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Richmond and Kingston Accessible Transport- RaKAT

Providing group transport provision for community and voluntary organisations

The aim of the organisation is to provide group transport provision for other community and voluntary organisation in the boroughs of Kingston and Richmond.

60 Plus Cafe

A Cafe for Older People - 60 Plus

We run a drop-in cafe every Thursday between 11.00am and 2.00pm for people over 60 years old. We provide freshly prepared food and a warm friendly environment; we may also be able to help with transport for those with mobility problems. Carers are very welcome.

Accessible Transport

Transport for London

London has a wide range of accessible transport options so that everyone can get around. These include on board facilities, discounted fares and a range of free guides and resources to help you plan and make your journeys.

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.

Arthritis Care Group

Social Evenings

Wandsworth Arthritis Care Social Evenings offer people with Arthritis a Monthly Social Evening. Members enjoy a variety of social activities and an anual day trip! Transport is provided.

Asian Community Centre

Day Centres & Community Groups

Wandsworth Asian Community Centre offers day care services and a range of community groups and activities which aim to cater for the Asian community. The centre is run by Wandsworth Bengali Welfare Association.

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.

Burntwood Social Education Centre

Day activities for people with learning disabilities

We provide a range of activities for people with learning dificulties every weekday from 8.30 - 4.45.

Caremark

The mark of excellent care

Caremark (Wandsworth) is a provider of high quality affordable personal/social care at home, such as help with getting up, personal hygiene, meal preparation, housework, shopping, companionship, overnight and live-in care.

Contact the Elderly

A Lifeline of Friendship

We organise monthly Sunday afternoon tea parties for people aged 75 and over, who live alone with little or no support from friends, family or statutory services. The afternoons are full of fun and laughter and make a real difference to the lives of our older guests.

DisabledGo

Disabled access information in Wandsworth

DisabledGo is the UK's leading provider of online access guides for a huge range of places of interest. Working in partnership with Wandsworth Borough Council, we provide information on the accessibility of shops, restaurants, leisure facilities, council offices & other buildings across the borough.

Door-to-Door Transport Services

Transport for London

London has a range of local and door-to-door transport services for those who have difficulty travelling or accessing public transport. These include the Dial-a-Ride door-to-door service, Taxicard which offers discounted taxi or minicab travel.

FiSH Neighbourhood Care- Barnes, Mortlake and East Sheen ONLY

Voluntary neighbourhood help for the residents of Barnes, Mortlake and East Sheen.

FiSH combats loneliness and social isolation in older and vulnerable people living in Barnes, Mortlake and East Sheen, enabling them to live independent and dignified lives. We connect the community through a volunteer network offering friendship, support and practical help.

Friends of Projects by the Blind (Wandsworth)

Raising funds for projects by blind people in Wandsworth.

We are a registered charity, committed to raising funds to supply transport and any other requirements for projects by blind or visually impaired people.

Glory of God Ministries

Christian ministry - Refugee Centre - Community Outreach

As a Church of Christ Jesus, we believe in helping the needy, as written in the Bible. So we take this as our daily duty wherever we are. A broad range of support is provided by the Church. We offer both spiritual aid and physical aid.

HAIL

Living. Learning. Working. Loving

HAIL supports people with a learning disability, mental health, autism and other vulnerable people to lead their own lives.

Ham & Petersham SOS

Neighbourhood care group

Ham and Petersham SOS is a neighbourhood care group for elderly and disabled residents of Ham and Petersham. We provide transport, weekly activities, monthly outings and practical help.

Hampton & Hampton Hill Voluntary Care

We aim in providing help and support to those in need.

Hampton & Hampton Hill Voluntary Care was inaugurated by local people in 1974 to be a good neighbour to residents of the area suffering social isolation through infirmity, mobility problems or any other reason.

Home Instead Senior Care

Caring for the elderly in their own homes

Home Instead Senior Care provides high quality day-to-day care for older people in their own homes and care homes. We also provide a range of specialist services which includes Alzheimer's and dementia care, convalescence and respite care for families who need a break from caring duties.

Katherine Low Settlement

Serving the community since 1924

Katherine Low Settlement is a multi-purpose charity that has been serving the communities of Battersea and Wandsworth since 1924 - we celebrated our 90th birthday last year! We are dedicated to building stronger communities so that we can enable people to challenge and find ways out of poverty.

Kingston Centre for Independent Living

Ensuring that all disabled people across Kingston live as independently as they choose.

Our mission is to provide information, advice and support to all disabled people living in the Royal Borough of Kingston and the surrounding areas and to empower them to have a voice, take control of their lives, and be treated equally.

Older People's Activities

Katherine Low Settlement

Katherine Low Settlement provide a range of projects and activities throughout the week, open to any older person aged 60 or over.

Sheen Lane Day Centre

For older people with high care needs

Sheen Lane Day Centre is a Centre of Excellence for individuals aged 60 plus with a physical disability/frailty, and/or sensory loss or impairment. Sheen Lane offers a person-centred approach to all service users who attend.

South West London Humanists

British Humanist Association

A group for the Humanist Community, we hold regular Meetings, Coffee Mornings and Book Groups to discuss varied topics and socialise. We also offer Tailor Made non-religious services (weddings, funerals & baby naming) with two trained and accredited celebrants in the Borough.

St Paul's Cottage Surgery

Wimbledon

At St Paul's Cottage Surgery we aim to provide you and your family with excellent primary health care. We have a team of dedicated GPs, nurses, managers and receptionists who see your health as their priority.