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.

 


93 Records in Caring for someone.

  • Disability discrimination and your rights

    Description: As a disabled person, you have rights to protect you from discrimination.

  • Disabled Motoring UK (formerly Mobilise)

    National Headquarters, Ashwellthorpe, Norwich, NR16 1EX

    Telephone: 01508 489 449

    Description: Disabled Motoring UK is a charity for disabled drivers, passengers and Blue Badge holders.

  • Elderly Accommodation Counsel (EAC)

    3rd Floor, Camelford House, 89 Albert Embankment, London, SE1 7TP

    Telephone: 0800 377 7070 (FirstStop advice line)

    Description: The EAC is a national charity that aims to help older people make informed choices about their housing and care needs.

  • 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.

  • Family Information Service

    Telephone: 020 8871 7899

    Description: The Family Information Service provides free information and guidance on health, childcare, education, family support and activities for children and young people aged 0-19 years (up to 25 where the young person has special needs or disabilities) in Wandsworth.

  • Fares to hospital for NHS treatment reimbursed - St George's

    Blackshaw Road, Tooting, London, SW17 0QT

    Telephone: St George's Hospital Cashier: 020 8725 1632

    Description: If you are on a low income or certain benefits or allowances you might be entitled to reclaim your transport costs to and from the hospital under the Healthcare Travel Cost Scheme.

  • 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.

  • Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital - Patient transport

    Telephone: 020 7188 2888

    Description: Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital have a patient transport service for people who need it and qualify after being assessed by the hospital's transport team.

  • Haringey Association for Independent Living (HAIL)

    Putney Library, 5/7 Disraeli Road, Putney, London,, SW15 2DR

    Telephone: 07525 260 879 or 07525 260 943 you can text and the service will call you back

    Description: HAIL is a learning disability association which provides a range of services in Wandsworth.

  • 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.