- Support and job opportunities for people with disabilities: is working for yourself an option?
- Advice for young mums under 16
- What training courses for adults are available in Enfield, Barnet and Haringey?
- How to deal with anti-social behaviour in housing?
- Getting back to employment: can volunteering help you?
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Monthly Archives: July 2010
Who qualifies for help with childcare costs? Help with childcare costs is normally designed for working people who need to pay for a nursery/private nanny/foster-carer/child minder/after-school club to look after their child during their work hours. The financial support provided … Continue reading
What financial support is available for Adult Learners? Adults often tend to think of learning as an activity reserved strictly to youngsters. However, especially in the present economic environment, it is more essential than ever that one commits to upgrading, … Continue reading
Introduction to Community Care Grant, Budgeting Loans and Warm Front Scheme Previous issues of this newsletter have introduced some key forms of financial support provided by the welfare benefits system for people on low income (find Issue 2 of Community … Continue reading
The housing rights of successful asylum seekers This article is a continuation of the article “What new legal rights and entitlements does a positive decision on your asylum application give you”, published in Issue 2 of Community Advice E-Newsletter (May … Continue reading
Action for Social Integration is a registered charity organisation which aims to relieve poverty and advance the social and cultural integration of minority communities from all ethnic backgrounds. We provide FREE educational advice, GCSE tuition, guidance and information to young … Continue reading