Support and Mentoring
Beyond Barriers offer a mentoring support service for adult carers and former carers from “hard to reach communities", including; Black and Ethnic Minority, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender people, Refugee and Asylum seekers and people with Mental Health issues.
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.
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.
The Care & Wellbeing Company
ECL are a trusted provider working with local authorities and health partners to deliver services aimed at well-being, prevention and maximizing independence. We specialize in delivering flexible and responsive support within the home and within local communities across a range of services.
Do Good, Get Fit
GoodGym helps you get fit by doing good. We’re a group of runners that combines regular exercise with helping our communities. You can run in a pack, do one off missions to help vulnerable people or commit to visit an isolated older person every week. We run all over London every week.
Home Adaptations to Help Manage Dementia
Household Quotes - Online Guide
People with dementia often prefer to stay in their own homes, where things are familiar, for as long as they can. As dementia progresses, simple tasks can become difficult. This article suggests some adaptations can help someone with dementia manage everyday tasks and stay in their own home longer.
Home Improvement Agency
The Home Improvement Agency (HIA) service gives support to local residents to help them remain independent in their own home. They can provide advice and information about repairs, improvements or adaption works, instructing and supervising builders and providing information on funding options.
from disabilities to possibilities
MERU designs and makes life-changing disability products for children and young people. Some children have disabilities so complex that no available equipment meets their needs.We use our design and engineering skills to custom-make disability equipment for children to exactly meet their needs.
Housing our Future
SpaceMax is a team of local architects, carpenters and practical people who act as a volunteer 'Handymen-and-women' service for tenants of council housing in London. The aim of the project is for the families to work together with local experts to Maximize the SPACE in their homes.
The Royal British Legion Information and Advice Service
Shoulder to shoulder with all who Serve
We give practical help, advice & support to ex-service personnel, their families & carers around housing, independent living, physical & mental wellbeing, employment and finance. We run a drop-in at the Mercy Foundation Centre, 64 Falcon Road, SW11 2LR, on the 3rd Thursday morning of each month.
Wandsworth Care Coordination Centre
The Wandsworth Care Coordination Centre - one point of contact for all your needs. The aim of the Centre is to ensure people with a progressive, life limiting illness can access the services and support they need from one place so they can be cared for in their own home or care home.
Wandsworth Housing Adaptation and Repairs Forum
The Wandsworth Housing Adaptation and Repairs Forum (WHARF) looks to support the more vulnerable (eg older, disabled, low income) Wandsworth residents remain safe, secure and warm in their homes. WHARF provides support through a caseworker and signposting service.