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One Trust

Maximising Potential

One Trust is an independent charity based in South West London. We offer fun, engaging and personalised day services for adults with learning disabilities. We provide flexible and responsive support 52 weeks a year, within welcoming and well-resourced environments.

Paul's Cancer Support Centre Monthly Social

A free monthly social for those affected by Cancer

Each month we organise a coffee morning at the Centre for our clients on the first Tuesday of the month from 11am. It's a very relaxed occasion and a chance to meet up with other people. Everyone is welcome - and particularly new people. There's no need to book so people can just turn up!

Penderels Trust

Support with Direct Payments and Personal Budgets

Penderels Trust offers advice, guidance and practical solutions to enable people with disabilities and older people to live independently in their own homes, to achieve their goals in life and to help them play an active part in their community.

Personalisation Support Services

Hestia - Empowering people, changing lives

Hestia is a registered charity providing Personalisation Support to hundreds of people across several boroughs. Personalisation is about providing you with choice and control on how you meet your support needs.

React

Rapid, effective assistance for children with potentially terminal illness

React is a dynamic charity working to improve the quality of life for children with life-limiting illnesses living in financially disadvantaged households throughout the UK. We believe that every child should have comfort, dignity, and the opportunity to participate in life as fully as possible.

Richmond Borough Mind

for better mental health

Richmond Borough Mind is rooted in the local community and exists to meet local mental health needs. Our vision is of a society where people who experience mental health issues and their carers enjoy a good quality of life within their local communities.

Ruils Direct Payments Support Service

Support to help you to set up and manage a Direct Payment

Advice and practical support for disabled people, the elderly and people with learning disabilities to set up and manage their care and support using a Direct Payment. This includes, employing and managing staff or setting up care with a care agency.

Sen Talk

Supporting children with ADHD, Autism and other social communication difficulties

Sen Talk aims to provide better outcomes for children with special educational needs and is dedicated to improving the emotional and social development of autistic children and children with ADHD by providing training for parents and professionals intervention opportunities for children.

Shenehom Housing Association

We are a care home that provides accommodation and support for people with mental health problems.

The project supports and provides accommodation for people with mental health problems who have medium to high needs. We are able to offer 13 residents support that is personalised in a way that helps to maximise their potential and well being.

Sound Minds

the arts for mental health

Sound Minds is a multi award winning user led social enterprise improving the lives of people living with mental health issues through a range of arts projects, including film, live music, music technology, instrument tuition, filmmaking and visual arts. Access by referral.

SPAN UK

Single Parents' Action Network

SPAN is a Bristol based grassroots charity with national reach. Our vision is to engage and empower one-parent families living in poverty and isolation, from different backgrounds and cultures, to improve their lives and play a greater part in society.

Special Help 4 Special Needs

Happy Children, Happy Homes

Special Help 4 Special Needs provides private individualised support and assistance for children, young adults and adults with special needs, even if not specifically diagnosed, and their families and carers. This includes issues of ongoing developmental, behavioural and sexuality difficulties.

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.

Together

for mental wellbeing

At Together, we work with the people with the greatest need and through our emphasis on Personalisation and Peer Support, our Services have been shaped by the experiences of the people who use them.

Transition Information Network

supporting disabled young people's transition to adulthood

The Transition Information Network (TIN) is an alliance of organisations and individuals who come together, to improve the experience of disabled young people's transition to adulthood. We provide information and resources about transition through our website, publications and events.

Trinity Hospice

Hospice

Trinity provides expert, compassionate end of life care, support, information and advice to patients and those close to them in our central and south west London community.

Wandsworth Care Coordination Centre

Trinity Hospice

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 Dementia Adviser Service

Alzheimers Society UK

Dementia Advisers support people through the process of getting a diagnosis of dementia. The service signposts and facilitates access to services and support to ensure people have the help and care they need.

Wandsworth Floating Support Service

Floating support for people with mental health needs

This service provides floating support to people with mental health needs in the London Borough of Wandsworth.

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

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 Wellbeing

Metropolitan

Wandsworth wellbeing is a free service that supports Wandsworth residents aged 55 and over to live independently at home. We work with the NHS, social services, carers and relatives, and other agencies to offer practical assistance so our customers can manage their health and wellbeing.