We would like to wish everyone we work with, and all our volunteers, staff and trustees a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Continue reading Merry Christmas and Happy New Year (and Christmas closing times)
Our office will be closed from Thursday 22 December 2016 until Tuesday 3 January 2017 inclusive for the Christmas/New Year period.
We’d like to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
Throughout the first half of February 2016, there were two high profile Twitter campaigns focusing on child mental health, and one on children in care: Continue reading New newsletter: Twitter roundup issue 1
The Mayor of Waltham Forest, Councillor Saima Mahmud, visited Carefree Kids on Tuesday 15 March 2016 to learn about the charity’s work. Continue reading Mayor visits Carefree Kids
Carefree Kids has launched a new Resources section on our website. Continue reading New Resources section on Carefree Kids website
As a parent-governor Ros Kane, founder of Carefree Kids, realised that emotional health was an issue that wasn’t really being addressed by the governing body and school.
Then, one day, sitting in the headteacher’s study the head told Ros something that shocked her, and inspired her to set up Carefree Kids. The rest is history. Continue reading Founding Carefree Kids — Ros Kane’s Brilliant Moment
Carefree Kids is a children’s charity based in Waltham Forest, London and working in Waltham Forest and neighbouring boroughs.
Since 2004 we have been providing emotional support to children, teenagers and their parents and carers.
We use non-directive therapeutic play, art therapy, dramatherapy and dance/movement therapy to help release troubling emotions that may be difficult to communicate verbally or in other ways.
- Read more about us.