health issues. The Mental Health Activity Trust is a charity based in Greenwich which helps people with mental health problems back into...
  3. Greenwich Carers Centre

    Greenwich Carers Centre provides a ‘One Stop Shop’ service to all carers living within the Borough of Greenwich, or who care for someone living in the Borough of Greenwich. The...
  4. Headscape

    A new mental health resource online for young people. HeadScape is a brand new self-help website for young people created by Oxleas NHS Trust. It has been created to meet...
  5. Blue Badge applications support

    Contact-A-Family provides very useful advice on applying for a Blue Badge. Visit www.cafamily.org.uk for help with this. The Blue Badge scheme allows some parking concessions for disabled people. You are...
  6. Kidscape: support in situations of bullying

    The people Kidscape helps are from every age group: children and young people from 6 to 19, concerned parents and grandparents, teachers and carers. And they come from every background...

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    Lisa

    July 2, 2014

    Is there a group for parents with kids with a mild intellectual disability/GDD?

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      Joanne Delap

      July 4, 2014

      Hi Lisa, we are not aware of any specific groups. It may be worth contacting Mencap or the Greenwich Toy Library, see above for contact details.

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    Caroline Wilson

    October 29, 2014

    Hi, I’m looking for some help if anyone knows of any. Over the last year my husband and I have had a number of medical problems. I am now fully recovered and have to go to work. My husband still has problems breathing.

    The problem is we have a 10 year old special needs child who had moderate learning difficulties and is at 5 years behind his peers developmentally My employer has been very supportive but my leave is coming to an end so we need help with getting to and from school, mainly from school as I can take to school.. We have tried lots of places and it feels like I am being both pushed from pillar to post and going round in ever decreasing circles so does anyone know of any organisation that can help.

    Many thanks for any help advice or suggestions you are able to give

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