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Down's Syndrome Association

Supporting People with Down's syndrome throughout their

We are the only organisation in the UK focusing solely on all aspects of living successfully with Down's syndrome. We provide information, advice and support for people with Down's Syndrome, their families and carers, as well as providing training and information for professionals and employers.


rediscovering communication

Dyscover is a charity providing long-term support and opportunities to people with aphasia and their families. We help our members to develop strategies for communicating, maximise abilities and provide help and support for partners, carers and other family members.

Ex-carers Support Group

Wandsworth Carers Centre

This is a group where people who have stopped caring for someone can have a cake and a cup of tea and receive support to help you get started on your own life after caring. We meet every fortnight on Wednesday afternoons 2 - 4pm.

Frontotemporal Dementia Support Group

For carers of people with Frontotemporal dementia

The Frontotemporal Dementia Support Group is particularly directed towards carers who are coping with behavioural changes in a partner, family member or friend as a result of frontotemporal dementia.

fuelbanks and families

fighting family poverty

fuelbanks and families was set up in response to the carefully researched needs of local families. We offer a unique combination of services and care that is much more than the sum of its parts.


Family & Friends Support Meeting

The Headway friends and family support meeting takes place once a month alternating between Wimbledon and Croydon. The group is open to any carer, family member or friend of a person affected by an acquired brain injury.

Hestia Dementia Carers Support Group

Age Activity Centre

DCSG is tailored to provide support for spousal carers and adult children caring for family members

Hope Support Services

Supporting young people through a family health crisis

If you're aged 11 or over and a close family member has been diagnosed with a life-threatening illness, we are here for you. Wherever you live you can access safe online support in a way that suits you.

Jasmine Cafe

Alzheimer's Society

The Jasmine Café provides information about living with dementia and other services available locally in an informal and comfortable environment. Dementia Cafés are also a place to relax, socialise and meet other people with dementia and their carers.

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.

Living Well Group

Wellbeing Programme - Royal Trinity Hospice

A programme for patients and carers to learn how to use exercise, relaxation and other techniques to better manage symptoms, thoughts and feelings.

Lymphoedema Support Network

because lymphoedema matters

The LSN is a registered charity run by people who live with lymphoedema and is the largest information provider about the condition in the UK. As well as information we provide support for sufferers via our many support groups nationwide.

Maria Cooper-Gomes

Holistic Therapist

I am an intuitive and experienced holistic therapist offering Reiki treatments and training, Indian Head Massage, Auricular (ear) Acupuncture, Theta healing and Body Spin Healing.

Marie Curie

Care and support through terminal illness

If you or someone you're close to has a terminal illness, we're here to support you. There are a range of ways we can help you, from clear, useful information about living with a terminal illness to expert nursing care in your home. Our telephone support line is available Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm


Online Community for Carers aged 16 - 25

If you're aged 16 - 25 and are caring for a family member or friend, Matter is a platform for you to share your story with others and to hear the stories of those with similar experiences to your own. Your thoughts, your world, matter.


your choice matters

At mcch, we support people with learning disabilities, autism or mental health needs across London and the South East. Our aim is to enable individuals to live as independently as possible and support them to reach their potential.

Mental Health Carers Evening Information Sessions

Wandsworth Carers Centre

These sessions are an opportunity for Carers who support someone with a mental health condition to come along and find out about various topics.


Supporting Children with Cancer & Life Limiting Conditions

Momentum is a charity which aims to help children (up to age 17) & the families of children, undergoing treatment for cancer in Surrey & Greater London. Set up by parents with first hand experience of these life-changing events, our simple goal is to help others in similar circumstances.

Momentum - Support Group

Suopporting children with Cancer & life limiting conditions

Momentum is a which aims to help children (up to the age of 17) and the families of children, undergoing treatment for cancer in Surrey and Greater London. We run a support group which any of our families are welcome to attend.

Parkinson's UK Wandsworth Branch

Change attitudes. Find a cure. Join Us

We offer information, friendship and support to local people with Parkinson's, their families and carers. We also organise regular events and social activities. Join us - and meet other people affected by Parkinson's in your area

Paul's Cancer Support Centre

Cancer support services

Paul's Cancer Support Centre provides a range of services for people affected by cancer, their family and friends. Our services can be used at any stage - from diagnosis, through treatment and afterwards. We offer support, information and complementary therapies (massage, reflexology, counselling, hypnotherapy, etc)to our clients. If you want to access our services, call the Centre on 020 7924 3924 to arrange an initial appointment. We are only 10 minutes walk from Clapham Junction station.

Positive Parent Action

Acting for disabled children in Wandsworth

We're parents and carers who have come together to champion children and young people (from birth to 25), living in Wandsworth who are affected by disability.

Relaxation Group

Wellbeing Programme - Royal Trinity Hospice

A group for patients and carers to try different techniques to relax and reduce anxiety in a peaceful and supportive environment.

Self Help Connect UK

supporting self help groups

Self Help Connect UK aims to support the creation of sustainable and thriving self help communities all over the UK. We believe hat participation in groups can considerably improve people's health and social well-being. In doing so it has a positive impact on health and social care services.

Self Help Wandsworth

A Lifetimes Project, enabling people to achieve

Self Help Wandsworth is a new programme of support for self help groups in the borough, delivered by Lifetimes, the Council of Voluntary Service in Wandsworth.

