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your support, your way

i-decide is a social enterprise that provides personalised, community-inclusive support solutions for individuals with a support need.

Kith & Kids

supporting disability - focusing on abilities

Kith & Kids provides activities, opportunities, information and support for people with a learning disability or autism, their parents and siblings. We help the whole family to overcome social isolation and live more fulfilled lives.

Library Services for Blind & Partially Sighted Children

Monday - Friday: 9am - 5pm

All Wandsworth's libraries provide large print books and talking books for children. These can be borrowed as standard, absolutely free. Children with a visual disability are exempt from paying any library charge.

Listening Books

Postal and internet based audio book service.

We are a UK charity providing a fantastic selection of high-quality audiobooks to some 36,000 people across the UK who find it difficult or impossible to read due to illness or disability. Members can choose from a huge selection of titles to download, stream or receive through the post.


Support for Visually Impaired Children and their Families

LOOK (National Federation of Families with Visually Impaired Children) provides help, support and services for visually impaired children and their parents or carers.

Macular Support Group

Thomas Pocklington Resource Centre

A Macular Disease self-help group meets every three months at the Centre to share information (such as latest medical developments) and advice. The meetings take place on Monday between 11.00 am and 1.00 pm. There is also information on macular disease available in CD format at the Centre

Middlesex Association for the Blind

Support for people with a visual impairment to help them to lead full, active and independent life.

We offer a range of services to help blind, partially sighted or deaf-blind people. These include our Rapid Response Service, Home Visiting Service,our Employment Service, Braille and I.T. Training, Resource Centres and information help desks in local hospital eye clinics.

National Deaf Children's Society

ndcs - every deaf child

The National Deaf Children's Society (NDCS) is the leading charity dedicated to creating a world without barriers for deaf children and young people.

National Federation of the Blind

for blind and partially sighted people

The National Federation of the Blind of the United Kingdom (NFBUK) is an independent, non-political, self help campaigning pressure group and registered charity. It was founded in 1947 by blind and partially sighted people and today it is still run by us.


National Cochlear Implant Users Association

The NCIUA is the sole national association in the UK that represents all Cochlear Implant users. We offer help to everyone who might benefit from a cochlear implant and campaign for them to have the opportunity to do so. We also represent the ongoing interests of cochlear implant users.

Oak Lodge School

Your child - Their future - Our priority

Oak lodge is an outstanding residential and day school for students with hearing, speech, language and communication needs aged 10 -19


Royal London Society for Blind People

RLSB exists to help blind and partially sighted young people live life without limits. With a history spanning 175 years, RLSB has become an expert in helping blind and partially sighted people achieve their goals in life.


Supporting people with sight loss

RNIB are here for everyone affected by sight loss. Whether you're losing your sight or you're blind or partially sighted, our practical and emotional support can help you face the future with confidence.

RP Fighting Blindness

Support for people with Retinitis Pigmentosa (RP)

Retinitis pigmentosa (RP) is a disease of the eye that leads to loss of vision and blindness. RP Fighting Blindness works hard to stimulate and fund cutting edge research to find a treatment or cure and to provide support and information to those affected.


SignHealth provides supported housing and outreach services in Wandsworth for deaf people with enduring mental health issues.

SignHealth Care Homes

London, Longley Road

SignHealth Care Homes offer supported living to Deaf people with long term mental health issues and complex needs. Tenants are helped to improve their self-esteem and to learn the skills they will need to become independent again.

Sound Learning

Library of Audio Books

We support the National Curriculum from Key Stage 2 to A-Level, providing set texts and study guides on audio.


Making theatre and culture accessible to deaf, deafened and hard of hearing people.

Stagetext is a charity which provides captioning and live subtitling services to theatres and other arts venues to make their activities accessible to people who are deaf, deafened or hard of hearing.

Stand Up Stand Out

Raising awareness and understanding about albinism

SUSO aims to raise awareness for families and professionals who are living, caring or working with a child/young person with albinism and visual impairment. We need to protect them as well as setting them up for a life of productivity by supporting their educational and medical needs from the start.

Tai Chi

Tai Chi sessions for those with a visual impairment

Thomas Pocklington Trust offer two 45 minute tai chi sessions for those with a visual impairment at their resource centre in Balham, Thursdays from 3 - 4.45pm. The class can be done chair based or standing.

The Makaton Charity

for those with difficulty communicating

Makaton is a language programme using signs and symbols to help those who struggle with meaningful or effective communication, to communicate. We offer training & support for Makaton users, their parents, carers & care professionals.

Thomas Pocklington Resource Centre

Services for blind and partilally sighted adults

The Pocklington Resource Centre in Balham offers a variety of services, activities, information and advice to visually impaired adults living in Wandsworth.

Transition Information Network

supporting disabled young people's transition to adulthood

The Transition Information Network (TIN) is an alliance of organisations and individuals who come together, to improve the experience of disabled young people's transition to adulthood. We provide information and resources about transition through our website, publications and events.

UK Keratoconus Self Help and Support Association

Information and support for people with Keratoconus

The UK Keratoconus Self Help and Support Association is a membership organisation working to raise awareness of Keratoconus and provide information and support for people with Keratoconus in The UK.

VI Archery

Archery for blind and partially sighted people.

VI (Visually Impaired) Archery is offered at the Aspire Centre by Metro, a sports and social club for blind and partially sighted people. Meetings take place on the second Sunday of every month, 12 noon to 2pm.

Vision Independence

RLSB Social & Peer Group

Our Social and peer groups are a great way of Vision Impaired young people aged 18-25 years to explore London, make new friends and share unforgettable experiences whilst developing a range of life skills. The group will also provide an opportunity for members to gain a Leadership qualification.

VISOR – Visually Impaired Society of Richmond

An independent charity for blind & visually impaired people in and around Richmond

VISOR is an independent charity run by volunteers, many of whom are themselves visually impaired. We offer support, advice and social activities to blind & V.I people across and around Richmond Borough.

Vocal Eyes

Describing the arts

Vocal Eyes - nationwide audio description charity, providing access to the arts for blind and partially sighted people.

Wandsworth Vision Support Service

Promoting visual access in education

Wandsworth Vision Support Service provides flexible, comprehensive support to all children and young people from birth to 19 years with visual impairment with and without additional needs in the boroughs of Wandsworth and Kensington and Chelsea.

Wimbledon Racquets & Fitness Club

Squash & Badminton Club

Wimbledon Racquets & Fitness Club is a friendly members club offering squash, badminton and a fully equipped gym. Sessions are available for both adults and juniors at all levels of ability in a friendly and fun environment.

Young Calibre

Audio Library

Young Calibre Audio Library provides a subscription-free postal and streaming service of audio books for children and young adults who are unable to read print because of sight loss, dyslexia or physical disability. You do not have to be registered blind to use Calibre.