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 Key words "activities and socialising".
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.
Trinity at Home Volunteer Service
Trinity Hospice, 30 Clapham Common North Side, London, SW4 0RN
Telephone: 020 7787 1000 (Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm)
Description: This service offers additional support at home from a team of specialist volunteers to those with life-limiting illnesses and their family in the local community.
Wandsworth Carers' Centre
181 Wandsworth High Street, London, SW18 4JE
Telephone: Phone: 020 8877 1200, Fax: 020 8877 3936
Description: Wandsworth Carers' Centre provides free and confidential information, advice, support and more to carers living in Wandsworth or supporting someone who lives in Wandsworth.
Wandsworth Young Carers' Project
Wandsworth Young Carers, c/o Lifetimes, 100 Wandsworth High Street, SW18 4LA
Telephone: 020 7228 2566 or 0208 874 0730
Description: 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.