SEN Talk

Support Group for Parents & Carers

SEN Talk is a small support group working closely with parents and carers of children with additional needs, with or without a diagnosis and living in the Wandsworth Borough.

Small Steps

helping children with disabilities & their families

Small Steps is a school for parents to learn how to help their own children with cerebral palsy or other forms of motor impairment, syndromes or sensory impairment. - We work with children from birth to 4 years old, on all areas of their development. - The services we provide are free to use.

South London HIV Partnership

Services for People with HIV

The South London HIV Partnership is a group of services working together to complement the work of clinic staff and other HIV services, so you can get the best free information advice and support when you need it. We provide: - Advice and advocacy - Counselling - Health information - Peer Support

Special Needs Family Support


Special Needs Family Support offer emotional and practical support to families across London. We work intensively with families through our many services including one to one meetings, home visits, support groups, drop-ins as well as complimenting the local social services.

Stroke Carers' Group

Wandsworth Carers Centre

A place for Carers of people who have had a stroke to come together, share experiences and receive support, information and advice in an informal, friendly environment. Meets 3rd Thursday of every month, between 11am and 1pm at our Balham Centre.

Substance Misuse Carers Support

Comprehensive Support for Carers - Wandsworth Carers Centre

When someone you care about uses alcohol or drugs it can be worrying, isolating & confusing. As a family member or a friend it can help to know that you're not alone and that support is available for you. You can also play an important role in the person's recovery.

Sunflower Cafe

Alzheimer's Society

The Sunflower Café provides information about living with dementia and other services available locally in an informal and comfortable environment. Dementia Cafés are also a place to relax, socialise and meet other people with dementia and their carers.

Support Group for Carers of Adults Who Experience A Mental Illness

Wandsworth Carers Centre & Rethink - Support Group

A self-help group by Rethink Mental Illness & Wandsworth Carers' Centre, we are a welcoming friendly group open to Carer, families and friends who give practical or emotional support to someone with a Mental Illness.

Support Group for Carers of People with Dementia

Alzheimers Society UK

Alzheimer's Society provide this monthly support group for carers of people with dementia. Open to residents of Wandsworth Borough only.

The Challenging Behaviour Foundation

for people with severe learning disabilities

Making a difference to the lives of people with severe learning disabilities. We work to improve understanding of challenging behaviour, empower families with information and support, and help others to provide better services and more opportunities.

The Compassionate Friends

Supporting bereaved parents and families after a child dies

The Compassionate Friends is an organisation of bereaved parents offering support, understanding and friendship to others after the loss of a child, of any age, from any cause.

The FASD Trust

Raising Awareness of Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders

The FASD Trust offers support, information and training for those affected by Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder and the professionals seeking to support them.

The Unknown

Support Group

The Unknown Group is a unique support group for people who are in any type of relationship with someone that is experiencing undiagnosed and diagnosed mental health issues. The group offers a safe and confidential meetup on a fortnightly basis.

The Weir Link

Bringing the Community together

The Weir Link was established by residents in the Weir Road area of Lambeth in 2003. We aim to be a catalyst for change; offering a range of services for local residents including social support, childcare, education and training, and opportunities for personal growth and community development.

Tooting URC

United Reformed Church

Tooting URC is part of the South West London Group of United Reformed Churches. We are a community focused church committed to engaging with local people and community needs. The church is also, of course, a space for people to explore and deepen their spiritual life - a place to meet with God!

Transition Carers Support Group

Learning Disabilities

This group is for Carers that are or have gone through the transition period from school to adult services aged 18 and over. We meet from 11am - 12.30pm on the last Friday of the month at the Wandsworth MENCAP office in Tooting.


For Adult Children of Parents Dealing with Terminal Illness

A peer-led self help group providing a supportive space for the adult children of parents battling with unspecific or multiple terminal illnesses. We aim to provide an inclusive and welcoming, safe and supportive space to share your experience. Meetings will be held fortnightly in South West London.

Wandsworth Little Grey Cells (Early Stages Support Group)

Alzheimers Society UK

A for people diagnosed with dementia who are experiencing dementia symptoms in the early stages. Little Grey Cells Support Group provides a safe environment for people with dementia to seek peer support, express concerns & find common solutions. Open to Wandsworth residents Only. 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month

Wandsworth Sickle Cell and Thalassaemia Support Group

To Unite & Support Sufferers, Families and Carers

Wandsworth Sickle Cell and Thalassaemia Support Group (WSCTSG) is the only organisation to unite and support people with Sickle Cell and Thalassaemia, their families, carers and dependants. Support is greatly needed by everyone and especially those living with a long-term health condition.

Wandsworth Support Group for Carers (Evening)

Alzheimers Society UK

This Alzheimers group is providing monthly support group meetings for carers of people with dementia of all ages. Held on the 3rd Thursday of every month 6-7.30pm, Garrett Lane

Wandsworth Young Carers Project

Family Action

Wandsworth Young Carers Project supports children and young people aged 5-18 who are affected by the illness or disability of a family member and provide care (physical and/or emotional) to that family member.

Wellbeing Programme

Royal Trinity Hospice - Macmillan

The Wellbeing programme at Royal Trinity Hospice is open to individuals in the local area who have a progressive life-limiting illness, such as cancer, heart failure, lung disease or neurological conditions, as well as their carers and families.