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.

 


49 Records in Caring for someone filtered by Client group "carers".

  • Families Anonymous

    Postal address: Doddington and Rollo Community Association, Charlotte Despard Avenue, London, SW11 5HD

    Telephone: 0845 1200 660

    Description: Families Anonymous is a self-help fellowship for families and friends of those with drug or related behaviour problems.

  • Forum of Mobility Centres

    The Forum of Mobility Centres, c/o Providence Chapel, Warehorne, Ashford, Kent, TN26 2JX

    Telephone: 0800 559 3636

    Description: The Forum of Mobility Centres is a network of independent organisations that support people who have difficulty driving or accessing a car or motor vehicle.

  • Headway SW London - family support group

    Telephone: 07722 861 642

    Description: This brain injury family support group meets on the first Wednesday of every month and is for any carer, family member or friend of a person affected by an acquired brain injury.

  • Holiday Homes Trust

    The Holiday Homes Trust, Gilwell Park, Chingford, London, E4 7QW

    Telephone: 020 8433 7290 or 020 8433 7291

    Description: The Holiday Homes Trust is a national charity that is dedicated to providing self-catering caravan accommodation to people who are disadvantaged i.

  • Lasting Power of Attorney and Deputies

    Description: A lasting power of attorney is a legal document that lets you appoint someone (or more than one person), known as attorneys, to make decisions for you or help you make decisions.

  • Lesbian, Gay and Transgender Advice and Support - The Alzheimer's Society

    43-44 Crutched Friars London, EC3N 2AE

    Telephone: 0300 222 1122 (dementia helpline)

    Description: The Alzheimer's Society has a National Dementia Helpline which offers support to all people with dementia and their carers including members of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Community.

  • Looking After Me

    Telephone: 020 8812 6750

    Description: This is a course for carers that focuses on making time to look after your own health needs.

  • Matter - the online community for young adult carers

    Description: Matter is a new online community set up by the Carers Trust charity for young adult carers to connect, share stories, and exchange trusted support.

  • Mental Health Carers Support Group

    Katherine Low Settlement, 108 Battersea High Street, London, SW11 3HP

    Telephone: 020 7223 2845

    Description: This group meets on the third Thursday of every month to provide mutual support and advice to people caring for family members with mental health problems.

  • MS Society

    MS National Centre (MSNC), 372 Edgware Road, London, NW2 6ND

    Telephone: 0808 800 8000 (helpline) or 020 8438 0700 (office)

    Description: The MS Society is a charity dedicated to supporting everyone whose life is touched by multiple sclerosis.