Caring for someone

All services for carers

You are viewing all of the services and organisations in the caring for someone category. You might not think of yourself as a carer - you may see yourself as family, as a friend or a neighbour. But if you're helping to look after someone unpaid, because they are frail, ill, have a disability or another problem then you're a carer.

There are different ways you can be supported to help you cope with caring. You might need to take a break and take some time out to look after yourself. You may be able to get some benefits if you are a carer. There are support groups as well, and different ways to meet other carers, in person or online. If you're not sure where to start or what help is available, you could get in touch with Wandsworth Carer's Centre or adult social services.

 


14 Records in Caring for someone filtered by Client group "physical disability".

  • The Disability Law Service

    The Foundry, 17 Oval Way, London , SE11 5RR

    Telephone: 020 7791 9800 (advice line), 020 7791 9801 (textphone/minicom)

    Description: The Disability Law Service is a national registered charity that provides confidential and independent legal advice for disabled adults, their families and carers.

  • Tooting Neighbourhood Centre

    28 Glenburnie Road, Tooting, London, SW17 7PY

    Telephone: 020 8767 1619

    Description: Tooting Neighbourhood Centre offers services and support for the local community, such as home care, respite for carers, a mental health club, and other help for older and disabled people.

  • Transport for London (TfL) - older and disabled travellers

    Telephone: 0343 222 1234 (TfL customer services)

    Description: Transport for London (TfL) provides information for older and disabled people about transport, travel and accessibility features on local transport services.

  • Transport for London (TfL) - Travel Mentoring Service

    Telephone: 020 3054 4361

    Description: The Travel Mentoring Service offers support to disabled Londoners who want to broaden their horizons and make use of the many mainstream accessible public transport options now available.