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Parent Champions, DCR and WAND and WAND+ cards

Wandsworth's DCR, WAND and WAND+ card Parent Champion volunteers are parents or carers of a child or young person on the Disabled Children’s Register (DCR) who help to raise awareness of the benefits of joining the register.  Parent Champions, having been through their own ups and downs, understand some of the challenges faced by other families and want to help make a difference for others.

As existing members of the Disabled Children’s Register, DCR Parent Champions can:

  • tell parents, carers, professionals and young people about the DCR,  WAND and WAND+ cards,
  • assist parents carers and young people to complete the application form,
  • explain the benefits of registering,
  • signpost to other local services like THRIVE Online, Contact and Wandsworth Information Advice and Support Service.

DCR Parent Champions are also trained and supported by the DCR, WAND and WAND+ Team to

  • approach local businesses to explain how offering support, assistance and recognition to WAND and WAND+ card holders makes business sense,
  • encourage interested businesses to join as WAND makers.

See and hear more about the Parent Champions on our Wiki website.

 Two short films about the Parent Champions.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Lucia Daniels or Eleanor Thain
Telephone
E-mail
eleanor.thain@richmondandwandsworth.gov.uk
Parent Organisation
DCR, WAND and WAND+ Team

Where to go

Name
DCR/WAND and WAND+ Team
Address
4th Floor, Town Hall Extension
Wandsworth High Street
London
Postcode
SW18 2PU
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Local Offer

Description

What is Wandsworth’s Local Offer ?

If you are interested in becoming a DCR Parent Champion, we recruit our Parent Champions from DCR members.  To find out more about the scheme, which is supported by  Coram Family and Childcare please contact us, the DCR, WAND and WAND+ Team.

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Local Offer Age Bands
Transitions to Adulthood (16+)
Secondary (11-16 years)
Primary (4-10 years)
Early Years (0-4 years)

Last updated: 04 Dec 2018

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