Thrive uses gardening to bring about positive changes in the lives of people living with disabilities or ill health, or who are isolated, disadvantaged or vulnerable. This therapy is known as social and therapeutic horticulture – the process of working with plants to improve physical and psychological health, and communication and thinking skills. It is also uses the garden as a safe and secure environment in which to develop an individual’s ability to socialise, make friends, and gain practical skills that make them more independent and self-reliant.
Corali is a committed group of people made up of performers with learning disabilities and artist collaborators and educationalists who do not. Corali exists to explore the unique creativity and expression of people with learning disabilities by putting on original performance works and by offering on-going professional development, education and training opportunities.
We provide daycentre services to elderly, disabled clients (Chinese, Vietnamese and South Asian background) in South London.
JEWISH CARE is the largest health and social care organisation serving the Jewish community in London and the South East. We run over 70 centres and services, caring for more than 7,000 people and their families every week.
The relief of poverty, sickness and distress of members of the community particularly those of Cypriot, Kurdish or Turkish decent who are residents in the London by providing such persons with free and confidential advice, assistance, representation, counselling, translating and interpreting services in matter of asylum, immigration, money, debts, welfare benefits, housing, health, education, training and employment.
Services for Turkish Cypriot and Turkish people in Southwark. Social and cultural activities for young and old and for those with disabilities.
Action on Hearing Loss is the new name for RNID. We’re working for a world where hearing loss doesn’t limit or label people, where tinnitus is silenced and where people value and look after their hearing.
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.
SRC is designed to provide specialist support for those with complex needs, whilst offering more choices to help less disabled service users and older people live as active citizens in their community.
Appa provides specialist services to support Deaf or disabled individuals to create independent, successful lives at work, in education or at home. We’re market leaders in our field: we offer expert insight and cost-effective, practical solutions. Our unique approach is delivered by experienced, approachable staff.