107 Results for - Care and support
Action for Children
Making Life Better for Children and Young People
Action for Children is one of the largest children's charities in the UK, we lead in providing services and campaigning for children, young people and their families. Our main 4 areas of work are: family support, children in care, disabled children and vulnerable or excluded young people.
Age UK - Information, Advice and Support Service
Independent information, advice and support for older people
Age UK Wandsworth provide a free independent information, advice and support service to people aged 60-plus living in Wandsworth and their carers/relatives. They can help with: Money and benefits, housing, fuel bills, health and disability, help at home, care homes, social activities and transport.
Age UK Wandsworth
Services for people aged 60 plus living in Wandsworth
Our mission is to promote the well-being of all older people and to help make life a fulfilling and enjoyable experience. Our services are open to all older people aged over 60 and their carers through our offices in central Wandsworth. Age UK Wandsworth recognises the positive contribution older people make to society.
Age UK Wandsworth Shopping Service
Shopping service - deliveries to you door.
This is a service for people aged 60-plus and live in the Wandsworth borough who are unable to do their own shopping or may have difficulty in doing so. They make arrangements with you over the phone to order your groceries from your chosen supermarket and arrange a home delivery to suit you.
South West London Office
Alzheimer's Society is a membership organisation, which works to improve the quality of life of people affected by dementia in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Many of our 20,000 members have personal experience of dementia and it is their experiences that help to inform our work.
Autism Black UK
Support group for Parents/Carers in the BME Community
Autism Black UK is a support group for parents and carers in the BME community. The aim is to raise awareness and give mutual support by holding coffee mornings, events and discussions.
Back Up Trust
Transforming Lives after Spinal Cord Injury
We help you get your life back and achieve your goals after spinal cord injury - whether these are about family, work, lifestyle, social life, travel, or simply to feel positive about the future. Our services include mentoring, wheelchair skills training & activity courses as well as support in getting back to work or school.
Be a Friend Service - Age UK
Provides home visiting volunteers to isolated older people
This service matches volunteers with older people who live alone and would benefit from a regular visitor for friendship and support. We also make regular telephone calls to keep people connected who are not being visited.
Big White Wall - www.bigwhitewall.com
Digital Mental Health Service
Free online support for Wandsworth residents going through a tough time or struggling with mental health issues. Big White Wall is available to all Wandsworth residents aged over 16. The service provides 24/7 anonymous peer support, guided support courses and online therapy.
Bipolar UK - Link Mentoring
Telephone based peer mentoring
Bipolar UK is the national charity dedicated to supporting individuals with the much misunderstood and devastating condition of bipolar, their families and carers. Link Mentoring provides one-to-one mentoring for individuals with bipolar, as well as family members & carers all over London.
Support for Blind and Visually Impaired People in London
BlindAid has over 175 years of experience of delivering emotional and practical support to visually impaired people living in London. Our core service is Home Visiting; we also provide: Community Projects - Telephone support - Radio loans - Welfare rights - Grants. All of our services are free.
Carers Emergency Support Scheme
Cardholder Scheme for Carers over 65
- Do you worry about what would happen to the person you care for, if something was to happen to you? The Emergency Card is designed to alert people, in the event of an emergency, that you are a Carer and that someone depends on you.
Carers of Young Adults with Learning Disabilities
Support Group - Wandsworth Carers Centre
Support group for people who care for younger adults with Learning Disabilities, aged 15-25. We offer an opportunity to meet other carers, to find out about services and discuss ways of coping with transition from school to adult services. - 2nd Tuesday of alternate months, 11am-1pm.
Carers Support Merton
Supporting Unpaid Carers
We are a charity set up in 1992 for the sole purpose of providing FREE and independent information, advice, support, advocacy and respite to the many carers in the London Borough of Merton. We provide a range of regular events and activities for carers, as well as training and support.
Personalised support in social care
For people with learning disabilities or mental health needs and for their carers and families we can offer: round the clock support to independent living in the community; training and mentoring to build skills and confidence and support in finding fulfilling and reasonably paid employment.
Supporting Elderly People and their Pets
The only specialist national charity for people in their last years and their much loved, much needed companion animals. Cinammon has a network of 15,000 volunteers who work with owners to provide vital loving care for their pets. We help keep pet and owner together as long as possible.
Community Adult Health Service
St George's University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
We provide accessible services with the aim to prevent admissions to hospital and facilitate and support safe discharge home. We also support the management of patients with long term conditions or on-going health needs and patients who need support to regain and/or maintain their independence.
Contact a Family
For Families with disabled children
Contact a Family exists to support the families of disabled children whatever their condition or disability. Our vision is that families with disabled children are empowered to live the lives they want and achieve their full potential for themselves, for the communities they live in and for society.