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Wycombe (Hampden Way) Children's Centre

We are happy to offer advice and practical support to families regarding behaviour, sleep issues, fussy eating, parenting, speech and language and child development. We are also able to work with families in their home to support them and improve family life. Can offer advice on a range of topics including: Helping you to find and access local health services, such as doctors and dentists. Providing a healthy balanced diet, from breastfeeding to weaning and beyond. Accessing specialist services where a family member has a disability, additional need or illness. Supporting you to find specialist services that can help if you are a victim of domestic abuse. Signposting to drugs and alcohol misuse services. Activities designed to boost self-esteem and promote emotional well-being. Strategies to ensure you are giving your child appropriate levels of attention and empathy. Opportunities for you and your child to widen your social networks. Accessing funding for childcare and working out what type of setting is right for you and your child. Activities for you and your child to give you some ideas of how your child learns and develops and how you can support this at home.Putting in appropriate boundaries for your children. Parenting courses and workshops designed to help you improve behaviour and yours and your child’s relationship. Tips and support with establishing good family routines, ensuring that children have regular meal times and bedtimes and have family time. Accessing financial support, either for short term crises, long term debt issues or advice and tips on making your money go further. Helping you to ensure that your home is adequate (for example, not overcrowded, damp and lacking in white goods) for you to bring your family up in. Employment and careers advice; such as brushing up your CV, interview skills and improving your qualifications.

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Jobcentre Plus - High Wycombe

Combined jobsearch and benefits service for people of working age. Personal advisers assist with jobsearch activities and benefits claims. Access to Jobpoint terminals for information on job vacancies. Part of the Department for Work and Pensions' Jobcentre Plus network.

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Wycombe Women’s Aid Ltd

Wycombe Women’s Aid is unique in the services that are offered to women and children who are survivors of domestic abuse. We believe that it is not enough to offer a safe place to stay, therefore we work intensively with our guests in the refuge and women in the community to enable them to move on emotionally, in a safe and secure environment. See Website for more information www.wycombewomensaid.org.uk

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Adviza

Careers Information, advice and guidance for all ages

Prestwood and Missenden Children's Centre

We are happy to offer advice and practical support to families regarding behaviour, sleep issues, fussy eating, parenting, speech and language and child development. We are also able to work with families in their home to support them and improve family life. Can offer advice on a range of topics including: Helping you to find and access local health services, such as doctors and dentists. Providing a healthy balanced diet, from breastfeeding to weaning and beyond. Accessing specialist services where a family member has a disability, additional need or illness. Supporting you to find specialist services that can help if you are a victim of domestic abuse. Signposting to drugs and alcohol misuse services. Activities designed to boost self-esteem and promote emotional well-being. Strategies to ensure you are giving your child appropriate levels of attention and empathy. Opportunities for you and your child to widen your social networks. Accessing funding for childcare and working out what type of setting is right for you and your child. Activities for you and your child to give you some ideas of how your child learns and develops and how you can support this at home.Putting in appropriate boundaries for your children. Parenting courses and workshops designed to help you improve behaviour and yours and your child’s relationship. Tips and support with establishing good family routines, ensuring that children have regular meal times and bedtimes and have family time. Accessing financial support, either for short term crises, long term debt issues or advice and tips on making your money go further. Helping you to ensure that your home is adequate (for example, not overcrowded, damp and lacking in white goods) for you to bring your family up in. Employment and careers advice; such as brushing up your CV, interview skills and improving your qualifications.

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Royal British Legion - Pop In Centre - Aylesbury

Our Pop In advice and information centre is a welcoming space for Service personnel and veterans to get practical help and advice, and for members of the public to find out more about the wide range of services and community activities provided by the Legion.

Connexions High Wycombe

Guidance on careers, employment and training opportunities and information on leisure, finance, health and voluntary work for young people aged 13-19 (up to 25 for those with special needs). Guidance service for adults. Vacancy service for connexions clients.

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Chesham (Waterside) Children's Centre

We are happy to offer advice and practical support to families regarding behaviour, sleep issues, fussy eating, parenting, speech and language and child development. We are also able to work with families in their home to support them and improve family life. Can offer advice on a range of topics including: Helping you to find and access local health services, such as doctors and dentists. Providing a healthy balanced diet, from breastfeeding to weaning and beyond. Accessing specialist services where a family member has a disability, additional need or illness. Supporting you to find specialist services that can help if you are a victim of domestic abuse. Signposting to drugs and alcohol misuse services. Activities designed to boost self-esteem and promote emotional well-being. Strategies to ensure you are giving your child appropriate levels of attention and empathy. Opportunities for you and your child to widen your social networks. Accessing funding for childcare and working out what type of setting is right for you and your child. Activities for you and your child to give you some ideas of how your child learns and develops and how you can support this at home.Putting in appropriate boundaries for your children. Parenting courses and workshops designed to help you improve behaviour and yours and your child’s relationship. Tips and support with establishing good family routines, ensuring that children have regular meal times and bedtimes and have family time. Accessing financial support, either for short term crises, long term debt issues or advice and tips on making your money go further. Helping you to ensure that your home is adequate (for example, not overcrowded, damp and lacking in white goods) for you to bring your family up in. Employment and careers advice; such as brushing up your CV, interview skills and improving your qualifications.

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Buckinghamshire Family Information Service

A free and impartial information service dedicated to helping children and young people aged 0 to 19 (or up to 25 for children with a disability), parents, carers and professionals working with families. Ofsted-registered childminders and pre-schools, nurseries, before/after school clubs, and holiday childcare. Information on childcare funding and available support. Local Offer for Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND): a free, accessible hub bringing together information from health, education, social care and other services around SEND. Find Parenting courses. Local support services, Things to do and Events in Buckinghamshire. Youthspace information for young people. Professionals’ Directory to allow professionals from any organisation in Buckinghamshire who work with children and families to share their contact details with other professionals securely through this website.

South Buckinghamshire District Council - Housing Options

Assessment of entitlement to housing for people who are homeless or threatened with homelessness. Housing provided for people considered in priority need of housing. Temporary accommodation may be available while enquiries are made about eligibility. Housing advice and information for private and housing association tenants, and homeless people.

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