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Manor HouseGrassington RoadSidcupDA14 6BY
We are a registered charity whose purpose is to provide information, support and breaks for carers. We aim always to be flexible and helpful, rather than expect carers to fit in with us. Naturally, there are certain procedures we need to follow (mainly to ensure the quality of our service), but we don’t have rules for the sake of them. Because we are a charity, anyone who wishes to can apply to become a member of the organisation. Members will automatically receive an invitation to our Annual General Meeting (AGM) and a copy of our annual report. Carers’ Support…
97 Cantwell RoadLondonSE18 3LL
The Women's Network for Social Change function as a bridge builder between the families of disabled children, vulnerable families and carers, identifying the gap that may exist in the communication between services available and service users. Thus aiming to be a first point of call for the families, by gathering information about their needs and directing them straight to the relevant services.
Imago is a social action charity working across Kent, Medway, East Sussex and London. We deliver a range of services and projects; supporting independence, reducing social isolation and creating opportunities, for some of the most vulnerable in our communities. In addition we help voluntary and community sector organisations operate more effectively by offering a range of information, advice, resources, training and support. We deliver a range of services designed to support and empower some of the most vulnerable groups across Kent, Medway, East Sussex…
Dementia Dialogue provides bespoke dementia training tailored to you and/or your organisation's needs, or we can deliver our prepared training programmes and workshops. Training programmes include: One day introductory Dementia Awareness Two day advanced Dementia Awareness Dementia Awareness made accessible Advocacy and Reminiscence Effective communication and living well Lifestory work with family carers of people with dementia 'The wellbeing of a person with…
The Royal Borough of Greenwich has streamlined its interpreting and translation service. The Royal Greenwich Interpreting Service (RGIS) now provides the whole range of services, including access to British Sign Language interpreters and advice on how to access Language Line. We can currently provide interpretation and translation services for over 100 different languages. This list is growing as we monitor the changing needs of the borough's diverse population. Our pool of registered translators and interpreters are professionally qualified and are…
The Forum At GreenwichTrafalgar RoadLondonSE10 9EQ
On the first Thursday afternoon of each month, the Forum holds a dementia drop in group. Do you or someone you know suffer from Dementia/Alzheimers? The Forum at Greenwich holds a free drop in group for people with this illness. Please contact 020 8853 5212 for more information.
76Hornfair RoadCharltonLondonSE7 7BD
SHINE is a new service that brings people together in beautiful surroundings to learn participate and enjoy. Our service picks you up from home and brings you to a warm and friendly place. Here you will meet kindred spirits, enjoy a hot nutritious meal and get involved with an activity of your choice before being taken home again. You can come as many days as you like too, because we'd be delighted to see you.
Dementia Carers runs two free meetings each month in Charlton and Eltham: The Charlton Group is for both the carer and the cared for, offering a singing together and social opportunity. The group is led by an experienced musician in singing familiar songs. Sign-posting and information about local services for carers is available. Held every 2nd Monday of the month at the The Stables, Hornfair Road, Charlton, 11:45am to 1:15pm. The Eltham meeting is a support group, where dementia carers can come together,…
Unit 7Woolwich common enterprise centre, peace streetWoolwichLondonSE18 4HX
Greenwich Mencap is a charity providing various activities for both service users and carers. The carers activities consist of coffee mornings, exercise classes and monthly trips out. Mondays: Don't tone alone 10.30-12 Mondays: Coffee morning 10.30 -12 Monthly carers trips (normally last Saturday of the Month)
16 Maudsley RoadElthamLondonSE9 1LJ
Handicapped Activities and Leisure Organisation, commonly known as H.A.L.O., is a voluntary organisation based in Middle Park Avenue, Eltham. The club was started over 29 years ago, originally with only a few members, based in people's homes, with the aim to give the member's parents / carers, a break. The club started to grow as the word spread, so we then hired Middle Park Community Centre hall. We now cater for up to 50 members, some who have been there from the beginning. Their ages range between 8 and 55 years. We have both physically and mentally disabled members. We have…