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How to use attributes when creating a listing

Attributes help site users search for a product or service. You can choose the attributes to associate with yours. Please choose the ones that represent the main purposes and users of your service. This will mean if a user makes a search using attributes, they will get relevant results. We will remove attributes which have been selected which are unhelpful
Please do not choose too many attributes for one service. An age range, one or two condition groups and one or two other purposes should be the most that you need. If you wish to show you can help with a range of needs, it may be better to add new services. Users report that they don't like getting soo many results when many are irrelevant.


Which part of Haringey is your service in? We ask this so our Locality teams can identify local services. Pleas do not select if you are located outside Haringey. Do not select all three localities.

  • West: Alexandra Park, Crouch End, Highgate, Hornsey, Muswell Hill, Stroud Green. N4, N6, N8 (part), N10, N22 (part).
  • Central: Harringay, West Green, Wood Green. N8 (part), N15 (Part), N22 (part).
  • East: Tottenham. N15 (part), N17.


Which of these groups describes the main users of your service, if applicable?

We assume that most providers work with people with a wide range of needs. If your services are focusssed on specific client groups, please select one or two attributes in this group to show which groups your services are particularly suitable for.

  • Autism
  • Dementia
  • Learning disabilities
  • Mental health
  • Physical disability and frailty
  • Problems with drugs or alcohol
  • Sensory impairment – Blindness or deafness

Daytime services

  • Community and social groups
  • Day centres - Day opportunities where you provide a venue where people can come and receive support which taking part in activities.
  • Lunch clubs
  • Support groups

Things to do

  • Arts and crafts
  • Book clubs and special interest groups.
  • Drama, music and dance – Opportunities to participate.
  • Entertainment and leisure – Shows to see and other leisure activities.
  • Fitness, exercise and sport
  • Outdoor activities – Including walking and gardening.


  • Hospice and palliative care
  • Supported holidays
  • Supported living – If you have a supported living property, not including support in people’s homes.

Age What age groups are most users of your service?

  • 0-15 – Including support for parents with children in this age group.
  • 16-25
  • 26-64
  • 65+

Caring for someone

  • Out of school care Groups and activities for school age children which do not require a parent to be present.
  • Respite – Accommodation where someone can go to give their carer respite, or services that go into people’s homes which are specifically provided to give respite for carers.


You provide equipment

  • Bathing aids
  • Bedroom aids
  • Grab rails
  • Household aids
  • Kitchen adaptations
  • Mobility
  • Sensory aids
  • Telecare
  • Toileting aids

Help at home

  • Hourly Home care Including, domestic and personal care. The cost will be by the hour.
  • Full time home care, including domestic and personal care. The cost will be by the day or week, with the understanding that the carer will be exclusively available for a full working day.
  • Meals which are delivered to people at home. Not including home carers who can provide meals along with other tasks.

Home adaptation, maintenance and repairs

  • Gardening
  • Household

Personal support

  • Accessible transport - You provide or arrange vehicles which are accessible. People can request transport from you to different destinations.
  • Befriending. You have a service to match volunteers with people for befriending.
  • Employing Personal assistants- Recruitment, insurance and payroll services.
  • Personal support – Services which can support people with activities or dealing with organising their lives.

Schools, Education and training

  • Adult education
  • Further education colleges
  • Schools
  • Tutors

Support and advice

  • Advocacy services
  • Brokerage and care management services
  • Counselling and emotional support
  • Dealing with abuse
  • Equipping your home
  • Financial advice
  • Health Support, incluiding advice and inforamation for people with a specific medical condition.
  • Housing advice
  • Legal advice
  • Mobility advice
  • Other Advice and Information
  • Relationships and sex
  • Support for carers
  • Support for parents

Working and volunteering

  • Employment opportunities. Specifically for people who face barriers to employment.
  • Pre-employment services. Include support with applying for jobs and interviews, and training which is focussed on preparing for employment.
  • Volunteering.