LADPP is a London organisation devoted to serving disabled people whose first language is Spanish or Portuguese. Their mission is to improve the quality of life and independence of disabled Spanish and Portuguese speaking people living in London - as well as that of their carers, families and communities.
Lifelong Family Links was established in 1982 by a group of parents and professionals to offer support to children with disabilities and their families in the Lambeth area. We are constantly developing our range of services, and therefore employ a growing number of staff consisting of professional full-time staff and a team of committed volunteers.
Link Age Southwark provide friendly volunteer support and befriending to older people across Southwark. They aim to combat isolation and loneliness and bring cheer to people's lives, improving their health and wellbeing. They also have specialist services for people with mild to moderate dementia.
We believe that getting older shouldn’t mean losing your independence. At London Care we provide quality care for our elderly senior service users which enables them to continue living fulfilling lives in the homes that they know and love.
The London Irish Centre (LIC) is the heart of the Irish community in London. The LIC is both a Registered Charity and an Irish community centre in Camden Square, London NW1. For sixty years, The LIC has been both supporting Irish people in London and promoting Irish arts and culture. Our welfare service is the largest for Irish people outside of Ireland.
A community-based group that provides recreational activities for people aged 55 and over, who are suffering from Dementia, Alzheimer's, anxiety or depression.
Macmillan's South East London Buddies provide one-to-one practical and emotional support for people affected by cancer. They are trained volunteers who can offer a listening ear or a helping hand to support you. Volunteers can visit people in their homes or meet in a public place within the South East London area.
We are a group of survivors/users of psychiatry and manage this site ourselves. There is no management or input as to the content of the site by non-survivors/users.
A service providing benefit checks, information and advice and befriending for older residents aged 75 plus, and younger housebound residents aged 55 upwards who live in North Southwark.
Opening Doors London is the biggest charity providing information and support services specifically for older Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans* people in the UK. They are a membership organization providing regular social opportunities across the capital to help develop networks and communities for LGBT* people, aged over 50.
A time bank is a new and exciting way for people to come together to help others and help themselves at the same time. Paxton Green Time Bank can include groups and organisations as well as individuals. We have over 20 flexible and unique partnerships with like-minded organisations, based on a spirit of reciprocity.
Peckham Befrienders are a Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) befriending service for people with mental health problems. The service is available to people who are currently using SLaM services.
Resources for Autism provide practical services for children and adults with an autistic spectrum condition and for their families and carers. All staff and volunteers are autism trained and services are designed to be welcoming and accepting of users whatever their level of need and support. We are constantly developing new projects and are always happy to hear from anyone who would like a tailored provision from us.
We help first and second generation Scots who may be struggling with London life. We run assisted housing communities for the elderly and those with disabilities, offer financial help to students and those re-training for new careers, help for low income families and a host of other support functions for the Scottish community.
The Silver Line is the confidential, free helpline for older people across the UK open every day and night of the year.
SDA is an organisation of people with seen and unseen disabilities which supports disabled people to live independently and achieve their full potential. SDA exists to ensure that disabled people have access to society as a whole and are socially included, having the right to be full and active members of the communities we live in through choice and self determination.
The Southwark Irish Pensioners Project (SIPP) provides a lifeline to hundreds of elderly, vulnerable and isolated Irish people in Southwark. Their services are also available to non-Irish pensioners who live locally. They offer a drop-in day service, information and advice, and a community support service.
Community centre offering a variety of activities including a Friday drop-in for anyone living locally. Groups for carers, toddlers, also dance and crafts groups.
Our vision is a world where people with HIV live healthy lives free from prejudice and discrimination, and good sexual health is a right and reality for all. Terrence Higgins Trust is a British charity that campaigns on various issues related to AIDS and HIV.