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  1. Home based childcare

    What can a home based childcarer offer? Suitable for all ages You will either hire through an agency or will become their employer, responsible for salary and pensions (click here for details of employing someone as a nanny) Not typically registered, however can choose to register…
  2. Housing and homelessness

    On this page you will find some useful information on Housing and homelessness, including details of services available, related guidance pages and quick links to helpful websites.
  3. Immunisation

    The NHS provides a checklist of the vaccines that are routinely offered to everyone in the UK free of charge on the NHS and the ages at which they should ideally be given. If you're not sure whether you or your child have had all your routine vaccinations, ask your GP…
  4. In the community

    In this section you will find information about some of the key local organisations and community services in Redbridge, as well as opportunities for you to be involved in your local community and how you can make a difference! Charity shops Community centres  Cultural groups…
  5. Just for dads (parenting)

    Being a dad is a big job. You’re like a hero to your child and there’s no time off. They want you there to steady their bike, help them with homework, play football, read stories and make them laugh. The more you are there for…
  6. Legal advice

    On this page you will find some useful information on Legal advice, including details of services available, related guidance pages and quick links to helpful websites.
  7. LGBT families

    If you are seeking support and information to help you and your family there are various local and national organisations providing information, support and referral services for lesbians and gay men from all backgrounds throughout the UK.   LGBT stands for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender.
  8. Lone parents

    Being a single parent can be hard work. It can be lonely sometimes - and hard work.  As well as the day-to-day stuff there are all the things two parent families take for granted...not having a second opinion in the middle of the night when…
  9. Looked after children (children in care)

    What does “looked after children” mean? The term “Looked After” was introduced by the Children Act 1989 and refers to children and young people: under the age of 18 who live away from their parents or family are supervised by a social worker from the…
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